ICICI Bank facilitates payment of customs duty online
January 05, 2022
Mumbai: ICICI Bank today announced the launch of a facility for its customers—both retail and corporate—to pay customs duty digitally. Corporate customers can pay customs duty through the Bank’s Corporate Internet Banking (CIB) and mobile banking app InstaBIZ, while retail customers can do so through the Bank’s retail internet banking platform. The customers can make online payment by selecting ICICI Bank from the list of banks on the website of Indian Customs Electronic Gateway (ICEGATE).
Mr. Hitesh Sethia, Head- Transaction Banking, ICICI Bank, said, “We at ICICI Bank are thankful to Central Board of Indirect Taxes & Customs for giving us the opportunity to enable digital payments of customs duty for our customers. This facility enables millions of ICICI Bank customers to conveniently pay customs duty digitally through ICEGATE website. This is in line with our endeavour to continuously enhancing convenience to our customers by offering them innovative products and services.”
ICICI Bank has been successfully facilitating payment of direct and indirect taxes for more than a decade now.
Below are quick steps for making digital payments of customs duty:
Visit ICEGATE website- https://epayment.icegate.gov.in/epayment/locationAction.action
Select ‘Document type’ and ‘Location code’ from drop down and enter Import Export Code (IEC)
Select ICICI Bank from list of banks for payment
Login to internet banking or InstaBIZ app and complete the payment
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About ICICI Bank: ICICI Bank Ltd (BSE: ICICIBANK, NSE: ICICIBANK and NYSE:IBN) is a leading private sector bank in India. The Bank’s consolidated total assets stood at ₹ 16,04,053 crore at September 30, 2021.
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