Credit Card Payment Methods

Credit Card Payment Methods

You can settle your Fubon Credit Card payment by any of the following ways:

 

Autopay Service

You can arrange autopay service from your designated bank account (savings or current) with any bank in Hong Kong for your Fubon Credit Card payment. You can choose to pay in full or minimum amount or designated amount and such payment will be effected only on the payment due date. Simply click here to download the application form and return the completed form by fax or by post.

 

Fubon Bank & JETCO ATMs

You can transfer funds from your Fubon Bank Account to your credit card account via Fubon or JETCO ATMs. Please note that payment must be made before 24:00 of payment due date.

 

Fubon Bank Integrated Customer Service Hotline

You can call 2566 8181 to transfer funds from your Fubon Bank Account to your credit card account to settle the payment.

 

Fubon e-banking Service

You can login Fubon e-banking Service at our website to make payment from your savings or current account with the Bank.

 

Payment by Phone Service (PPS)

The PPS merchant code of Fubon Credit Card is 47. Please note that payment must be made before 24:00 of payment due date. The minimum payment amount settle via PPS is $10.

 

Faster Payment Service (FPS)

You can transfer funds from FPS of other banks. Please note that payment must be made before 24:00 of payment due date.

 

Payment by Mail

Crossed cheque should be made payable to “Fubon Bank (Hong Kong) Limited”. Please state your Fubon Credit Card account number on the back of the cheque and mail to the Bank together with the top portion of the statement. Please allow at least 5 days for mailing. Post-dated cheque and cheque/cashier order in foreign currency will not be accepted. If a cheque or cashier order in foreign currency is presented, the Bank will, at its sole discretion, process the payment subject to a handling charge debited to the Card Account.

 

Payment at Fubon Bank branches

You can visit any of our Fubon Bank branches to make payment by cash or cheque (handling charge apply).

 

To borrow or not to borrow? Borrow only if you can repay!

 

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