Need a payment gateway for your business?

Here’s quick guide to help you with documents required and onboarding compliance tips for Nimbbl checkout with multiple payment gateways

Document checklist for Nimbbl Checkout Services

Please find the list of documents required as per your business entity for accepting payments with Nimbbl
List of Documents For Private Limited/Public Limited
  • Proof for Business ID - Certificate of Incorporation
  • Proof of Business Existence - Company PAN
  • Proof of Business working - Current account statement for three months or whichever amount of time from the activation of the account.
  • Proof of Identity of Business Owners and Authorized Signatory: Government approved Authorized Signatory identity proof (Like Aadhar card/Voter Card/DL/Passport etc.)
  • Board Resolution / Authorisation Letter for the Signing Authority duly signed and stamped by at least two Directors / Trustee /Members
The above are also relevant for Trust/Society and would require the following additional documents
  • Form 80G
  • Form 12A
  • Society Registration Certificate
  • Trust Act Certificate issued from Government for Trust
  • Proof for Business ID - Any one of these - Sales Tax Registration OR VAT Registration OR Shops and Establishments Certificate OR Trade License, TIN.
  • Proof of Business working - Current account statement for three months or whichever amount of time from the activation of the account.
  • Proof of Identity of Business Owners - Income Tax Registration (PAN Card).
  • Proof of address of Business Owners - Government approved Identity and address Proof of Proprietor (Like personal Aadhar card/Voter Card/DL/Passport.)
  • Proof of Business Identity - Any one of these Sales Tax Registration OR VAT /TIN Registration OR Shops and Establishments Certificate OR Trade License.
  • Proof of Business Existence - Company PAN
  • Proof of Business working - Current account statement for three months or whichever amount of time from the activation of the account.
  • Proof of Identity of Business Owners and Authorized Signatory: Government approved Authorized Signatory identity proof (Like Aadhar card/Voter Card/DL/Passport etc.)
  • Authorization letter for the Signing Authority duly signed and stamped by at least two partners.
  • Business Registration Proof: Trust Reg Cert/Notarized copy of the Trust Deed.
  • Business PAN: PAN Card in the name of the registered NGO.
  • 3 months bank account statements in the name of the registered business.
  • Both sides of Passport/Aadhaar/Election Id Card/DL of the Authorized Signatory.
  • Form 80G (Issued by the Income Tax Dept)
  • FCRA registration certificate (If accepting foreign donations)
  • Trust Registration Certificate(if the university is operated under a Trust)
  • The affiliation certificate will work
  • PAN Card of the university
  • Cancelled Cheque
  • address proof of authorised signatory of the university
  • PAN of authorised signatory
Standard guidelines to be followed for every document:
  • All documents need to be signed and stamped by an authorized signatory
  • Documents uploaded should be clear and valid
  • Supported format of documents are jpg, png, PDF
  • Photo should be taken from front and information should be clearly visible
  • Documents should not be handwritten
  • GST certificate required for companies with turnover more than ₹20 lacs

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Onboarding Checklist for accepting online payments

Here’s a quick guide to help you with risk and compliance approvals during your onboarding process as per the RBI guidelines here
  1. About Us

    This page must include all your business details, most importantly those listed below

    1. Mission statement
    2. A brief company description
    3. Corporate history
      This page should clearly state why people must buy your product or get this service from you, what is it that sets you apart. You can share your brand/company story, talk about founders and your values.
  2. Make sure you include all the relevant details, including

    1. Your business phone number and email id
    2. A short contact form using fields that’ll help you understand who’s contacting you
    3. Easy to find, so that a visitor can instantly get in touch should they need to
    4. Explain why someone should contact you, and describe how you can help solve your visitors’ problems
    5. If available, add links to your social media accounts like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn to give visitors a way to engage with you
  3. The ideal catalogue is a good mix of all the below mentioned points

    1. Showcase product and services in a visually appealing way
    2. Product image
    3. Product description
    4. Product pricing
  4. A privacy policy is a statement that indicates a firm’s or website’s policy on receiving and releasing information about a visitor. It needs to be clear and straightforward.

    1. Personal data - reveal the types of personal data your site or app collects and how it is collected
    2. How and why you use the information - Explain to your users how this data collection can benefit them and how it is used by your business
    3. Whether you distribute their personal data to anyone else and under what conditions you do
    4. Rights of users
  5. Users must be able to view and follow these or else all your efforts go in waste.

    1. Make consumers accept the TnC agreement at signup or login
    2. If you entertain advertisements from third parties, you should disclose those relationships even if you are not paid for them
    3. Subscription services (like SaaS apps) must incorporate payment terms in their Terms & Conditions
    4. The termination clause contains your capacity to administer the Terms & Conditions
  6. The following vital information must be included in your policy

    1. How can a customer initiate a return?
    2. In how many days customers have to initiate a return to get it
    3. Terms of returns (must be unworn, in original packaging, etc.)
    4. Limitations on returnable items (no returns on software or undergarments, etc.)
    5. What form you provide a refund in (the primary mode of payment, store credit only, etc.)
    6. If you or the customer pays return shipping costs
    7. If you have any restocking or other fees, you deduct from refunds
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