Cash Management System
Payworld retailer outlets are also the touch points for collection of EMIs for many NBFCs across India. The process is initiated with customer providing valid details of his/her Loan/EMI Id like Loan No., Allotment Id, etc. on the basis of which transaction is done. Once the transaction is complete the customer receives confirmation on his/her mobile number. With over 200,000 active retail touch points across India, Payworld has reduced the gap between customers and NBFCs for the collection of EMIs.
Bharat Bill Payment System
Payworld portal allows its retailers to pay utility bills such as Electricity, Water, Gas, Fixed-line, Municipal Taxes etc. on behalf of the customers. They can walk up to their nearest Payworld retail touchpoint to use this service. As Payworld is a registered agent institution under Bharat Bill Payment System (BBPS), customers can avail these services for extended hours through its retail outlets. The transaction takes place in real time and immediately reflects in customer’s account. The convenience of paying multiple utility bills at one place gives our customers utmost satisfaction.
Recharging Mobile and Data Cards are now easier than ever. Retailers can quickly recharge Mobile and Data Cards of all operators through the Payworld portal. This facility provides customers with ease of access as they need to visit their nearest Payworld retail outlet instead of searching for their operator’s official store. Payworld’s integration with all major operators allows the recharges to happen on a real time basis.
The facility to recharge DTH plans is not limited to brand stores or operators. Payworld retailers can recharge their customers DTH for all major Direct To Home operators. Payworld’s tie-up with all of these operators and service providers enables retailers to provide quick and seamless recharge service on a real time basis. Customers need to walk to their nearest retail touchpoint and provide them with their DTH no.
Aadhar ATM is a digital payment system allowing monetary transactions using Aadhaar verification via biometrics. It has been developed by NPCI (National Payment Corporation of India), an umbrella body for RBI (Reserve Bank of India). Using the Aadhar Micro ATM, Aadhaar cardholders can complete any transaction efficiently with the help of their Unique Identification Number.