How to pay OCBC credit card bill online via Maybank2u

Updated: January 1, 2018 / Home » Business and Invest » Banking

I have an OCBC Credit Card, but I don’t have any savings account or current account in OCBC Bank. So, I have to use another bank’s internet banking to pay the credit card bill.

I like to use Maybank2u to pay my bills or transfer money to other peoples, because Maybank is the one of the largest banking institution in Malaysia.

So, today I will show you how to pay OCBC credit card bill online through the step by step. I think other bank’s credit card bill can be paid like the steps too.

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1. Login to our account, click Account & Banking > Transfer.

2. A few columns to be selected. We click New Interbank GIRO transfer.

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3. There is a list of banks in Malaysia. Select the “OCBC BANK (MALAYSIA) BHD”.

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4. After this, we key in the “Amount” of payment, “Recipient Name” and  the credit card “Account number”.

5. We select “credit card payment” from the drop down list.

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6. We will be requested to key in the TAC (Transaction Authorisation Code). After key in the TAC, we success pay the credit card online via Maybank2u.

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8 comments on “How to pay OCBC credit card bill online via Maybank2u

  1. Yaga Kangga [ Reply ]

    How long it will take to reached ocbc bank. Immediately or longer tym. Kindly reply asap plz tq

  2. Rachel Low [ Reply ]

    Hello I have a silly question, but still need to double check. Account number is my credit card no, and recipient name is just the bank’s name? E.g. Hong Leong Bank? What about the recipient ID?

    Hope you will reply soon, due date is coming up. Thanks a lot.

    • MisterLeaf [ Reply ]

      Rachel, The recipient name should be your name or the card holder’s name. The recipient ID is our No. Kad Pengenalan. Hope this help you.

      • Rachel Low [ Reply ]

        Oh I see, thank you so much! 😀

  3. Mister Leaf [ Reply ]

    Update: Effective 2 May 2013, the Interbank GIRO (IBG) transfer charge is reduced to only RM 0.10.

  4. But the only bad thing is need to pay RM2 per transaction, correct ?

    • Mister Leaf [ Reply ]

      Yes. However the RM 2 is considered worthy if the OCBC cash rebate can give us RM 20 – RM 50 every month,

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