India
Check the requirements and validations made over the cashouts on India

Required fields

Field
Format
Description
login
String
Cashouts login
pass
String
Cashouts pass
external_id
String (max length: 100)
Transaction's ID on your end
document_id
Beneficiary's document ID
country
IN
currency
INR / USD
amount
Number with up to 2 decimals
Cashout amount
bank_account
Beneficiary's bank account
bank_branch
Beneficiary's IFSC
beneficiary_name
String (max length: 100)
Beneficiary's name

Bank Account Validations

Bank name
Bank code
Format
Regex
Example
Default
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Length between 9 and 18 inclusive
^[a-zA-Z0-9-.]{9,18}$
911010341747600, 9283749293

Bank Branch Validations

The IFSC is short for Indian Financial System Code and this 11 characters code helps identify the individual bank branches that participate in the various online money transfer options like NEFT and RTGS. For more information and how to find a IFSC, please click here.
Bank
Description
Regex
Example
All
IFSC
^[A-Z|a-z]{4}[0][a-zA-Z0-9]{6}$
IDIB000M322, ANDB0000345

Document Validations

Click here to check document types and validations.

Example Request

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{
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"login": "xxxxxxx",
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"pass": "xxxxxxx",
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"external_id": "30000000001",
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"document_id": "873839473",
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"beneficiary_name": "pruebaq",
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"country": "IN",
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"amount": 100,
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"currency": "INR",
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"bank_account": "234234323",
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"bank_branch": "IDIB000M322",
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"notification_url": "https://webhook.site/url",
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"type": "json"
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}
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Bank Codes

The bank_code in India is not mandatory, and it is retrieved from the IFSC sent in the bank_branch instead.
For the full and most up-to-date list of banks and its codes, please check the Cashout Bank Code endpoint.