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How to Transfer money in minutes through WhatsApp, know all details

Pritam Kashyap
Pritam Kashyap
How to Transfer money in minutes through WhatsApp, know all details

Now you can transfer money through WhatsApp like Google Pay, Phone Pay. This service is currently available in ten languages. According to a PTI report, the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) has asked WhatsApp to make this facility available to only 2 crore users.

At the start of this service, you can send money to anyone anywhere and anytime. So let's know how to start this service.

Create an account on WhatsApp payment feature like this:

>>First of all, go to google play store or Apple app store and update WhatsApp. Now go to WhatsApp settings.

>> Now scroll down and click on the payment option.

>> Now the bank's list will appear on the screen.

>> After selecting the name of the bank, verify your mobile number linked to the bank

>> For this, tap on the option to verify via SMS.

>> Make sure that your WhatsApp number and the number linked to the bank account are the same.

>> After this process, details of your bank account will be added to the Successful app.

In this way, money transfer through WhatsApp:

>> After your bank account details are added, you are ready to send and receive money.

>> Now open any contact you want to send, go to the payment option.

>> Select the person to transfer the money from the bank account.

>> Enter the amount and enter the UPI pin to complete the transaction.

Keep these things in mind by using WhatsApp payment:

1- WhatsApp will never ask you for any payment related or banking information for setting payment on WhatsApp number.

2- If someone claims to help you to set WhatsApp payment through a call or message, then beware of such call-message.

3- WhatsApp payment does not have an official customer care number, so do not search for customer care number for any problem related to WhatsApp payment on Google.
4- Contact your bank for any transaction related problem on WhatsApp payment.
5- If you get a payment request on WhatsApp, then before clicking on the 'Pay' button, see if you want to transfer money to that request.
6- Do not share your card details, OTP or UPI PIN with anyone for payment on WhatsApp. This can cause banking fraud with you.

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