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Money Transfer API

Getting your money where you need it has never been easier. We offer a variety of options to move your money, fast. Like Domestic Money Transfer (DMT) benefit is an enormous market in India which got much more lift with current increment in advanced exchanges. The most vital part of a Money Transfer framework is a sheltered and secure application with perfect ongoing combination of NEFT and IMPS APIs.

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Money Transfer API

Erupaiya has always been a pioneer in introducing various technology initiatives in the Banking Industry and has a decade long experience in developing and integrating APIs. The Bank offers a robust API Banking platform, extending various APIs services to various Erupaiya, Corporates and Technology companies. The platform helps to readily access various banking services through APIs, in an open and secure environment. Erupaiya to integrate APIs that paves way to innovate new products technologically solve various challenges.

Domestic Money Transfer Service (DMTS) based on IMPS/NEFT technology is one of the services most in demand today in India. Become DMTS agent/retailer to remit money on behalf of your customers. Vast segments of the population still do not have access to basic banking services. The density of banks in rural or semi urban area is still very low.

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  • Best Margin
 
Money transfer API

APIs for instant Money transfer, anytime & anywhere

Erupaiya money transfer API allows your retailers to turn their shop into mini bank. Customers who need assistance for transferring money using cash can visit these retailer shops. Integrate with us to increase the growth of your business and that of your retailers.

Real Time Update

Real Time Update

Your retailers can use this feature to let customers transfer money to any bank account by paying in cash.

24*7 Online Support

24*7 Online Support

Retailers can print transaction-receipt for their customers to give them a sense of safety

Seamless Integration

Seamless Integration

Earn commission for every cash-deposit, cash-withdrawal or balance-inquiry that happens at your retaile

 
Auto Response Update

Auto Response Update

Erupaiya Provide the safety and Security to Every accounts. We use HTTPS URL for every transaction.

Ledger Reports

Ledger Reports

Our Sur-Charges are very Competitive in Market and you can earn more profits from customers. 

Best Margin

Best Margin

We support all Banks approved from RBI India. We support Public as well as Private & Co-op Banks.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is API money transfer?

A payment API (or application programming interface) provides open banking and is the key to finding reliable money transfer services.

What are the benefits of API banking?

Open Banking APIs increase the appeal of a bank and enable them to meet the changing demands of existing customers as well as appeal to prospective customers. These APIs can also serve as a unique way to increase customer engagement and attend to customer needs in a secure, agile, and future-proof method.

How does an API work?

API stands for “Application Programming Interface.” An API is a software intermediary that allows two applications to talk to each other. In other words, an API is the messenger that delivers your request to the provider that you’re requesting it from and then delivers the response back to you.

What are the types of API?

There are four widely agreed-upon types of web APIs: open APIs, partner APIs, internal APIs, and composite APIs.
  • Open APIs. Open APIs, also known as public APIs or external APIs, are available to use by any developer. …
  • Partner APIs. …
  • Internal APIs. …
  • Composite APIs. …
  • REST. …
  • SOAP. …
  • RPC.

What is API example?

API is the acronym for Application Programming Interface, which is a software intermediary that allows two applications to talk to each other. Each time you use an app like Facebook, send an instant message, or check the weather on your phone, you’re using an API.

How an API is created?

The work can be broadly divided into three steps: Write a request handlerInstall it as a LambdaCreate an API in API Gateway, and connect the Lambda to a resource and method.

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