Paypal Problem...(India)

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Hi friends,

I created a paypal account but it seems that my debit card is not verified by the Paypal . When i contacted my bank they said that our debit cards ("Indian Overseas Bank") cannot be used for paypal transaction.

So could you please suggest me a bank in India whose debit card is accepted by Paypal...

Thank U
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  • Profile picture of the author seasoned
    As I recall, paypal accepts *****ANY***** debit card! But they need to make sure it is YOURS, so you have to enter two codes to PROVE it! The problem is that those two codes are sent to you in the form of deposits. You have to enter those two.

    Of course, paypal had a falling out of sorts with the indian government, a while back. HERE is a message that explains it!

    PayPal in India is ‘Close to Dead’

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    • Profile picture of the author Faisal66
      Thanks soo much for the information guys...

      It was really soo much helpful.....

      Hats off to you...
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  • Profile picture of the author salegurus
    Look what a little searching turned up :rolleyes:

    Originally Posted by powerofschool View Post

    Hi dude,

    you can add any Indian Nationalized Bank in to paypal .

    Like Sbi, ICICI, Axis bank or any other.

    And then paypal confirms your bank account by sending some small amount into it.

    So that you can confirm your bank account.

    And than you can with draw your money from Paypal to your bank account.

    It takes 5-7 working days to credit in to your account.

    If you have any more queries, you can ask me.
    Originally Posted by powerofschool View Post

    You can add debit card to paypal .

    Not a problem .

    If you add Credit Card that will be so easy to verify account.

    But still you can add Debit card too and can verify as I said above.
    Originally Posted by sarkar1990 View Post

    Hi,
    I have actually done the same.
    I have verified Paypal using a debit card. That took me around 6 days. I mainly use it for Fiverr and to accept payment from other clients. Its simple and hassle-free. The money is usually transferred to my account within 3 days. I am usin Union Bank of India.
    Originally Posted by headmaster211 View Post

    No bank provides debit card that you can with Paypal. You'll need a credit card to make payments via Paypal.

    Or else, you can open a savings account with HDFC, (10k min balance), activate internet banking, you can the create VCC (Virtual Credit Card) that you can use with Paypal.

    The other option is make a fixed deposit if certain amount and ask the bank for a credit card against fixed deposit.

    You can find more info on internet. Just Google it!
    Originally Posted by renukoot View Post

    If you want to verify your account, you can do that by adding a Bank Account also. They will deposit 2 small amounts in your bank, you just need to confirm those amounts and your account will be verified.

    Else use VCC through HDFC or ICICI Bank. It will work also.

    For Purchase you need to link your credit card with your PayPal account.
    Originally Posted by Rohit00033 View Post

    None of the debit cards can be attached with paypal.
    All you gotta do is just give Rs.25000 or more to HDFC or ICICI and ask them for Credit card against that fixed deposit.
    Thats alll u can send money by using that credit card.
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  • Profile picture of the author talfighel
    I read in another thread around this forum that you PayPal will not allow users from India to use their system.

    I don't get it because there are a lot of businesses online that do business in India.
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  • Profile picture of the author preets
    I am using paypal since 2006 without problem , just add a valid credit card and PAN details and your account will be verified within 10 days.
    Pls call their customer care and get the exact information about your account.
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    • Profile picture of the author Faisal66
      Originally Posted by preets View Post

      I am using paypal since 2006 without problem , just add a valid credit card and PAN details and your account will be verified within 10 days.
      Pls call their customer care and get the exact information about your account.
      where are you from..??

      What bank are you using..?/
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    I am from Delhi and using ICICI bank
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  • Profile picture of the author midhunraj53
    Well,I am an Indian too.I am using State Bank Of india's debit card.It works fine.
    Our bank authorities don't know much about paypal system as far as i know.Contact paypal via twitter.
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  • Profile picture of the author YasirYar
    I think this is no longer an issue as Paypal is available even to India right now, all you have to do is find the best debit card to verify your account with. I hope this helps.
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    • Profile picture of the author Arunabh Singh
      Originally Posted by Faisal66 View Post

      Hi friends,

      I created a paypal account but it seems that my debit card is not verified by the Paypal . When i contacted my bank they said that our debit cards ("Indian Overseas Bank") cannot be used for paypal transaction.

      So could you please suggest me a bank in India whose debit card is accepted by Paypal...

      Thank U
      I have successfully used HDFC, ICICI & AXIS Bank's debit card with paypal. However, all my cards were International Debit Cards and were registered with Verified by Visa or MasterCard SecureCode.

      I have also heard from few others that SBI debit cards work with Paypal as well.

      Originally Posted by talfighel View Post

      I read in another thread around this forum that you PayPal will not allow users from India to use their system.

      I don't get it because there are a lot of businesses online that do business in India.
      Thats not true, a significant part of Paypal's business comes from India. They are expanding their business here.

      PayPal to expand foot-prints in India - Latest IT News, Computer vendors in India, IT Blogs, IT industry in India : Latest IT News

      Originally Posted by YasirYar View Post

      I think this is no longer an issue as Paypal is available even to India right now, all you have to do is find the best debit card to verify your account with. I hope this helps.
      This is still an issue because not all debit cards issued by Indian Banks works with Paypal.
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  • Profile picture of the author lakshaybehl
    Use HDFC Bank or Kotak Mahindra.

    Use their Netsafe/Netcard facility to generate a small $2 card and verify your PayPal account.
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