What are my options my bank is not resolving my credit card billing issues


What are my options my bank is not resolving my credit card billing issues and the bank officer is delaying intentionally.


Every bank has grievance redressal system with a dedicated grievance redressal officer in charge. You can write to the grievance redressal department of your bank within 60 days of your grievance occurrence. The grievance redressal officer in charge will respond to you in less than 30 days failing which you can escalate the matter with the banking ombudsman.


Hi Meera,

You can write to the Banking Ombudsman. The Banking Ombudsman Scheme enables people/customers to file their complaints to resolve banking issues they face. The Banking Ombudsman Scheme was introduced in 2006 with the objective of enabling resolution of complaints relating to certain services rendered by banks and to facilitate the satisfaction or settlement of such complaints.

The Banking Ombudsman is a person appointed by the Reserve Bank of India, who has quasi-judicial (tribunal board which has legal powers) authority.

All commercial banks, regional rural banks, co-operative banks, and public sector and nationalised banks are covered under the Ombudsman scheme. In fact, many popular banks like SBI have set up a dedicated system to address online complaints. Presently, there are 15 banking Ombudsmen who have been appointed with offices, most of which are in the state capitals. You can find the contact details and addresses of the offices of the Ombudsman, located across the country here.

You can approach the Banking Ombudsman if

 You have not received a reply from your bank within one month from the date of receipt of complaint by the bank OR
 The bank has rejected your complaint OR
 You are not satisfied with bank’s reply

How to file an online complaint with the RBI Banking Ombudsman?

In order to file an online complaint with the RBI Ombudsman, follow these steps:
 Log on to the official website and submit the details of your complaint (https://secweb.rbi.org.in/BO/precompltindex.htm)
 Upload the complaint letter explaining the problem
 Upload any supporting documents to support your complaint
 Insert copy of the original complaint written to the concerned bank
 Also, insert copy of the response received from the concerned bank
 All these documents need to be uploaded on the website in pdf or .txt format only

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