RBI Doubled Prepaid wallet Limit to Rs 20,000 to Help Small Merchants. Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Tuesday doubled the balance that can be kept in prepaid wallets and cards to 20,000 rupees ($292) to help small merchants get paid electronically after the government withdrew high value bills.
The Reserve Bank of India also said merchants can transfer up to 50,000 rupees per month from these so-called semi-closed prepaid payment instruments to their bank accounts. The relaxation will be applicable until Dec. 30, the RBI said. Indian businesses have been badly hit with buyers and sellers left with very little cash following the demonetisation. ($1 = 68.4500 Indian rupees)
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Special measures to incentivise Electronic Payments –
(i) Enhancement in issuance limits for Pre-Paid Payment Instruments (PPIs) in India
(ii) Special measures for merchants
Following the withdrawal of legal tender characteristics of existing ₹ 500/- and ₹ 1000/- Bank Notes (Specified Bank Notes – SBN), in order to facilitate the adoption of digital payments, it has been considered necessary to introduce the following special measures in partial modification of Master Circular DPSS.CO.PD.PPI.No.01/02.14.006/2016-17 dated July 01, 2016 on Issuance and Operation of Pre-paid Payment Instruments in India.
(i) Enhancement in PPI limits:
The limit of semi-closed Prepaid Payment Instrument (PPI) that can be issued under Para 7.2 (i) of the Master Circular on issuance and operations of PPIs in India has now been enhanced from ₹ 10,000/- to ₹ 20,000/- .
The total value of reloads during any given month shall also not exceed ₹ 20,000/-
All other extant instructions in this regard shall remain unchanged.
(ii) Special dispensation for merchants:
As per the extant PPI guidelines, merchants are defined as establishments who accept the PPIs issued by PPI issuer against the sale of goods and services. As a special dispensation for small merchants, PPI issuers can now issue PPIs to such merchants subject to the following:
Merchants shall give a self-declaration in respect of their merchant status and details of their own bank account, which shall be kept on record by the issuer.
PPIs can be issued to such willing merchants only after due verification and validation of their bank account details.
Inflows of funds / credit to such PPIs shall emanate only from sale transactions of the merchant.
While there is no minimum balance requirement, the maximum value in these PPIs shall not exceed ₹ 20,000/- at any point of time.
Funds transfer from such PPIs are permitted only to the merchant’s own linked bank account and upto an amount of ₹ 50,000/- per month, without any limit per transaction.
PPI issuers shall clearly identify such PPIs in their systems for the purpose of maintenance of escrow, reporting and MIS requirements.
2. The above measures shall come into effect from the date of this circular and shall be applicable till December 30, 2016, subject to review.
3. The directive is issued under Section 10(2) read with Section 18 of Payment and Settlement Systems Act 2007, (Act 51 of 2007).
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