Avoid using HDFC Millenia Debit Card to buy Gift card using HDFC Smartbuy.

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Don't use HDFC Millenia Debit card to purchase any Gift card on HDFC Smartbuy. Currently Smartbuy Transactions are not properly tracked for HDFC Millenia DC and they are giving 2.5% instead of 5+5%.

Better use HDFC Millenia DC to pay for CC bill through HDFC Portal to get 400 cashback.

But for CCs its tracked properly.

You will get around 200 cashback(2.5%), instead of 594 for 8236 Amazon GF purchase using HDFC Smartbuy.

Even sending mails to them not working, as they are denying these are not Smartbuy transactions (Eventhough its mentioned - GTFYR VIA SMARTBUY in Transaction).

It's stopped giving cashback from Jan 2024 onwards.

Anybody used HDFC Millenia DC and got cashback for Jan and Feb Month, please let me know.

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Yes I too only 205 points for smartbuy transaction

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Can you pls explain how to get cashback on cc bill via millenia dc ?

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Pay your bill normally on paytm

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I just bought yesterday 10K GC using HDFC Millenia DC  through smartbuy gyftr.  They cashback will be credited after 90 days. 

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Currently, Millenia Debit Card Smartbuy Transactions will fetch 2.5% instead of 5+5%-Proc. CHarges.So, you will be at loss if you purchase Amazon Pay GC.
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Hmm they didn't gave qnd every time i  complain they send me detail of card.. feature copy paste.. 2 tim a i sent concern eame reply

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Huh, they can't devalue officially to maintain the legacy, so resorted to txn based denial... Looks like finally mill.dc might be devalued officially after the big heads agree...

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