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The Contactless SBI Credit Cards, powered by Visa Contactless / Mastercard Contactless, is a fast and convenient way to pay for every day purchases. Simply tap your SBI Credit Card on a POS machine to make a contactless payment. Hence, there is no need to swipe or dip your credit card.
You can follow the below steps to make payments with your Contactless SBI Credit Card:
Yes, payments through contactless mode is allowed for maximum amount of Rs. 10,000 in a day, with max. capping of every transaction at Rs.2000. For any transaction of amount more than Rs. 2,000, you would have to dip or swipe your credit card and enter the 4-digit PIN to authenticate the transaction.
You can make payments through the contactless mode at all the merchants having NFC enabled POS machines. Just look for the contactless symbol at the POS machine to make the contactless payments. You can also use your Contactless SBI Credit Card to make payments by swiping/dipping your card & entering the 4-digit PIN at the merchants.
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Yes, for the merchants that not enabled for contactless payments, you can use transact by swiping or dipping your card & entering the 4-digit PIN.
No, contactless POS machine communicates with one card at a time. In case at the merchant outlet, the POS machine identifies more than one contactless card in your wallet or purse, you will be asked to select the card with which you would like to pay.
No, your card should be present within 4 cm of the POS machine for more than half a second and the retailer must enter the transaction amount for you to approve. Also, the POS machines can process only one transaction at a time, therefore reducing transaction errors.
There is no difference in the transaction process for ATM Cash withdrawal or for any online transaction.
Near Field Communication or NFC is a method of wirelessly transmitting data using radio waves. Tap to Pay uses NFC to wirelessly transmit payment data to payment terminals with NFC readers that have been activated for use. The payment information is transmitted in an encrypted format making the transaction completely secure.