Razorpay

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Raghavender Rao Jitta@jittarao · Founder of ConvertFox
When I first signed up for @razorpay, I was quite apprehensive esp. because they were just starting off back then and we also had to face a couple of issues while onboarding but their support team did a great job in dealing with all the issues we faced even at 2 in the morning. I am really glad to see you guys here. Keep up the good work :)
NemoMaker@captn3m0 · Master Namer
@jittarao Thanks for the kind words. We really mean it when we say we offer 24x7 support :)
Asad Dhamani@asaddhamani · Founder, Crestify
This seems really nice. The online payments market in India has been begging for a revolution for a long time now, and this seems like it could be it. Can we accept payments from international customers with Razorpay?
Nikhil Nigade@dezinezync · UI Engineer, Dezine Zync Studios.
@asaddhamani Their pricing page suggests so.
Harshil MathurMakerHiring@harshilmathur · Co Founder, Razorpay
@asaddhamani Yes, thats exactly what we feel. And yes, international payments are supported.
NemoMaker@captn3m0 · Master Namer
@asaddhamani Yes, we do support international payments, in both of our plans.
Asad Dhamani@asaddhamani · Founder, Crestify
@captn3m0 @asaddhamani I signed up and I saw you ask for a whole bunch of details compared to Stripe or PayPal. Is that due to RBI regulations?
Rudi MK@vectormein
@asaddhamani As it happens, yes. RBI rules do tend to take the fun out of it, but can't get anywhere without them.
Jai Pandya@jaipandya · Maker, Developer, Ex-LinkedIn/SlideShare
A satisfied customer here. We have been using RazorPay for a couple of months at our new born startup and the integration was really easy. The API/SDK is beautiful and simple, as it should be.
Haseeb Awan@haseeb · Founder, Efani
Cuz its YC company, you got my upvote !
Dim25@dim25 · Founder
Why not earlier? :) It was such a big pain before.. Any plans on API for cash payments in India? 'cash on delivery' is still huge.
Raghavender Rao Jitta@jittarao · Founder of ConvertFox
@dim25 I don't see why you want a payment gateway to implement a "cash on delivery" mode of payment? Unless, you want to pay 2-5% TDR for something that the payment gateway does nothing at all. You could implement it right away in your CRM by just collecting the required delivery information from the buyer and then delivering the goods/services and taking cash in return. An alternative to "cash on delivery" is the "release on delivery" model, where the payment is completed by the end-user but then the payment gateway holds the money in their system until the buyer approves it after verifying the delivered services/goods. If you are talking about this, then yes, you would need a payment gateway.
NemoMaker@captn3m0 · Master Namer
@jittarao @dim25 We did explore this area as well, but it was never a priority. We might get around to it if we find a good enough delivery partner someday.