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Bengaluru, NFAPost: EarlySalary, India’s largest consumer lending platform, announced the launch of ‘Salary Card’ a zero-touch digital card that provides instant access for salaried professionals, enabling them to make instant purchases across thousands of merchants across India.

Powered by RuPay, the Salary Card comes with a unique feature that allows consumers the flexibility of setting up a dynamic credit limit to suit that shopping, medical, travel, entertainment and other needs.

The on-going pandemic has created a higher preference for non-contact payments. The digital zero-touch ‘Salary Card’ credit solution is EarlySalary’s commitment to offer a safe and secured environment to customers, enabling them to exercise tighter control over their finances by setting a credit limit for every shopping need or expense.

ML technologies

Backed by advanced Machine Learning (ML) technologies and risk-oriented decision making mechanisms, the Salary Card is designed to serve as a secure payment mode to help consumers spend responsibly. A customer can activate the Salary card within seconds by accessing the EarlySalary mobile app.

National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) CEO Dilip Asbe said NPCI is working with several ecosystem players who are really looking at innovative payment solutions which are fast and simple yet secure.

“The payments industry, already one of the most dynamic sectors in financial services, continues to evolve, propelled by technological and operational innovations. India is becoming an exciting platform for development and testing of new payment technologies. NPCI is finding innovative ways of extending digital credit to customers through our partners,” said National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) CEO Dilip Asbe.

Credit access

Speaking on the launch of EarlySalary’s Salary Card, EarlySalary CEO and Co-Founder Akshay Mehrotra said EarlySalary aims to make credit access easier to India’s digitally-savvy young generation, which drives the major consumption of products and internet services, especially during the pandemic period.

“The rise of zero-touch experience and the increasing credit demand, even from small towns and villages have inspired us to launch the Salary Card.” He further added, “We are happy to introduce the new revolutionary digital Salary Card that follows the spirit of Atmanirbhar Bharat and will democratise digital credit and payments to millions of Indians,” said EarlySalary CEO and Co-Founder Akshay Mehrotra.

Earlier this month, EarlySalary also introduced the EarlySalary Credit Suite which is designed to provide a one-stop credit solution to serve all credit requirements of a salaried individual. In this way, the brand aims to help millions of people lead a better life who wants to achieve their financial freedom, wants an upgrade to their lifestyles, and to meet any emergency needs.

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