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PROJECT REPORT ON FUTURE PROSPECTS OF DEBIT & CREDIT CARDS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO H.D.F.C. BANK

 

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THE development of plastic money is one of the recent Phenomenon's in the banking sector. Plastic money is a charge card. It is a direct charge against the limit sectioned. IT is a debt instrument issued by some specialized companies. It is one step forward towards cashless and chequeless society. The operation is through electronic funds transfer {EFT} installations and inter-bank network. Credit cards are key to the opening of bank accounts for daily payments by the card holders. Credit card has been rightly called "PLASTIC MONEY". The objective is to provide convenience and security. It eliminates cash transactions, and protects from the danger of pick pocketing a lot of cash. There is usually interest free credit for 30 to 45 days.

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These plastic cards have the photo identity and holders signature embossed on the card. It also has the issuing banks name and validity period of the card. The bank issuing the credit card knows well the customer and his creditworthiness. Basically, the use of credit cards helps the holder to take the advantage of the two essential aspects of the financial services functions:

1. Transmission of payments


2. The granting of credit.

Carrying Credit cards are innovative ones in the line of financial services offered by commercial banks. The idea of credit card was first developed by a BAVARIAN FARMER, FRANZ NESBITUM MC NAMARA, an American business man who found himself without cash at a weekend resort founded Dinners card in 1950. Right from that time, the commercial banks and non banking companies in USA developed the idea of credit card to develop their business. BARCLAYS BANK was the first bank to introduce credit card in 1966 in Britain. The credit card business got momentum in 60ís and a number of banks entered the field in a big way.

WHAT IS A CREDIT CARD?

A credit card is a card or mechanism which enables to purchase goods, travel and dine in a hotel without making immediate payments. The holders can use the cards to credit from banks unto 45 days. The credit card relieves the consumer from the botheration cash and ensures safety. It is a convenience of an extended credit without formality. Thus, credit card is a passport to, SAFETY, CONVENIENCE, PRESTIGE AND CREDIT.

WHO CAN BE A CREDIT CARD HOLDER

The general criterion applied is a person spending capacity and not merely his income and his wealth. The other criterion is the worthiness of the client and his average monthly balance. Most of the banks have clear out the norms for giving the credit cards.

I. A person who earns a salary of Rs. 60,000/_ per annum is eligible for a card.

II. A reference from a banker and the employers of the applicant is insisted upon.

III. He should have a savings current account in the bank.

IV. His assets and liabilities on a particular date are reported to bank.

V. A statement of annual or monthly income.

VI. He is considered credit worthy upon to certain limit depending upon his income, assets and expenditure. The eligible customer is asked to fill in application form giving the details of account number , name , address , income , wealth status and a proof of his income/wealth etc.

PARTICULARS DISPLAYED ON THE CREDIT CARDS

Every credit card bears the following particulars:

1. NAME OF THE CUSTOMER: Every card displays the name of customer. It should be spelled correctly. In case, it does not, the customer can contact the customer service cell/helpline and get the necessary correction done. This facility is provided free of cost by the bank.

2. 16-DIGIT CARD NUMBER :  A unique 16 digit number is allotted to every customer/ cardholder.

3. VALIDITY DATE  : The card mentions the period through which it is valid. The card is usually valid from the it is received by the customer unto and including the last day of the month indicated on the card. After the card has to be renewed.

4. THE VISA HOLOGRAM AND THE VISA LOGO: The hologram and the logo ensure that all the establishments through out the world displaying the visa logo will accept the card.

5. NAME OF THE ISSUING BANK: The card indicates on the top the name of the issuing bank.

6. SIGNATURE PANEL:  The back of the card contains the signature panel. The customer must put his signature on the signature panel to prevent misuse by any other person. This identifies the card holder. Signature on the panel would imply that card holder has given his consent to abide by the terms and conditions governing the use of the credit card. The card is valid is only if signed.

7. MAGNETIC STRIP: The black magnetic strip contains important information in encoded from and needs special handling. The card should not be kept in an area where there is a continuous magnetic field. It should not be left on the top the television. Set or near any electronic appliance. The card should be kept away from heat and direct sun light.

8. PIN (PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION NUMBER): Each card holder is issued a password or pin to enable use of the card for accessing his/her card account on the ATM and internet and also for availing any privilege, benefit or service that may be offered by bank on the card. The pin is communicated to the cardholder entirely at his/her risk who shall not disclose the pin to any person and shall take all possible care to avoid its discovery by any person. The card holder shall be liable for all transactions made with the use of the pin whether with or without the knowledge of the cardholder.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • DECLARATION

  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

  • PREFACE

  • INTRODUCTION

  • LITERATURE REVIEW

  • RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

  • OBJECTIVE OF STUDY

  • SCOPE OF STUDY

  • METHODS OF DATA COLLECTION

  • TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES OF ANALYSIS

  • LIMITATIONS

  • ANALYSES OF DATA  FINDINGS

  • CONCLUSIONS

  • SUGGESTIONS

  • LIMITATIONS

  • BIBLIOGRAPHIES

 

Project Description :

Category : MBA Project Report

Title :  FUTURE PROSPECTS OF DEBIT & CREDIT CARDS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO H.D.F.C. BANK. WE ALSO MAKE THIS PROJECT WITH ANY BANK LIKE SBI [STATE BANK OF INDIA], PNB [PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK], ICICI, UCO BANK ETC.

Pages : 105

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