What facilities are provided by the Payment Banks?
1. Fixed Deposits
2. Debit Cards
3. Credit Cards
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Payment Banks: Scope of activities
Payment banks can accept demand deposits. This implies that customers can open savings accounts as well as current accounts; but NO time deposits (such as FDs).
- An account balance cannot exceed Rs. 1 Lakh for an individual customer.
- Payment Banks can issue ATM/debit cards but not credit cards.
- Payment Banks can NOT give loans.
- Payments and remittance services through various channels.
A payment bank can become Banking Correspondent of another bank and offer all products / services which a BC can offer.
Payment Banks can distribute non-risk sharing financial products like mutual fund units and insurance products, etc.
The revenue of these banks would come mainly from the transaction fees.
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