Friday, May 13, 2016

Now Pay TDC&EMD through Credit/Debit Card and Net Banking for Works Tenders

Yesterday, IREPS enabled its e-Payment Gateway for Works Tenders also. Now contractors can pay the TDC and EMD both by using their Credit Cards, Debit Cards, and Net Banking through SBIePaySBIePay is the payment gateway which is integrated with IREPS for online payments. 
While paying the TDC or EMD select the online payment mode and on next page select the option SBI PG (NetBanking, Credit Card and Debit Card) with accepting the terms and conditions and proceed further.

Now you have three options to pay the Tender Document Cost (TDC) and Earnest Money Deposit (EMD) amount:
  • Credit Card: You can make the TDC & EMD  payment by MasterCard or VISA credit cards.
  • Debit Card: You can make the TDC & EMD payment by using Maestro Debit Card, VISA Debit Card, SBI Maestro Debit Card, Rupay Debit Card or MasterCard Debit Card.
  • Net Banking: There are 41 banks by which you can make the TDC & EMD payment by using their NetBanking facilities.
SBIePay is available for all Works Tenders published by all Railwyas Zones through IREPS.

Last Updated: May 12, 2018 
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  1. Can we do part payment?

    1. Yes, you can make the EMD payment in parts but you need to pay the whole TDC amount once.

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