Category Archives: Debit Cards

ATM Usage And You

ATM usage could cost you a significant sum if you withdraw money too often. However, some smart moves can help you avoid this.

A ‘Free’ Debit Card Scores Low On Benefits

A basic Debit Card, where your annual fee is waived by banks, often comes with minimal benefits. Using a card with an annual fee (if chosen right) can provide a multitude of benefits.

Demonetisation: The Good, The Bad, And The Downright Hilarious

While demonetisation has polarised opinion across the country, we’ve put together 5 instances that have raised quite a few eyebrows during these strange times.

Time To Go Cashless!

We know that you are still struggling to get cash from your bank branch or the nearest ATM. That’s why we suggest that you go cashless. Here’s how to do it smoothly.

Cash Crunch? Go To A Micro-ATM!

The Government has decided to set up Micro-ATMs to ease your cash crunch. Now, what are these? How will they be useful? Find out.

How A Chip Can Secure You

It’s surprising that even though chip cards were introduced quite a while ago, not many people know about their benefits. Here’s everything you need to know.

4 Ways To Protect Your Debit Card From Cyber Crooks

Has the recent Debit Card data breach put your stress on fifth gear? Are you concerned about losing your money and financial data? Don’t worry! Follow these tips to secure yourself from unexpected data breaches.

11 Things You Can Save Money On Every Month

Here is a list of 11 little things people waste money on on a daily basis. Turn your back on the seemingly minor expenses and you’ll be rewarded with a richer bank account for sure.

Guess What People Are Doing Online!

Consumers in top metros in India prefer shopping online when they access the internet. Discount days tend to spur consumers to go online shopping. In this context, BankBazaar is a boon to the online generation that is looking at financial products.

Send Money Using FB

Facebook has revolutionised fund transfers by introducing a money transfer option in its messenger service. This feature is already present in the US and is expected to be rolled out in India soon. However, Debit Cards are needed to use this service.