BHIM (Bharat Interface for Money) is the Indian national project launched by the government of India. BHIM.io enables retail stores and taxi drivers to accept payment from customers using QR codes and does not charge any processing fees. BHIM.io web app enables retail stores and taxi drivers to accept payment from customers without any processing fees using QR codes.
BHIM (Bharat Interface for Money) is a government of India project launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2016 in order to lead the country into a cashless economy. Millions of Indians are using BHIM to pay for products and services every day. We will help you to accept payments from your clients using BHIM. Accepting payments from your clients using the BHIM app is easy, just enter your bank information, print the QR code, and display it in your shop or taxi. When your client scans the QR code and enters the amount, it reaches your bank account in minutes. Keep all your hard-earned money, BHIM is FREE to use.
Steps to get paid:
"¢ Register to bhim.io
"¢ Provide your VPA
"¢ Print your QR code
"¢ Get paid
People can download the app for free on Android phones. As of April of 2017, more than two million Indians are using the app to make payments every day.
Merchants, shopkeepers, and taxis can accept payment from BHIM app users. All you need to start is your bank account information and Virtual Payment Address (VPA). Your bank can help you to set up a VPA free of cost if you do not have one. You can post the code near your shop
or in your taxi to accept payment. If you do not have a printer nearby, we can even send you a printed code to paste in your shop. When a user scans the QR code, money from your customer's bank account will go to your bank account directly. Based on your bank, you might get an SMS saying you received money. BHIM does not deduct any commissions or transaction fees. So, if you charge Rs 100.00 your account will receive Rs 100.00.
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