Payment Options

Giving you true flexibility, Maybank provides the following payment methods for your Maybank Credit Card.

  • Cash Payments at Maybank Branches
    Make cash payments over the counter at any of our Branches in Singapore.

  • Cheque Payment
    Cheques should be made payable to Maybank Card A/C No. XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX. For payment of more than one account, cheque should be made payable to Maybank Cards and the respective account numbers and amounts be written behind the cheque. Download and print a business reply envelope or mail your crossed cheque to :

    Maybank PSC - Kovan
    Robinson Road P.O. Box 788
    Singapore 901538

  • Interbank GIRO
    Arrange for your credit card payments to be debited automatically each month from your designated bank account. Simply download the form here (PDF) or via

  • Maybank ATMs
    If you have a Maybank Savings or Current Account, use your ATM Card to make payments at any of our ATMs located at our Branches in Singapore. Simply key in your PIN and follow the on-screen instructions.

  • Maybank Cash Deposit Machines
    Deposit cash via our cash deposit machines located at our Branches with 24-hour banking to pay your credit card bills. Just follow the on-screen instructions and place your cash into the cash slot.

  • Maybank Mobile / Online Banking
    Login to Maybank Mobile / Online Banking to pay your credit card bills conveniently. Funds will be debited from your Maybank Savings or Current Account. No Mobile or Online Banking? Simply sign up with the 16 digits of your credit card and card PIN on our website.

  • AXS Stations
    Make payments at AXS Stations located conveniently islandwide. Simply follow the on-screen instructions on the AXS Station.

  • SingPost SAM
    Make payments at any SingPost SAM located conveniently islandwide. Simply follow the on-screen instructions on the SingPost SAM.


The same account details should be used for all future card payments. The procedures to effect the Interbank Funds Transfer may differ with each bank. Service charge(s) may be imposed by the remitting banks.