Thursday, June 08, 2006

India’s first e-Wallet launched

India’s first e-Wallet, Wallet365.com has been formally launched on Wednesday. Times of India group’s Managing Director along with Amitabh Bachchan formally launched Wallet365.com at a glittering ceremony in Mumbai.

Wallet365.com is a revolutionary service that enables secure electronic payments. Users can send money to anyone, receive money from anyone, or make payments to businesses. Wallet365.com will also ease payments for online shopping and utility bills. Using Wallet365.com the user can store money electronically.

Wallet365.com is safe and secure for its users. It is 128 bit encrypted and VeriSign certified. Customers are often averse to e-commerce and using credit cards online fearing financial loss. Wallet365.com takes e-commerce beyond credit cards and all financial details are protected during transactions. Customers can use any bank account on Wallet365.com.

Customers can log on and sign up for a FREE e-Wallet account with Wallet365.com and experience the “Future of Money”.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Priyank said...

I just read on a blog that Wallet365 is now banned by the overnment.

http://www.webyantra.net/2006/07/18/rbi-plays-spoilsports-with-wallet365/

It ended before starting.

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