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How Merchants Can Accept Payments At 0% Charge Using Paytm QR

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- Accept Paytm, UPI and Card payments directly into your bank account at 0% charges
- No monthly acceptance limit

Paytm QR now lets merchants accept Paytm, UPI & Card Payments directly into their Bank Account at 0%. Also, there is no monthly limit on accepting payments from customers. This will in turn make it easier for small and large merchants to accept mobile payments from a wider set of customers, and boost their businesses. It will also give more choice and convenience to consumers as they can now scan Paytm QR at merchant stores and pay using their preferred payment methods.

Here’s how to generate Paytm QR instantly
Give a missed call on +919004790047 or follow these steps: 
- Log on to and click on Sign up for free
Enter Name & PAN or Aadhar Number

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Fill in Business & Bank details, and Paytm QR is instantly generated
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- Merchants can print the QR and put it up in their shops, and start accepting Paytm
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Paytm QR has eliminated the need for additional spends on POS machines for merchants and has been supporting them in their day-to-day business. Currently, Paytm offers customers the widest range of offline and in-store payment use-cases including parking, tolls, kirana stores, utility, temples, local transport, railway & metros, school & college fee and challan among others.

Paytm is India’s largest mobile first financial services platform offering payments, banking, lending and insurance. Paytm pioneered and is the leader of QR based mobile payments in India. With the launch of Paytm Payments Bank, the company aims to bring banking and financial services to 500 million un-served and under-served Indians. Paytm is founded by Vijay Shekhar Sharma and is headquartered in the National Capital Region, India. The company’s investors include Softbank, SAIF Partners, Alibaba Group and Ant Financial.

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