Now affiliates from India may also setup direct deposit to bank
Previously, Payment Method for non-USA affiliates was only Check via Postal Mail. This resulted in considerable delay in receiving the payment in hand. But now, affiliates from India may also setup direct deposit to bank.
Get closer to your prospects, customers, fans and followers on Google+
Google+, a social network powered by the search engine giant Google, was launched on June 28 2011. Since then businesses were keenly waiting to create a business page to develop relationships with their prospects, customers, fans and followers on Google+. At last, Google announced the release of Google+ business pages on November 7, 2011.
Add a purpose code, PAN, and bank account in India to your PayPal account
Changes to PayPal User Agreement for India took place with effect from March 1, 2011. From now on all PayPal users in India will be required to add a purpose code, PAN, and bank account in India to their PayPal account in order to continue to receive export-related payments and withdraw money.
How it affects the small business India PayPal users the most
Changes to PayPal User Agreement for India with effect from March 1, 2011 affect small business India users of PayPal the most as they receive micro-payments. They are forced to transfer their PayPal balance to their local Bank accounts as soon as they reach $10 USD and pay a fees as high as more than 10%.
Inconvenience caused to India PayPal users due to upcoming changes
Once again India users of PayPal like me received an email from PayPal on January 29, 2011 announcing upcoming changes to payPal User Agreement for India with effect from March 1, 2011. This time the problem is much more serious.
Withdraw funds from PayPal account to Indian bank account with ease
If you are a new India user of PayPal, or planning to open an account, here is a complete step by step guide to how to withdraw funds from your PayPal account, and especially into your bank account. Procedures described in this article are specially meant for India users but anyone else could have a general guidance.