In this document the following words and phrases have the meaning set opposite them unless the context indicates otherwise: 1. 'Bank' refers to HDFC Bank Limited, a banking company incorporated in India under the Companies Act, 1956 and having its Registered Office at HDFC Bank House, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel, Mumbai - 400 013, India and includes its successors and assigns. WAY 3 – Login at HDFC Normal Netbanking to check Forex Card Balance . If your Forex Card is linked with your HDFC bank account, you can also login under netbanking for your normal bank account. You will be able to find an option to access your Forex Card details under the “Card” Tab -> “Prepaid Cards” on the left side of the screen.. Details about HDFC Forex Card: HDFC Bank - Food Plus Card. HDFC Bank FoodPlus Card - a smart and secure way of giving meal vouchers to your employees! It is a prepaid Visa Card which can be loaded with monthly meal allowances. Please note, your card will be accepted only at Domestic merchant outlets & e-commerce websites as mentioned below. ForexPlus Card: Registeration Form: First Name : Last Name : Phone No. - Mobile : Your State/Region Cross Currency Charges: For transactions where the transaction currency is different than the currency available on ForexPlus Chip card bank will charge cross currency markup of 3% on such transactions. Exchange rate used will be the VISA/MasterCard wholesale exchange rate prevailing at the time of the transaction.
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The next video is starting stop. Loading... Watch Queue This video is about how to link your HDFC Food Card to your Aadhar number which is mandatory and needed for your Food card to be valid. Intro Music Credits - Syn Cole - https://www.youtube.com ... Close. This video is unavailable. * What is Forex Card?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=agdl2zbE4X8 Note: On the official website of your bank you need to enter what type of FOREX card you n... HDFC Bank is one of India's premier banks, providing a wide range of financial products across hundreds of Indian cities using multiple distribution channels...