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ICICI Bank VISA Debit can now be used on PayPal

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#61 by safwan646 » Tue Jan 08, 2013 05:07

and What about Payza (alertpay)...
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#62 by padhiaranand » Wed Jan 09, 2013 23:00

Sounds good.. Thanks.
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#63 by BIPIN0001111 » Sat Jan 26, 2013 04:54

helo guys i m new at this will u help me to send money to paypal....is there any bank that can help to send money...
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#64 by sarvesh_1in » Tue Feb 26, 2013 07:25

that is very best thing for all indians :D :D
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#65 by abhi996754 » Thu Feb 28, 2013 22:52

BIPIN0001111 wrote: helo guys i m new at this will u help me to send money to paypal....is there any bank that can help to send money...

yes for indian paypal user send money through ICICI Debit Card
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#66 by Albert1999 » Sat Mar 09, 2013 03:34

LOL My PayPal was verified even by typing fake PAN details.
I just typed ABCDE12345 then they verified it in 3 days, this proves that actually they don't check these things.
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#67 by ptcscrutiny » Sat Mar 09, 2013 03:41

albertbgeorge wrote: LOL My PayPal was verified even by typing fake PAN details.
I just typed ABCDE12345 then they verified it in 3 days, this proves that actually they don't check these things.

Never give false info else your PayPal accountcan be limited.
And the PAN number is not just any random number. Its a 10 digit Alphanumerical Sequence which can be decoded so at one glance anyone can tell if you are giving false info or not.

>> Permanent account number - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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#68 by DaxOnlineWork » Sat Mar 09, 2013 07:24

Assisting ptcscrutiny

Never give false info else your PayPal account can be permanently limited.
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#69 by mohitraj321 » Sat Mar 09, 2013 09:24

Good news now lots of members from India can send money to Palpal and will be able to send money where they want, great i was also searching such type of new option because i do not have a credit card so it was a big problem for me, but now i will use my icici debit card for online shopping, Thanks bro for this good news. Thanks a lot
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#70 by subway_123 » Sun Mar 10, 2013 00:21

ptcscrutiny wrote: Honestly speaking Liberty Reserve is a joke. Its a virtual currency which you can only exchange through exchangers to other payment processors like Payza. Liberty Reserve is mainly used by ponzis like HYIPs and gambling sites.

PayPal is the best and most reliable processor.

ptcscrutiny any idea about payza account money withdrawal to local bank? :clixsense:
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#71 by ptcscrutiny » Sun Mar 10, 2013 01:27

hailraiser wrote: ptcscrutiny any idea about payza account money withdrawal to local bank? :clixsense:
Payza now supports local bank withdrawls in India. I think the charge is Rs.200 per withdrawl.
You'll have to complete the verification with Payza for that by submitting your PAN number and some utility bill as an address proof.
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#72 by subway_123 » Sun Mar 10, 2013 05:18

ptcscrutiny wrote:
hailraiser wrote: ptcscrutiny any idea about payza account money withdrawal to local bank? :clixsense:
Payza now supports local bank withdrawls in India. I think the charge is Rs.200 per withdrawl.
You'll have to complete the verification with Payza for that by submitting your PAN number and some utility bill as an address proof.

and what is the procedure of withdrawing to local bank. i have passed the verification step by submitting the required documents and now i have verified payza account :clixsense:
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#73 by ptcscrutiny » Sun Mar 10, 2013 06:46

hailraiser wrote:
ptcscrutiny wrote:
hailraiser wrote: ptcscrutiny any idea about payza account money withdrawal to local bank? :clixsense:
Payza now supports local bank withdrawls in India. I think the charge is Rs.200 per withdrawl.
You'll have to complete the verification with Payza for that by submitting your PAN number and some utility bill as an address proof.

and what is the procedure of withdrawing to local bank. i have passed the verification step by submitting the required documents and now i have verified payza account :clixsense:

Even if your Payza account status is verifed, your PAN card and one Proof of Address are still required to be verified for withdrawls through Bank Transfer.

Source : I am already verified, why do I need to submit verification documents? (India)

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Actually, I haven't withdrawn funds to my bank account through Payza and neither intend on doing it. I simply use my Payza balance for advertising or upgrading.

But you can find all the information on the FAQ section on Payza.
Here are a few which might help in your case.

1. How can I withdraw funds by Bank Transfer in India?
2. How long will my bank transfer withdrawal take to complete? (India)
3. How do I submit my documents for verification? (India)
4. I am already verified, why do I need to submit verification documents? (India)
5. How much does it cost to withdraw funds by Bank Transfer to an Indian bank account?
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#74 by Albert1999 » Sun Mar 10, 2013 22:57

ptcscrutiny wrote:
hailraiser wrote:
ptcscrutiny wrote:
hailraiser wrote: ptcscrutiny any idea about payza account money withdrawal to local bank? :clixsense:
Payza now supports local bank withdrawls in India. I think the charge is Rs.200 per withdrawl.
You'll have to complete the verification with Payza for that by submitting your PAN number and some utility bill as an address proof.

and what is the procedure of withdrawing to local bank. i have passed the verification step by submitting the required documents and now i have verified payza account :clixsense:

Even if your Payza account status is verifed, your PAN card and one Proof of Address are still required to be verified for withdrawls through Bank Transfer.

Source : I am already verified, why do I need to submit verification documents? (India)

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Actually, I haven't withdrawn funds to my bank account through Payza and neither intend on doing it. I simply use my Payza balance for advertising or upgrading.

But you can find all the information on the FAQ section on Payza.
Here are a few which might help in your case.

1. How can I withdraw funds by Bank Transfer in India?
2. How long will my bank transfer withdrawal take to complete? (India)
3. How do I submit my documents for verification? (India)
4. I am already verified, why do I need to submit verification documents? (India)
5. How much does it cost to withdraw funds by Bank Transfer to an Indian bank account?

OMG!! How can I change it?
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#75 by sannymol » Thu Mar 14, 2013 21:44

Verifying Paypal account by other bank debit card like canara bank, bank of baroda etc ?
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#76 by Albert1999 » Fri Mar 15, 2013 01:38

I am a student, 14 years old.

I want to open a bank account, Can anybody suggest some banks which accepts PayPal and has low minimum balance.

Thanks,
Albert
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#77 by abhi996754 » Sat Mar 16, 2013 04:39

albertbgeorge wrote: I am a student, 14 years old.

I want to open a bank account, Can anybody suggest some banks which accepts PayPal and has low minimum balance.

Thanks,
Albert

All Indian Bank's are accept Paypal and All student account are low avg balance.
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#78 by muraligb » Tue Mar 26, 2013 01:56

how to open paypal account pl send me the details to opne paypal account i have icici account
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#79 by subway_123 » Sun Mar 31, 2013 00:30

How many credit card can be added to paypal account bcoz i want to use virtual credit card for upgrade but it is valid for 24 hrs only then what to do next time? add or create another virtual credit card or the same can be used? :roll:
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#80 by ripu00 » Sat Jun 15, 2013 23:24

Pls if you can lemme know which kind of Paypal account is this..Personal/Premier.
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