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DCB Bank ties up with Credit Sudhaar to offer credit card

The DCB Payless Card is a secured credit card with security of a fixed deposit, with convenience of a credit card

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Bank has tied up with Credit Sudhaar, a credit health improvement company to offer DCB Payless Card to customers. The DCB Payless Card is a secured with the security of a and the convenience of a credit card.

The card is linked to a fixed deposit and the spending limit is 90% of the fixed deposit amount. In case someone defaults on the card, then their payment will automatically be deducted from the fixed deposit.

“If someone has difficulty in getting a credit card, then DCB Payless Card is a good option for them since it is a secured card,” said Arun Ramamurthy, co-founder, Credit Sudhaar.

The card combines the benefits of earning regular returns from a regular fixed deposit with the convenience of a credit card, says Abhijit Bose – Head Retail Assets and Strategic Alliances, DCB Bank. “For people looking to build or rebuild their credit history, the card acts as a tool to improve credit bureau scores with consistent good repayment record,” he adds.

About the importance of having a good credit score and credit health, Gaurav Wadhwani, co-founder, Credit Sudhhar says, “Your credit score plays a vital role in determining your financial health. It is a measure of how diligently you make payments towards your debt. Such a score is derived by credit bureaus by analyzing your credit history.”

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