A small plastic card issued by a bank, building society, etc., allowing the holder to purchase goods or services on credit.
A credit card is a card that allows you to borrow money in small amounts at local merchants. You use the card to make your basic transactions.The credit card company then charges you interest on your purchases, though there is generally a grace period of approximately thirty days before interest is charged if you do not carry your balance over from month to month.
Credit card statements can help you track your expenses. Some cards even provide year-end summaries that really help out at tax time.
Credit cards can save you time and trouble--no searching for an ATM or keeping cash on-hand.
You can use revolving credit to save today (e.g., at a one-day sale), when available cash is a week away.
Cash advances are quick and convenient, putting cash in your hand when you need it.
• Primary cardholder between the age of 18 and 70 years
• Add-on cardholder should be over 15 years
• Resident of India or Non-Resident Indian
PAN card photocopy or Form 60
Latest payslip/Form 16/IT return copy as proof of income
Residence proof (any one of the following)
Passport , Ration Card , Electricity bill , Landline Telephone bill , Identity proof , Driving License , Aadhar card