Hdfc Bank Moneyback Card, a Cashback, Shopping Credit Card

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Benefits and Features of Hdfc Bank Moneyback Card

Joining feesNil
First Year Annual Fees Rs. 500
Renewal Fees from 2nd Year Rs. 500; waived on annual spend of Rs. 1 or more
Interest Rate/ Finance Charges per month3.40%
Brand Partner N/A
Key Features
  • Zero Lost Card liability post reporting of the loss of card
  • Option of first year reversal in case of spending of Rs 10,000 during the first 90 days of card set-up date
  • Option of renewal fee reversal
Benefits and Rewards
  • Earn 2 reward points on Rs 150 spent. Earn 6 reward points on online spends for every Rs 150 spent
  • Redeem reward points as CashBack on your MoneyBack Credit Card (100 reward points = Rs 40)
  • Earn a cashback of upto Rs. 2,500 by redeeming reward points accumulated on spends of Rs. 2.5 lakh. To earn this cashback, 50% of the spending should be on categories which carry 6 reward points
  • Save up to Rs. 6,000 every year on your fuel transactions.Fuel Surcharge Waiver is capped at Rs. 500 every billing cycle

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Cashback Card


Receive a certain percentage of the shopping value back, every time you spend on pre-specified categories on the card. You can enjoy typically a cash-back/discount of 2.5% to 5% which can even go as high as 25% on some categories such as movie tickets or others as specified.

Shopping Card


Receive attractive cash back or reward points, every time you spend a certain amount on pre-specified categories on the card.

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News - Oct 2016
27th Oct 16 Punjab National Bank reduces lending rates by 0.05 percent from November 1st, 2016
Punjab National bank has reduced their Marginal Cost Lending Rates (MCLR) by 0.05 percent. The one year MCLR has reduced to 9.25 percent. The three and five year MCLR has reduced to 9.40 percent and 9.55 percent. Similarly, the overnight and three months MCLR has reduced to 9 percent and 9.15 percent. These rates will be effective from 1st November, 2016.
27th Oct 16 Kotak Mahindra Bank net profit in second quarter rises by 43 percent, NPA reduces marginally
Kotak Mahindra Bank reported an increase in its net profit by 43 percent to Rs. 813 crore in the June to September quarter as compared to the net profit of Rs. 570 crore during the same corresponding period a year ago. The gross non performing assets are reduced to 2.49 percent in September as compared to 2.50 percent in June.
26th Oct 16 HDFC Bank net profit in second quarter rises up by 20.4 percent, asset quality remains stable
HDFC Bank reported an increase in its net profit by 20.4 percent to 3,455.3 crores for July to September quarter as compared to Rs. 2,869.5 crore in the corresponding period a year ago. The increase in profitability is to due to the increase in net interest income, other income, and operating profit. Net interest income grew by 19.6 percent to Rs.7,993 crores in July to September quarter. The asset quality remained stable but net interest margin declined sequentially.
26th Oct 16 State Bank of Mysore posts loss in second quarter, bad loans surges three times
State Bank of Mysore reported a loss of Rs. 183.5 crore in the second quarter ended on September 30 as compared to net profit of Rs. 131 crore during the July to September quarter in FY16 due to rise in the bad loans. Total income of the bank in the second quarter also declined to Rs. 1,947.63 crore from Rs. 1,969.96 crore in corresponding period a year ago.
25th Oct 16 Axis Bank Q2 net profit down by 21.3 percent, bad loans rise
Axis Bank reported a downfall in its net profit by 21.3 percent to Rs. 1,555 crore for June to September quarter due to high rise in bad loans. The number of bad loans spiked to 88.7 percent. The net profit of the bank was Rs. 1,978 crore during the corresponding period in the last fiscal year.