Yes Bank, NPCI Launch Credit Card On RuPay Platform: Check Details


NPCI has developed the RuPay card payment network.

YES Bank announced its partnership with National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) to launch a new RuPay co-branded credit card for customers on the locally developed payment platform. The YES Prosperity Rewards Plus credit card variant – designed for the YES Prosperity segment of the private sector lender, will provide multiple benefits to customers, according to a recent statement shared by YES Bank.

The credit card will offer reward points that accumulate with each purchase, fuel surcharge waiver, accelerated reward points on YES Cart and merchant offers made possible by the private banking collaboration with NPCI.

NPCI has developed the RuPay card payment network. In addition, a variety of offers and specials in various merchant categories are available for YES Bank credit card holders. The offers are aimed at increasing customer savings.

Customers can also enjoy the benefits of the loyalty program with reward points that never expire, as well as reward point sharing features and a wide range of rewards catalogs.

” … YES Prosperity RuPay branded credit cards complement our customers’ lifestyle requirements – simplifying their shopping experience. The partnership is aligned with our continued efforts to expand and diversify our credit offerings for customers, ensuring that their payment journeys are contactless, enjoyable and more rewarding, ”said Rajanish Prabhu, Head of Credit Cards and Customer Service. acquisition of traders, YES Bank.

YES Bank recently launched a new “FinBooster” credit card in partnership with – which allows the monitoring of customers’ creditworthiness. The co-branded credit card is built around a credit tracker and will help customers improve their score based on a review of the factors affecting their credit score.

On Wednesday, December 8, shares of YES Bank rose 1.07% to 13.24 rupees each on BSE.


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