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  2. Cashnet - Wikipedia

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    Cashnet was officially launched in Mumbai on 21 May 2003, and is the first Independent nationwide-shared ATM network in India. Cashnet is India's largest private shared ATM network with IDBI Bank acting as the Settlement Bank. Members. The network has 14 member banks with an approximate network strength of 10,700+ ATMs. The member banks of ...

  3. Talk:Cashnet - Wikipedia

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    CASHNet - An online payment platform for universities in the U.S. from a company called Higher One Holdings (NYSE:ONE). CashNetUSA - A company providing online loans. Neither of these two companies currently have Wikipedia pages. Jjjjjjjjjj 08:34, 12 August 2016 (UTC)

  4. Unified Payments Interface - Wikipedia

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    Unified Payments Interface (UPI) is an instant real-time payment system developed by National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) facilitating inter-bank peer-to-peer (P2P) and person-to-merchant (P2M) transactions. The interface is regulated by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and works by instantly transferring funds between two bank accounts ...

  5. KoronaPay - Wikipedia

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    KoronaPay (Russian: Золотая Корона / Zolotaya Korona, literally - Golden Crown) is a Russian payment system that provides a range of consumer payment services, including Cash-2-Cash, Online Card-2-Cash, Online Card-2-Card money transfers, Online Card-2-Cash RUB-USD/EUR exchange service, loan repayments as well as b2b payment services for banks and organizations.

  6. PayPak - Wikipedia

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    PayPak. PayPak ( Urdu: پے پاک ‎) is a Pakistani domestic financial services and payment service launched by 1Link under the State Bank of Pakistan Vision 2020. Currently, 35 of the country's banks have adopted it. The reason to launch this domestic payment scheme was to save inter-change costs of International Payment Schemes.

  7. The Calcutta Bank (1824) - Wikipedia

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    The Calcutta Bank (1824) Not to be confused with Bank of Calcutta. The Calcutta Bank was a bank founded in the year 1824 in British India. The bank was the ninth oldest bank in India. The bank was merged with The Commercial Bank (1819) to form The Union Bank (1828) in 1828. Further, The Union Bank itself became defunct in 1848.

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