Hdfc Bank Moneyback Card

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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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.

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GET SMART WITH YOUR SPENDS

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 - Dec 2016
09th Dec 16 Kotak Mahindra Bank to launch Kona Kona Cashfree, a nationwide digital banking initiative
Kotak Mahindra Bank has announced the launch of a pan India digital banking initiative with Kona Kona Cashfree. The idea is to promote cash free transactions by giving incentives, educating and making people aware of various digital payment options available. The initiative is taken to complement the vision of Digital India. The bank has already launched a range of digital banking apps such as Kaypay, an UPI based application and Kotak Bharat, first of its kind multi lingual app in India that does not require internet connectivity.
09th Dec 16 PNB organizes financial literacy cum Digital Banking camp
Punjab National Bank organised an awareness camp on Digital Banking. The camp was held at the branch of village Kotli Jabowal, Arnia on Indo-Pak border. The focus of the camp was to spread awareness about the benefits of opening a saving account and using digital banking applications.
09th Dec 16 MSME ministry to consider increasing cash withdrawal limit for micro units
Ministry for Micro, small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) is planning to increase the cash withdrawal limit for MSMEs to Rs. 2 lacs per week. MSMEs in India are significantly dependent on cash transactions and hence any efforts to move them towards digitisation have to be a gradual process. The main objective of government is to boost the growth of MSMEs in digitisation but without any irregularities in cash availability.
08th Dec 16 Canara Bank cuts MCLR by 15 basis points
Canara Bank has reduced its overnight and three months marginal cost of lending rate to 8.90 and 9.05 percent from 9.05 and 9.20 percent earlier. The bank has also reduced its six months and one year lending rates by 15 basis points to 9.10 and 9.15 percent from 9.25 and 9.30 percent respectively. Revised rates are effective from 7th December, 2016.
08th Dec 16 RBI stunned market with unchanged repo rate
Reserve Bank of India announced its fifth biannual monetary policy on 7th December, 2016. In the latest policy, RBI has left the repo rate unchanged that stands at 6.25 per cent. However, banks were given a liquidity boost with RBI withdrawing the 100 percent incremental cash reserve ratio (CRR) requirement which was imposed in late November post demonetisation.
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