Thursday, August 21, 2014

Now get EMI facility on Debit Card : ICICI bank

First time in Indian Banking History ICICI Bank announces the launch of EMI (Equated Monthly Installments) for its debit card customers. This will enable customers to convert their high value transactions into easy installments. With upcomming Festival season bank has taken this inative to get hold credit market/This facility allows ICICI Bank Debit Card customers who have a linked fixed deposit with their bank account to convert their high value transactions into easy installments.
Here are some of broader Features:
    No processing fee.
    Tenure option of 3, 6 ,9 and 12 months.
    Low interest rate of 13%(on reducing basis) for 3, 6, 9 and 12 month tenures.
    Currently facility available for all ICICI Bank Savings and select Current account category customers having a linked fixed deposit other than tax saver fixed deposits and PPF.
    EMI facility is applicable on all transactions above Rs.10,000 at participating stores.
    EMI conversion without the hassles of any paperwork.
    Exclusive tie up with Samsung in 9000 stores pan India (Smart phones, Tablets, Televisions, Refrigerators, Air – Conditioners, Microwave etc).
    Leverage your existing fixed deposits to convert big ticket purchases to easily manageable installments.
    Earn up to 6 PAYBACK points on transactions.
    Coming soon: EMI on Call, EMI facility at other partners across categories.
Process to avail of EMI facility:
    Customer does a transaction at participating partner stores and selects the tenure of EMI.
    Customer pays by ICICI Bank Debit Card and inputs the ATM PIN at specified terminals in the store.
    Transaction is authorized and conversion to EMI happens post successful validation of parameters.
    EMI conversion and reversal of amount in the account happens within 2 business working days after the transaction date.
    First installment will be deducted 30 days from reversal of the money in the account.
    Account statement will display the transaction with appropriate narration.

1 comment :

  1. in America it's a cash machine, automated/automatic banking machine, automatic transaction machine, or even "hole-in-the-wall." In the UK it's a cashpoint; in other areas of Europe it's the autoteller, cashline machine, ATMs open near me

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