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Paypal Funds transfer made easy for Indian accounts

Dear Clients,

Paypal Ė the world famous online funds transfer gateway system has now made its funds transfers easier for the Indian Account holders. If you are already registered with www.paypal.com then you must have been recently informed that now you can withdraw your Paypal funds directly to your Indian bank account. Hence no need to request a cheque from them and wait for it to arrive and get cleared. If you have an account in any of the below mentioned banks then you are eligible to withdraw your Paypal funds to your Indian bank accounts.

1) State Bank of India
2) Axis Bank
3) ICICI Bank
4) HDFC Bank
5) HSBC
6) Bank of India
7) Canara Bank
8) Union Bank of India
9) ING VYSYS Bank
10) Standard Chartered Bank
11) Citibank

Please note that for the withdrawal of amounts less than INR 7000/-, there is a nominal fee of INR 50/- and above INR 7000/-, NO CHARGE at all. The funds shall be in your bank account with in 5-7 business days.

We would like to inform our pristine clients who are already enjoying the online payment integration through Paypal to just log in to your Paypal account and click the "Withdraw" link under My Account tab for details. And for those of you who are looking forward to integrate an online payment option in your business website or portal need not have to look any further and can start right away.

What you need to start is:

1) An Email Address
2) A Credit Card to verify your account without which you shall be restricted to withdraw only limited monthly funds.
3) A Bank account in any of the above banks.
4) And our support to integrate the payment system in your existing website/portal.

Isnít that great! So just let us know your queries and we will be happy to assist you with our services.

For any further information on Paypal, please visit www.paypal.com.


Posted on: Saturday, 1st December 2007 10:34 AM