i am a SEO guy and making money in USD and GBP so using paypal as primary money transfer website but from last week they update their policies regarding money transfer in india.
it seems i got fucked, does anyone know how to withdraw funds in indian bank account instead of paypal ?
I want to say welcome to Hubpages but right now I'm trying to figure out what you're doing.
You're bouncing round the forum, asking question after question - have you thought to search the site or use the Learning Center, instead of spamming the forum with question after question? And the cussing. What's that about?
Come on - we're a great community here and helpful too but neither are we all your personal Yahoo Answers gurus. Give us a break.
i am surfing this website and finding too much new topics those i can't understand, thats why i am asking questions...
please accept my apologize for your inconvenience.
You are not inconveniencing me. Or anyone else. It's just your activity that's kinda bad mannered.
I understand if you're trying to work out how to earn money online, we all started somewhere. But slow down, read all the info in the http://learningcenter.hubpages.com/, don't drop links to your own site and I guess were I you I'd remove all that stuff about SEO on your profile.
If you're looking for business and anyone follows your activity you're going to look a little silly.
The learning center is a fantastic resource if you're new to SEO. Go and check it out.
Paypal has feature to add bank details in your profile. You need IFSC code of your bank's branch and account number. Once you set this up then withdrawal is just one click away. Alternatively you can also accept payments using alertpay, liberty reserve, entropay and web money.
but here is a restriction that we can't withdraw more then $500, thats the big problem...
That's not a big problem. Why don't you divide 500$ into small processable amount ?
will you suggest to use Moneybookers instead of Paypal ? just created account n MB...
I'm not aware of your business model or service. I can't tell you what's good for you because i'm not in your shoes. No matter which payment processor you'll choose the processed amount suggested by indian govt is 500$/transaction, which is applicable to you while working online.
you can use alertpay or any other money transferring methods to earn in # and £. What if paypal has limited our access but you can still earn 500$ in one time transaction.
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