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What is the Importance of Swift Code of Banks

A proper Swift Code is necessary for any type of money transfer done by the bank. The importance of the Swift Code is immense, especially during online electronic transfer,...

What is the difference between IFSC and MICR Code

The Concept of IFSC

IFSC Code stands for Indian Finance System Code. This is the code that defines the branch of the respective bank to which one transfers money to. For example,...

What is the Structure of IFSC Code

Components of an IFSC

The Indian Financial System Code or the IFSC Code as it is commonly called, is a unique identification given to every branch of a particular bank so that...

What are the Advantages of IFSC Code

IFSC or the Indian Financial System Code is an alphanumeric code of 11 characters that is given to each and every branch of all the banks that are part of the National Electronic Fund Transfer network....

Why IFSC Code is Required to Transfer Money

IFSC stands for Indian Financial System code issued by the Apex Bank- the Reserve Bank of India to identify a branch of each bank. Each participating bank in NEFT and RTGS system is issued such a code...

Check out the types of electronic funds transfer in India

With the emergence and growth of mobile banking and internet along with the emergence of e-commerce opportunities, even banks introducing new concept of EFT (electronic fund transfer). Electronic funds...

MoneyOnMobile Enables Mobile Money Order via SMS

Mobile payment solutions have made life easier for many people who use data packs on their handsets and use the same for e-commerce business transactions. In an innovative move, moneyonmobile, one of...

Unified Payment Interface Another Real Time Funds Transfer Interface

Another leading and remarkable revolution in the field of funds transfer that allows you to transfer funds through mobile will be launched by the National Payment Corporation...

What to be Done if You Transfer Funds to the Wrong Account

Every year there are millions of rupees sent to wrong accounts, especially when the customers try to transfer funds electronically. The account number of receiver and IFSC...