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All the companies issuing Credit Cards have a very effective and dedicated Customer Care team who are at their toes at all times to provide you with the best customer experience. 


You can get in touch with them by calling the appropriate credit card customer care number to clarify doubts, to block your card, or to get to know more details regarding your credit card


Alternatively, if you prefer to contact the customer care cell via other means, most card issuers also have specific credit card customer care email IDs to which you may write your query in detail and have it answered. 


Irrespective of the credit card you own, it is always a good idea to get to know the official credit card customer care number and email ID and have it handy. Here’s some more information in this regard.  

List of All Bank Credit Card Customer Care Number

Queries? Concerns? Product related questions? Whatever your issues are, they have your back. 


Following are a few ways to reach out to your bank’s credit card customer service.  


Customer Care




RBL Bank

For other credit cards

Customer care number - +91 22 6232 7777

Email - cardservices@rblbank.com

For SuperCards

Customer care number - +91 22 7119 0900

Email - supercardservice@rblbank.com 


Axis Bank

  • Customer care number - 1800 419 5959 or 1860 500 5555
  • Email - PNO@axisbank.com 


SBI Card

  • Customer care number - 1860 180 1290, 1860 180 1290 or 1800 180 1290
  • Email - https://www.sbicard.com/en/webform/write-to-us.page 



  • Customer care number - 1860 120 7777 or +91 22 3366 7777

Credit Card Customer Care Social Media Handles

Another popular and easy way to contact your bank’s help centres is via their social media handles. The social media handles for some of the top banks are mentioned below:





RBL Bank





Axis Bank




State Bank of India








HDFC Bank*




YES Bank*




Bank of Baroda*




Kotak Mahindra Bank*




*Disclaimer: The bank is not a Bajaj Markets’ partner.

Services Offered by Credit Card Customer Care

Following is a list of services offered by credit card customer care department:


  • Toll-free contact numbers that help you to block or hotlist credit cards or get answers to general queries

  • Online live chat facility via mobile banking or netbanking

  • Contact facility via SMS

  • Customer support facility via email

  • Web support facility on the netbanking portal

  • Dedicated desks for grievance redressal

  • City-specific call centres to address queries of customers


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FAQs on Credit Card Customer Care

If your credit card is stolen or lost, you must call your credit card issuer first and block the card. Then, you must register an FIR with the police. Next, you must check your credit card statement and review your credit report and dispute errors with credit bureaus (if any). At last, you must apply for a replacement credit card.

In case you need any assistance with your credit card, you can contact the credit card-issuing company’s customer care number. Following is a list of some of the top banks in India along with their customer care contact numbers:

  • Bajaj Finserv RBL Bank SuperCard: +91 22 7119 0900

  • RBL Credit Card: +91 22 6232 7777

  • Axis Bank Credit Card: 1800 419 5959 or 1860 500 5555

  • SBI Credit Card: 1860 180 1290 or 1860 500 1290 or 1800 180 1290

  • Citi Credit Card: 1860 210 2484 (local) or +91 22 4955 2484 (international)

  • HDFC Credit Card: 1800 202 6161 or 1860 267 6161 or +91 22 6160 6160

  • YES Bank Credit Card:  1800 103 1212 (local) or +91 22 4935 0000 (international)

  • ICICI Credit Card: 1860 120 7777 or +91 22 3366 7777 (domestic customers who are travelling overseas)

  • American Express Credit Card: 1800 419 2122

If your query is unsolved in spite of calling the bank’s credit card helpline number, you can escalate the issue by writing an email and sending it to the customer support email ID of the bank. Alternatively, you can also escalate the issue as per the bank’s escalation matrix. If your query hasn’t been solved even after 30 days from the date of raising it, you can file a complaint with the banking ombudsman appointed for your jurisdiction. 


You can escalate your grievance as per the bank’s escalation matrix if it hasn’t been solved by the credit card customer care. If your grievance still remains unsolved even after 30 days from the date of raising it, you can file a complaint with the banking ombudsman appointed for your jurisdiction. 

A credit card toll-free number is a number that you can call to have queries and grievances addressed with respect to a credit card that you own. Calling a toll-free number is free, which basically means that you will not be charged by your mobile service provider. 

You can call a credit card customer care number from a mobile phone or a landline. 


The availability of a credit card helpline number varies from one bank to another. While some may be available 24/7, others have fixed timings.

If you call a toll-free credit card customer care number, you will not be charged by your mobile service provider. However, if you call any other number other than a toll-free number, you may be charged by your provider. 

Yes. Some banks allow you to place a call back request via their virtual banking assistant, where the customer service executive will call you and address your queries or grievances. Depending on the card issuing bank, you may even be able to directly chat with a customer service executive via the virtual banking assistant’s chat window.

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