Working Debit Cards method with PayPal

Working Debit Cards method with PayPal

We are getting 5 new e-mails from Indian clients that they are not able to make payment using PayPal just because of they are not accepting Indian debit cards due to RBI restriction on international transaction. I have seen on many blogs that they have written about getting credit card to use in your paypal account however I wouldn’t say that to get credit card only for paypal usages as there are lots of Debit Cards working with any international payments.Working Debit Cards method with PayPal.

Why PayPal is not accepting your Debit Cards?

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has strict policy with non Indian payment processors like PayPal, Payza, etc because there processors works with 2D payment terminal so its beneficial for us that RBI protecting our Debit Cards for unauthorized translations.Working Debit Cards method with PayPal

Which Debit Cards works with PayPal?

Well I think most of private bankers in India supports international payments however you can not use your debit card comes with Instant kit. You’ll need a special debit card for that for example I am using Axis Bank Titanium reward Chip based debit card and its working just fine with PayPal, Digital Ocean, eBay, Amazon etc.

How to Get Chip based Debit Card?

Every private banks like Axis, HDFC, ICICI, IOB, Induslnd, etc has option to get chip based debit cards with many other features. All you have to do is apply for card in your home branches in any of these banks and you’ll get your kit within 7 working days.

Now visit own ATM to activate your debit card and add your mobile number and PAN card with your saving account. After activating you need to call customer care service of your bank and ask them to activate international translations for your chip based debit card but make sure that agents will not help if you asking to activate these service on non chip based cards.

International payments with be enabled within 24 working hours after submitting your application. After that your card is ready to use with PayPal, Payza, Skrill, etc.

Note: If you have any query regarding this method feel free to comment bellow and I’ll try my level best to answer your query as soon as possible.

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