Admin/Author Admin/Author: Subrato Paul, owner of GoldenTwine Informatics founded in April 2003, lives in Kolkata, India. He is a freelance website designer, Internet marketer, social media enthusiast, and blogger. He writes in his blogs and as a guest writer about marketing and social media, eCommerce, website design and development, and his website.
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  1. Sam
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  2. Thomas Bergel
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    The trouble has originated from the Reserve Bank of India. I'm unable to understand the benefit that the bank is seeking to realize from these restrictions. It does seem to be unfair and punitive to Indian business and against the best interest of the people of India. You would think the bank would seek to make trade easier and more convenient. As India is a democracy, I would definitely bring the matter to the attention of the officials who may have some influence in the matter. It is often bureaucratic bungling and not intelligent regulation that is responsible in these matters. It is possible that PayPal has misinterpreted the banks intention. In that case it might be prudent to investigate AlertPay or others as a possible alternative.

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