If you make a wrong payment online, call this number your money will be returned

Digital payment systems have become an important part of our everyday lives. With its advent, it has become quite easy, there is no need to run to the bank ATM every day, and online transactions are done instantly sitting at home. But sometimes in case of wrong payment, we may face the problem of how to get our money back. In this article, you will learn how to get back the wrongly paid amount.

If you make an online payment to the wrong account then there is no need to worry because you can get the amount back. For this, you will have to register a complaint on the helpline number and then go to the bank and fill out a form for account-related information. This complaint has to be made within three days of payment. If payment is made on the wrong number, then first complain 18001201740. After this, you will have to go to the bank and fill out the form. If the bank refuses, the complaint can also be made through email. For this, you can use this website ‘bankingombudsman.rbi.org.in’.

The prevalence of digital payments has increased in the country in the last 4-5 years. People have been doing transactions on UPI for the last 3-4 years but many mistakes have also come to light in this transaction. In a hurry, UPI goes to the wrong number due to which the money reaches someone else’s bank account. And then many people have to face problems if they do not get that amount. Therefore, there is a need to be careful while using UPI.

UPI Payment (Unified Payments Interface) is a digital payment system that aims to streamline payment processes in India. This system can be used for snacks, meals, shopping, and other transactions. It is operated by the Reserve Bank of India and managed by the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI).

UPI payment has simplified the payment process. It is extremely easy to use and promotes faster transactions. Linking UPI payments to your mobile number is safe and easy, eliminating the need to remember bank details again and again.

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