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Which Indian Debit card supports 2 add fund PayPal

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#1 by subway_123 » Tue Dec 04, 2012 23:06

Any body help me which bank's debit card help to add fund in paypal, my pnb debit card is refused by paypal. :)
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#2 by sathishkumar90 » Tue Dec 04, 2012 23:27

hailraiser wrote: Any body help me which bank's debit card help to add fund in paypal, my pnb debit card is refused by paypal. :)

hailraiser have a look at this topics

ICICI Bank VISA Debit can now be used on PayPal

Verifying Paypal account by ICICI B2
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#3 by subway_123 » Wed Dec 05, 2012 01:02

thanks for that sathishkumar90 but i want to know whether sbi debit card supports to add fund? How do u upgraded? i have no icici bank account. :)
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#4 by uzair_friends » Wed Dec 05, 2012 01:21

None supports to add funds to your PayPal. You can only verify your PayPal account with few debit cards. You will need a credit card if you want to add funds..
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#5 by subway_123 » Wed Dec 05, 2012 05:44

Then how can i upgrade to premium account? :(
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#6 by sathishkumar90 » Wed Dec 05, 2012 06:07

hailraiser wrote: Then how can i upgrade to premium account? :(

you can upgrade to premium account when you reach $17 in your clixsense account or choose some other payment processor such as

  1. Payza
  2. Liberty Reserve

and each has some advantages & disadvantages just select which is best option for you & my suggestions would be try to reach $17 in clixsense & then upgrade to premium account to make it faster try to complete more tasks & offers
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#7 by subway_123 » Wed Dec 05, 2012 07:28

Is it possible to pay through entropay virtual credit card by adding fund from debit card to it? :roll:
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#8 by CoolDudeX » Wed Dec 05, 2012 07:33

hello hailraiser, i may just have a solution. keep note of this post as it will take me some tome to edit this post.
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#9 by CoolDudeX » Wed Dec 05, 2012 08:22

hi hailraiser,

i have been following comments everywhere here,here but the thing it took me this long to reply is because i may have a solution but first i have to convince myself that it will work and the fact that i should not mislead you :)

my 1st question to you ?

do you have a verified paypal account ? if yes then you can consider the possibility of upgrading your account through paypal not by using a credit card but through a Virtual credit card.

What is a Virtual Credit Card?

A Virtual credit/debit card is a one-time use card which comes with pre-loaded amount and a few months of validity. With virtual credit card in place, you don't have to worry about using your actual credit card for making purchases online. Instead, this will be expired immediately after used and so there is no chance of misuse of this virtual credit card. It doesn’t exist in physical form.

You’ll be provided with all the details that a real credit card possesses such as Name, CC number, CVC number, Expiry date. The only exemption is that the VCC will be expired immediately after use.
the requirements are :

you should have account in any one of these banks

  1. HDFC
  2. ICICI
  3. Kotak Mahindra
  4. State Bank of India

How to Create a Virtual Credit Card in HDFC?
  1. Go to HDFC Netsafe service-->
    Code: Select All
    http://www.hdfcbank.com/personal/making_payments/making-payments-details/netsafe/gts8mitl
    website and click “Login to NetSafe” link on the right side.
[*]On the next screen, click on Register button.
[*]Click on I Accept button.
[*]On the next step, enter your HDFC credit card/debit card number, expiry details and click Submit.
Note: if it is a debit card number, you’ll be asked for your ATM PIN number.
[*]Next, enter your mobile number, security/secret text and other personal information.
[*]Next, enter a unique username and password for your NetSafe account. Your account is now registered. Next, you’ll have to generate a Virtual credit card.
[*]Login to NetSafe service and enter an amount (limit). Click Go to create a virtual credit card.



[*]You’ll be provided with a virtual card which you have to use within the next 24 hours or else it will be automatically expired.
[*]Note: You can view all your transaction details if log into your NetSafe account and navigate to the “All accounts/services” > Txn

How to Create a Virtual Credit Card with ICICI Bank?

  1. just visit their site to get it will be explained clearly there
  2. Code: Select All
    http://www.icicibank.com/infinity/virtualcc_faq.html

How to Generate Virtual Credit Card at Kotak Mahindra?
  1. Login to your Kotak net banking account.
  2. Select “netc@rd” tab and click on Generate Card.
  3. Select your account and enter the amount (VCC limit) to generate the card.



How to Apply for a Virtual Credit Card in SBI (State Bank of India)?
Note: Not to be used with paypal (do not works for international payments but will be recommended for domestic use)

  1. Login to your SBI online banking account
    Code: Select All
    https://www.onlinesbi.com/
[*]Navigate to the e-Cards option present on the menu bar.
[*]Next, fill the amount (VCC limit). Agree to the terms and click Generate button.



[*]Again click Generate on the next screen to confirm.
[*]You’ll be provided with a virtual credit card on which you’ll find all the details that you require

hope this helps you hailraiser, i am still not 100% sure of what i have posted as i have never used them myself. i just made some research on the web and provided you this info. if you have accounts from any one of these banks then try this method and if you ever struck with a doubt there is always google which you can trust to give answers ;)

if anyone has gone through this before please do share your views on this.

Good luck :thumbup:
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#10 by sathishkumar90 » Wed Dec 05, 2012 08:28

SathishMagleena kindly blur your account number & branch as it is clear visible & thanks for the great info i never know that we can generate VCC using SBI
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#11 by CoolDudeX » Wed Dec 05, 2012 08:31

sathishkumar90 wrote: SathishMagleena kindly blur your account number & branch as it is clear visible & thanks for the great info i never know that we can generate VCC using SBI

oops thanks buddy i partially blured it. will do it completely :lol: :thumbup:
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#12 by DaxOnlineWork » Wed Dec 05, 2012 08:48

SathishMagleena wrote: How to Apply for a Virtual Credit Card in SBI (State Bank of India)?

  1. Login to your SBI online banking account
    Code: Select All
    https://www.onlinesbi.com/
[*]Navigate to the e-Cards option present on the menu bar.
[*]Next, fill the amount (VCC limit). Agree to the terms and click Generate button.



[*]Again click Generate on the next screen to confirm.
[*]You’ll be provided with a virtual credit card on which you’ll find all the details that you require


Hi Sathish

SBI allows only Domestic purchases only, at this time -- check out the Terms & Conditions and navigate to Detailed Product Features ( table ) -- you can see that it is only Domestic.

I am afraid that you can't buy Premium with SBI :(

I don't know about other banks.
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#13 by CoolDudeX » Wed Dec 05, 2012 08:54

thanks for the update dax :shock: . now we can rule out sbi as an option to pay via paypal as a virtual credit card. lets dig deep into the other bank options weather it supports international transactions or not. i have to google :D
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#14 by ptcscrutiny » Wed Dec 05, 2012 09:02

I have an account with HDFC Bank and have used their VCC. HDFC VCC works on ALL international sites and I have personally tested it on a few stores online.
You can purchase in any currency using it and you will be charged according to the prevailing Visa rates which can be found here - Exchange Rates - Visa Corporate

And just for those interested, here is the link for MasterCard exchange rates - https://www.mastercard.com/global/currencyconversion/index.html

Remember : All banks charge the exact rate shown on Visa and MasterCard (links above). So if you are charged more by your bank, you can always dispute and enquire about the extra charges.

Note : The exchange rate will be charged as per the rates the day the transaction is realised. Meaning, say you may make a transaction on December 5th. But if the merchant receives your payment on December 6th, you will be charged according to the Visa/MasterCard exchange rates for December 6th.

Banks do charge cross-currency charges though and other service charges like educations cess.
For example, HDFC Bank charges cross-currency mark-up of 3.5% on foreign currency transactions.
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#15 by DaxOnlineWork » Wed Dec 05, 2012 09:04

SathishMagleena wrote: thanks for the update dax :shock: . now we can rule out sbi as an option to pay via paypal as a virtual credit card. lets dig deep into the other bank options weather it supports international transactions or not. i have to google :D

Yupp, delete the SBI entry from your post.

Also go through the Terms of the other banks -- we may find something. I will also search for it, tomorrow.
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#16 by ptcscrutiny » Wed Dec 05, 2012 09:09

Just adding a little more info,

Although I haven't tried the HDFC VCC with PayPal, I believe it should work. No harm in giving it a try since you have nothing to loose.
The VCC is valid for 48 hours or one transaction, whichever is earlier. And the remaining/unused balance will be returned back to your account in 3 working days.
So say you generate a VCC for ₹1000 and use ₹700. In that case ₹300 will be credited back your account in 3 days.


Here is the demo : http://www.hdfcbank.com/assets/netsafedemo/netsafe.swf
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#17 by CoolDudeX » Wed Dec 05, 2012 09:13

ptcscrutiny wrote: Just adding a little more info,

Although I haven't tried the HDFC VCC with PayPal, I believe it should work. No harm in giving it a try since you have nothing to loose.
The VCC is valid for 48 hours or one transaction, whichever is earlier. And the remaining/unused balance will be returned back to your account in 3 working days.
So say you generate a VCC for ₹1000 and use ₹700. In that case ₹300 will be credited back your account in 3 days.


Here is the demo : http://www.hdfcbank.com/assets/netsafedemo/netsafe.swf

this is just great. yes its sure worth giving it a try as nothing will be lost in the process as ensured :thumbup:
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#18 by CoolDudeX » Wed Dec 05, 2012 09:21

daxserver wrote:
SathishMagleena wrote: thanks for the update dax :shock: . now we can rule out sbi as an option to pay via paypal as a virtual credit card. lets dig deep into the other bank options weather it supports international transactions or not. i have to google :D

Yupp, delete the SBI entry from your post.

Also go through the Terms of the other banks -- we may find something. I will also search for it, tomorrow.

i have thought of it Dax but wouldn't want to do as it may still remain a useful info for everyone.

although not with paypal as an option to upgrade but for domestic use ;)

i will edit the post header for sbi alone marking it clearly as not an option to use it with paypal as its not supported and will delete it if mods recommend me to do it so in case if its inappropriate.
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#19 by DaxOnlineWork » Wed Dec 05, 2012 09:28

SathishMagleena wrote:
daxserver wrote: Yupp, delete the SBI entry from your post.

Also go through the Terms of the other banks -- we may find something. I will also search for it, tomorrow.

i have thought of it Dax but wouldn't want to do as it may still remain a useful info for everyone.

although not with paypal as an option to upgrade but for domestic use ;)

i will edit the post header for sbi alone marking it clearly as not an option to use it with paypal as its not supported and will delete it if mods recommend me to do it so in case if its inappropriate.

I may recommend to place the SBI section at the end of the post -- title itself is very clear but I don't suggest to put it on the top. :roll:
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#20 by CoolDudeX » Wed Dec 05, 2012 09:30

daxserver wrote:
SathishMagleena wrote:
daxserver wrote: Yupp, delete the SBI entry from your post.

Also go through the Terms of the other banks -- we may find something. I will also search for it, tomorrow.

i have thought of it Dax but wouldn't want to do as it may still remain a useful info for everyone.

although not with paypal as an option to upgrade but for domestic use ;)

i will edit the post header for sbi alone marking it clearly as not an option to use it with paypal as its not supported and will delete it if mods recommend me to do it so in case if its inappropriate.

I may recommend to place the SBI section at the end of the post -- title itself is very clear but I don't suggest to put it on the top. :roll:

will do it buddy 8-)
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