How to transfer Money from PayPal directly into your Indian bank Account

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Let’s come to the topic if you already have an account with PayPal than you can directly withdraw or transfer money to your bank account in India. But before doing this you have to make some setup to your account that it sends money into your bank account. First of all check that your bank is listed in the Bank directory of PayPal.

Below is the list of Indian Banks supported by PayPal:

Axis (UTI) Bank, Bank of India, Canara Bank, Citibank, HDFC Bank, HSBC, ICICI Bank, ING VYSYA Bank, State Bank of India, Standard Chartered Bank, and Union Bank of India, oriental Bank of Commerce.

1. Now Login to your Account using your Email and password
2. Click on My account than point mouse pointer at Profile
3. It opens a Popup Click on Add/Edit Bank Account and click Add (Shown in Below Picture).

4. Enter your Indian bank account information such as bank name, account number and NEFT IFSC code.
5. Follow the instructions on your screen to confirm your account.

Now Your Will asks that what NEFT IFSC code is. NEFT stands for National Electronic Funds Transfer which PayPal uses this system. And IFSC (The Indian Financial System Code) is an alpha-numeric code specifically designed to identify branches of banks in India. Normally it is always printed on your bank cheque books but I refer to contact your bank to know your NEFT IFSC code and get the correct code. These codes are also listed at RBI website here.

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Rajesh Kanuri @ TechCats said...

Thanks for the infoI have posted a similar article with screeshots some time back.. check this for refernece..

Gurpreet Singh said...

@rajesh thanks for giving a comment on my blog every thing we come to know is already published on net So I shared it as I come to know thanks for your stop.

Ramkumar said...

Nice guide. I wish Paypal will start supporting my bank soon - Im using Indian Overseas Bank.

Iffiz Articles said...

Paypal sucks, you guys should start searching for other solutions.

Gurpreet Singh said...

@Iffiz Articles thanks for giving your suggestion so please would u like to tell us the alternates

uttoransen said...

yep, i had done this ages back when paypal had started this feature, before that i had to wait for months before the check reached me and again months to get the check cleared... but now all that is past, thanks to paypal the bank transfer is really cool :D

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