Credit Cards

Credit Cards

Credit Card Payment Methods

As some payment methods may require more processing time, we encourage you to pay your bills early to avoid incurring late fees. The methods marked with an asterisk are instant – just click here to find out how to use them.

 

Payment methodsProcessing time required
OCBC ATM*

 

OCBC Cash Deposit Machine*

 

OCBC Online and Mobile Banking*

 

Phone Banking*
Instant once transaction is completed.
InterBank GIRO* Automatic deduction will be made on the payment due date from the bank account indicated in your InterBank GIRO application form

 

Please ensure that there are sufficient funds in the account at least one day before the payment due date.
FAST Funds Transfer from any participating bank’s online banking platform* Almost instant once transaction is completed. 

 

Refer to the Association of Banks in Singapore’s website for a list of participating banks.
Cheque
  • Crossed and made payable to “OCBC Bank”
  • Do not post-date your cheques
Three business days after we receive the cheque.

 

You may drop the cheque into our Quick Deposit boxes at any OCBC Bank branch in Singapore or mail it to us. Please click here to download an envelope.
Cash Payment at any OCBC Bank branch Same day
AXS Station

 

AXS m-Station (mobile app)

 

AXS e-Station (web-based)
Same day if payment is made by 11:59pm. Payments made after 11:59pm will be processed the next calendar day.

 

Remember to pay the bill for each card account separately.
NETS or CashCard via iNets Kiosks Same day if payment is made before 5pm. Payments made after 5pm will be processed the next calendar day.

 

You should pay the bill for each card account separately.
Another Bank’s Internet Banking Service Up to three business days.

ATM withdrawal & card spending limit

ATM Withdrawal and visa/master card spending limit

You may change your debit/credit card daily ATM withdrawal and visa/master debit card spending limit via OCBC Internet and Mobile Banking. Alternatively, you may submit the completed form at any of our branches or you may send to “OCBC Bank, Card Operations, Robinson Road, P.O. Box 1386, S902736”.

Credit and Debit Card activation

Activate online

How to apply for EasiCredit and Card Waiver

Request via these channels

Credit Card Fees & Charges

View here.

On 1 January 2019, the interest rate for NTUC/OCBC Plus! Visa Credit Cards will be revised from 25.92% to 26.76% per annum.

Automatic Annual Fee Waiver

No card annual fee will be charged for the first 1 or 2 years, depending on the OCBC Card issued to you. After this, just meet the minimum spending for 1 year - starting from the month after your card was issued - to earn an annual fee waiver for your OCBC Card.

What counts towards the minimum amount you must spend:
Retail transactions, monthly Instalment Payment Plans and monthly PayLite instalments, so long as the amount is shown in your statement during the year.

What does not count towards the minimum amount you must spend:
Cash-On-Instalments, cash advances and bank charges and any refunded amounts.


OCBC Credit or Debit CardAnnual FeeFee waiver period (after card is issued)Minimum spending required per year for automatic annual fee waiver
OCBC Titanium Rewards Credit Card S$192.60 2 years S$10,000
OCBC Titanium Credit Card S$192.60 2 years S$10,000
OCBC 365 Credit Card S$192.60 2 years S$10,000
OCBC Cashflo Credit Card S$160.50 2 years S$10,000
OCBC Great Eastern Cashflo Credit Card S$160.50 2 years S$5,000
FRANK Credit Card S$80.00 2 years S$10,000
OCBC Robinsons Credit Card S$192.60 1 year S$3,000
OCBC Plus! Visa Credit Card S$107.00 1 year S$2,500
OCBC Plus! Visa Debit Card S$24.00 1 year S$1,200
NTUC Plus! Visa Credit Card Free (prevailing NTUC membership fee applies) N.A. N.A.
OCBC Arts Credit Card S$160.50 2 years S$10,000
OCBC BEST Denki Credit Card S$160.50 2 years S$5,000
OCBC Platinum Credit Card S$160.50 2 years S$10,000
NTUC Plus! Visa Debit Card Free (prevailing NTUC membership fee applies) N.A N.A
OCBC YES! Debit Card S$20.00 Waived perpetually for new cards approved from 1 November 2012 S$1,800 (Applicable only for customers whose cards are approved before 1 November 2012)
FRANK Debit Card Free N.A. N.A.

Automatic annual fee waiver criteria for OCBC VOYAGE, OCBC Premier VOYAGE and Bank of Singapore VOYAGE Credit Card customers are not included in the above table. For full details, please call 6438 6088 or contact your Relationship Managers.

Handling of excess credit balance

Please arrange a refund with us if any of your Credit Card/EasiCredit accounts exceeds $50,000.

Please check if the credit balance in any of your Credit Card/EasiCredit accounts exceeds $50,000*.

If so, please contact us to arrange for a refund of your excess credit balance, which can be performed either via funds transfer to a current/savings account, or via a Cashier’s Order.

Alternatively, you may use your entire excess credit balance balance.

This is so that the credit balance in your each of your accounts do not exceed $50,000* for more than 30 consecutive days.

Why refund the excess credit balance if any of my Credit Card/EasiCredit account(s) exceed(s) $50,000*?

We have recently revised our relevant Credit Cardmembers Agreements and the Terms and Conditions Governing Personal Line of Credit (collectively, the Relevant Terms) on 1 January 2017.

Therefore, we have the discretion to refund any amount of credit balance in your credit card/EasiCredit account(s)via such mode as set out in the Relevant Terms.

We thank you for your understanding, and apologise for any inconvenience caused.  

* This amount may change in future

Nothing stated above shall prejudice OCBC’s rights under the relevant terms and conditions and/or agreements governing the credit card/Easicredit accounts.

Check card balance and available credit

Internet Banking

 

  1. Upon logging into OCBC Online Banking, click “Your Accounts”
  2. From the drop-down, click “Overview”
  3. Scroll down to view “What you owe (Liabilities)”; Credit Cards.
  4. Look for “Amount Due” for the specific card type

 

Mobile Banking

 

  1. Upon logging into OCBC Mobile Banking, select “Liabilities”
  2. From the drop-down, select your specific Credit Card
  3. In the “Account Details” tab to view your Credit Card balances.

 

Phone Banking

 

  1. Dial 1800 363 3333 or (65) 363 3333 (if overseas)
  2. Select Language Preference
  3. Press *3 and enter your phone banking access code and PIN followed by #
  4. Select 1 for Balance and transaction
  5. Select 1 for Balance
  6. Select 1 for Credit Card

Note: Your credit card balance does not include any payment or transaction made today

 

SMS Banking

 

SMS in to check on your credit card latest statement outstanding balance

 

Update your mailing address

1. Insert your ATM card

2. Select "Other Services" after entering your PIN

3. Select "Other Services"

4. Select "Update Contact Particulars"

Please note that this service is only applicable to savings, current, credit card and foreign currency call accounts.

Changes will take immediate effect.

Check and redeem OCBC$

Online Banking

 

  1. Login to online banking.
  2. Under "Rewards", select "Rewards".
  3. Click "Redeem your rewards" and a new browser will open automatically.
  4. Select card type and click "next".
  5. Select the rewards category you are interested in.
  6. Select the Account / Card No. to redeem from. Your OCBC$ Rewards voucher will be sent to the corresponding mailing address of the selected account. To redeem an OCBC$ Reward that requires OCBC$ and cash, please select a credit card account as the cash component will be debited from your credit card account.
  7. Select your desired OCBC$ Reward and click "add to cart".
  8. Select the OCBC Card number you wish to use to make your redemption.
  9. Select the quantity of the reward.
  10. Select "Check Out" to confirm redemption or click ‘Continue Shopping’ to continue redeeming more OCBC$ Rewards.
  11. To redeem an OCBC$ Reward that requires OCBC$ and cash, please select a credit card account as the cash component will be debited from your credit card account.
  12. An OCBC$ Rewards voucher will be sent to you within 7 working days.

 


Phone Banking

 

  1. Call 1800 363 3333 or (65) 6363 3333 when overseas.
  2. Press 1 for English, 2 for Mandarin
  3. Press *3 and enter your phone banking access code and PIN followed by #
  4. Press 3 for Rewards, temp limit increase or PIN change
  5. Press 1 for Rewards Redemption.
  6. Enter your 16-digit Credit Card Number follow by #.
  7. Press 1 to confirm.
  8. Enter the 6-digit product code.
  9. Enter quantity of the reward.
  10. Press 1 to confirm
  11. An OCBC$ Rewards Voucher will be sent to you within 7 working days

Note: This service is applicable to principle card only.

 

SMS Banking

 

SMS in for rewards redemption

 

Check your OCBC cash rebates

OCBC 365 Credit Card

FRANK Credit Card

View credit card transactions

View them on online banking.


  1. Upon logging in to online banking, click “Your Accounts”.
  2. From the drop-down menu, click “Overview”.
  3. Scroll down to view “What you owe (Liabilities)”; Credit Cards
  4. Click on the specific card type.
  5. After clicking on the specific card type, select "Details / Transactions" from the popout tooltip.

Lost / stolen card

Please call 1800 363 3333 (24 hours) for assistance to block your card.

Retrieve past statements

  1. Upon logging in to online banking, click “Your Accounts”.
  2. From the drop-down, click “Overview”.
  3. Scroll down to view “What you owe (Liabilities)”; Credit Cards.
  4. Click on the specific card type.
  5. From the drop-down menu, click “eStatements”.

Revert to paper statements

Yes. You can give us your instructions to revert to paper statements. 

Revert via online banking:

1. Upon logging in to online banking, click "Your Accounts"

2. From the drop-down menu, click "Overview"

3. Scroll down to view "What you owe (Liabilities)", Credit Cards

4. Click on the specific card type

5. From the drop-down menu, click "eStatements"

6. Click "Manage eStatement" on the left

7. Uncheck the respective credit card account to opt out of eStatements

Activation/ deactivation of cards for overseas card usage

Please refer to the Overseas Usage Guide to find out how to activate or deactivate your card(s) for overseas cash withdrawal or overseas purchases.

Foreign Currency Transactions

All Foreign currency transactions made in US dollars will be converted into Singapore dollars at the rate determined by the respective card associations or such rates as the Bank may determine from time to time. Transactions made in foreign currency other than US dollars will first be converted to US dollars before they are converted into Singapore dollars at the rate determined by the respective card associations (Visa or MasterCard International) or such rates as the Bank may determine from time to time. The conversion rate is applied on the date of posting to the Card Account and may be different from the rate in effect on the date of transaction.
All foreign currency transactions mentioned above (including reversals and refunds) will be subject to:
(i) Conversion costs incurred by the bank at 1% ; and/or
(ii) Bank Administrative Fee of 1.8%

Singapore Dollar Transactions processed Overseas

An additional fee will be levied on all Visa and MasterCard transactions effected in Singapore dollars and processed overseas (including online transactions). This includes but is not limited to (i) any Visa or MasterCard retail transaction presented in foreign currency that you choose to pay in Singapore dollars via dynamic currency conversion and (ii) any online retail card transaction charged to your Visa and MasterCard cards on overseas websites in Singapore Dollars. The additional fee charged is 1% on all converted Singapore dollar amounts for each Visa and MasterCard transaction.

Submit required documents for credit card application

Upload document for Card Applications

Dispute on card transactions

You can raise credit card transaction dispute via OCBC Online Banking.


OCBC Internet Banking

  1. Login to OCBC Online Banking with your access code and PIN
  2. Scroll over "Customer Service" then "Cards" and select "Dispute credit card transaction"
  3. Select your card and transaction to dispute.
  4. Select 'reason' for your dispute and submit necessary information/attach supporting documents to submit your dispute.

OCBC Mobile Banking

  1. Login to OCBC Mobile Banking with your access code and PIN
  2. Tap on the menu bar on the top left of the screen
  3. Tap on "More services"
  4. Select "Card services"
  5. Select "Dispute credit card transaction"
  6. Select your card and transaction to dispute.
  7. Select 'reason' for your dispute and submit necessary information/attach supporting documents to submit your dispute.

OCBC Mobile Banking app for iPad

  1. Login to OCBC Mobile Banking with your access code and PIN
  2. Tap on the menu bar on the top left of the screen
  3. Tap on "Other services"
  4. Select "Dispute credit card transaction"
  5. Select your card and transaction to dispute.
  6. Select 'reason' for your dispute and submit necessary information/attach supporting documents to submit your dispute.

Learn more about card fraud and dispute resolution with these FAQs from ABS

  1. Credit Card Chargeback & Dispute Resolution
  2. Mobile Malware

Alternatively you may follow these steps to raise a dispute:

  1. To raise a dispute on your credit or debit card transactions, print and complete the Dispute Declaration Form
  2. Attach relevant supporting documents (if applicable)
  3. Fax, email or mail the completed Dispute Declaration Form to the Bank

Credit Card and Debit Card Maintenance

Transaction and posted date

What is the difference between transaction date and posting date?

Transaction date refers to the date when a purchase is made.

Posting date refers to the date the transaction is received by the card issuer, OCBC Bank. As merchants may make a settlement a few days after the transaction has been made, posting date may be a few days later than the transaction date. As such, the bank has no control over when merchant records the transaction.

Credit limit

Why has my credit limit gone down when I cannot see the transaction in my Internet Banking?

When you perform a transaction, the amount will be earmarked from your credit limit first.
Once the merchant records the transaction and the transaction is posted to your card, the amount will be deducted from your credit limit.

Why doesn't the total available credit limit on my statement match with the spending on my cards?

The total available credit limit on your statement takes into account the outstanding and earmarked amount on all your cards.

For example:

Card 1 Card 2 Card 3
Outstanding
amount
S$500 S$500 S$500
Earmarked
amount
S$700 - S$250
Total credit limit S$10,000
Total available
credit limit
S$7,550

It is also the total available credit limit at the point your statement was generated, so it will not include any transactions made after your statement was generated.

For a more accurate total available credit limit, you can log in to your Internet Banking/ Mobile Banking.

Due date

How do I know when my due date is? Why does my due date keep moving?

Your statement generation date is fixed each month. You can find your statement generation date on your statement.

Your due date will then be 23 calendar days from the statement date.

If the due date falls on Saturday/Sunday/Public Holiday, the payment due date will then fall on the previous working day

Transaction alerts

How do I get notified for transactions done on my card?

When a transaction exceeding a default amount set by OCBC is deducted from your credit card account, we will send you an SMS notification alert. This alert serves as a fraud prevention measure. If you have not authorised the transaction, please contact us immediately.

Visit bit.ly/2MA4K0q for FAQs and to find out how to set SMS alerts