Bank Transfer on Custom Checkout

Know how to integrate bank transfer as a payment method on Razorpay Custom Checkout.


You can now accept payments from customers in the form of online bank transfers using the Razorpay Custom Checkout.

  1. Customer selects bank transfer as the payment method on Checkout.
  2. A Customer Identifier is created with the bank account number and IFSC details and displayed to the customer.
  3. The customer copies these details and makes a netbanking payment from their online banking portal.

These Customer Identifiers are linked to the bank account you have registered with Razorpay. The payments are settled in your account as per the settlement schedule.

Feature Request

  • This is an on-demand feature. Please raise a request with our to get this feature activated on your Razorpay account.
  • Watch this video to know how to raise a feature enablement request on the Razorpay Dashboard.
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Order is an important step in the payment process.

  • An order should be created for every payment.
  • You can create an order using the . It is a server-side API call. Know how to Orders API.
  • The order_id received in the response should be passed to the checkout. This ties the order with the payment and secures the request from being tampered.

You can create an order:

  • Using the sample code on the Razorpay Postman Public Workspace.
  • By manually integrating the API sample codes on your server.

You can use the Postman workspace below to create an order:

Handy Tips

Under the Authorization section in Postman, select Basic Auth and add the Key Id and secret as the Username and Password, respectively.

You can create an order manually by integrating the API sample codes on your server.

Use this endpoint to create an order using the Orders API.

POST
/orders
curl -X POST https://api.razorpay.com/v1/orders
-U [YOUR_KEY_ID]:[YOUR_KEY_SECRET]
-H 'content-type:application/json'
-d '{
"amount": 500,
"currency": "INR",
"receipt": "qwsaq1",
"partial_payment": true,
"first_payment_min_amount": 230,
"notes": {
"key1": "value3",
"key2": "value2"
}
}'
{
"id": "order_IluGWxBm9U8zJ8",
"entity": "order",
"amount": 5000,
"amount_paid": 0,
"amount_due": 5000,
"currency": "INR",
"receipt": "rcptid_11",
"offer_id": null,
"status": "created",
"attempts": 0,
"notes": [],
"created_at": 1642662092
}

Request Parameters

amount

mandatory

integer The transaction amount, expressed in the currency subunit. For example, for an actual amount of ₹299.35, the value of this field should be 29935.

currency

mandatory

string The currency in which the transaction should be made. Refer to the

. Length must be of 3 characters.

receipt

optional

string Your receipt id for this order should be passed here. Maximum length is 40 characters.

notes

optional

json object Key-value pair that can be used to store additional information about the entity. Maximum 15 key-value pairs, 256 characters (maximum) each. For example, "note_key": "Beam me up Scotty”.

partial_payment

optional

boolean Indicates whether the customer can make a partial payment. Possible values:

  • true: The customer can make partial payments.
  • false (default): The customer cannot make partial payments.

first_payment_min_amount

optional

integer Minimum amount that must be paid by the customer as the first partial payment. For example, if an amount of ₹7,000 is to be received from the customer in two installments of #1 - ₹5,000, #2 - ₹2,000, then you can set this value as 500000. This parameter should be passed only if partial_payment is true.

Response Parameters

Descriptions for the response parameters are present in the

parameters table.

Error Response Parameters

The error response parameters are available in the

.

Use the method fetchVirtualAccount to create and fetch the virtual account details. The method is called with the following data.

var data = {
order_id: 'order_CuEzONfnOI86Ab',// Replace with Order ID generated in Step 1
customer_id: "cust_1Aa00000000004",
notes: {
address: 'Ground Floor, SJR Cyber, Laskar Hosur Road, Bengaluru',
}
};
razorpay.fetchVirtualAccount(data)
.then((response) => {
console.log(response)
})
.catch((error) => {
//
});

order_id

_mandatorystring The unique identifier of the order created in the previous step.

customer_id

optional

string The unique identifier of the customer. Learn how to create a customer using the

. This parameter is mandatory if you want to associate the virtual account with a specific customer.

notes

optional

object Key-value pair that can be used to store additional information about the entity. Maximum 15 key-value pairs, 256 characters (maximum) each. For example, "note_key": "Beam me up Scotty”.

id

string The unique identifier of the virtual account.

name

string The merchant billing label as it appears on the Razorpay Dashboard.

entity

string Indicates the type of entity. Here, it is virtual account.

status

string Indicates whether the virtual account is in active or closed state.

description

string A brief description about the virtual account.

amount_paid

integer The amount paid by the customer.

notes

json object Any custom notes you might want to add to the virtual account can be entered here. Refer

to learn more.

customer_id

string Unique identifier of the customer to whom the virtual account is linked. Refer the

section to learn more.

receivers

json object Configuration of desired receivers for the virtual account.

id

string The unique identifier of the virtual bank account or virtual UPI ID. Sample IDs for:

  • virtual bank account
  • ba_Di5gbQsGn0QSz3
  • virtual UPI ID
  • vpa_CkTmLXqVYPkbxx.

entity

string Name of the entity. Possible values:

  • bank_account
  • vpa

ifsc

string The IFSC for the virtual bank account created. For example, RAZR0000001. This parameter appears in the response only when bank_account is passed as the receiver type.

bank_name

string The bank associated with the virtual bank account. For example, RBL Bank. This parameter appears in the response only when bank_account is passed as the receiver type.

account_number

string The unique account number provided by the bank. For example, 1112220061746877. This parameter appears in the response only when bank_account is passed as the receiver type.

name

string The merchant billing label as it appears on the Razorpay Dashboard. This parameter appears in the response only when bank_account is passed as the receiver type.

notes

json object Any custom notes you might want to add to the virtual bank account or virtual UPI ID can be entered here. Refer

to learn more. This parameter appears in the response only when bank_account is passed as the receiver type.

username

string The UPI ID consists of the username and the bank handle. The username consists of the namespace (assigned by the bank to Razorpay), the merchant prefix (which can be customised by you) and the descriptor (which you provide to identify the customer). The unique identifier which forms the first half of the virtual UPI ID. For example, rpy.payto00000gaurikumari. This parameter appears in the response only when vpa is passed as the receiver type.

handle

string The bank name that forms the second half of the virtual UPI ID. For example, icici. This parameter appears in the response only when vpa is passed as the receiver type.

address

string The UPI ID that combines the username and the handle with the @ symbol. For example, rpy.payto00000gaurikumari@icici. This parameter appears in the response only when vpa is passed as the receiver type.

close_by

integer UNIX timestamp at which the virtual account is scheduled to be automatically closed. The time must be at least 15 minutes after the current time. The date range can be set till 2147483647 in UNIX timestamp format (equivalent to Tuesday, January 19, 2038 8:44:07 AM GMT+05:30).

Handy Tips

Any request beyond 2147483647 UNIX timestamp will fail.

closed_at

integer UNIX timestamp at which the virtual account is automatically closed.

created_at

integer UNIX timestamp at which the virtual account was created.

Handy Tips

The above flow also works with the following cases:

  1. With the Customer Fee bearer model, the amount validation should happen with Amount + Fee.
  2. You can pass the customer id in Checkout to ensure that a static virtual account is created for each customer.

You must subscribe to the virtual_account.credited webhook event on the Razorpay Dashboard to receive notifications whenever customers make payments using bank transfers. Learn how to

.

{
"entity": "event",
"account_id": "acc_BFQ7uQEaa7j2z7",
"event": "virtual_account.credited",
"contains": [
"payment",
"virtual_account",
"bank_transfer"
],
"payload": {
"payment": {
"entity": {
"id": "pay_DETA2KrOlhqQzF",
"entity": "payment",
"amount": 50000,
"currency": "INR",
"status": "captured",
"order_id": "order_DBJOWzybf0sJbb",
"invoice_id": null,
"international": false,
"method": "bank_transfer",
"amount_refunded": 0,
"amount_transferred": 0,
"refund_status": null,
"captured": true,
"description": "NA",
"card_id": null,
"bank": null,
"wallet": null,
"vpa": null,
"email": "gaurav.kumar@example.com",
"contact": "+919000090000",
"customer_id": "cust_1Aa00000000004",
"notes": [],
"fee": 731,
"tax": 112,
"error_code": null,
"error_description": null,
"created_at": 1567675983
}
},
"virtual_account": {
"entity": {
"id": "va_DET8z3wBxfPB5L",
"name": "Acme Corp",
"entity": "virtual_account",
"status": "active",
"description": "Virtual Account to test webhook",
"amount_expected": null,
"notes": {
"Important": "Notes for Internal Reference"
},
"amount_paid": 50000,
"customer_id": "cust_1Aa00000000004",
"close_by": null,
"closed_at": null,
"created_at": 1567675923,
"receivers": [
{
"id": "ba_DET8z5Z5ghv4hW",
"entity": "bank_account",
"ifsc": "RATN0VAAPIS",
"bank_name": "RBL Bank",
"name": "Acme Corp",
"account_number": "1112220006712324"
}
]
}
},
"bank_transfer": {
"entity": {
"id": "bt_DETA2KSUJ3uCM9",
"entity": "bank_transfer",
"payment_id": "pay_DETA2KrOlhqQzF",
"mode": "NEFT",
"bank_reference": "156767598340",
"amount": 50000,
"payer_bank_account": {
"id": "ba_DETA2UuuKtKLR1",
"entity": "bank_account",
"ifsc": "KKBK0000007",
"bank_name": "Kotak Mahindra Bank",
"name": "Gaurav Kumar",
"account_number": "765432123456789"
},
"virtual_account_id": "va_DET8z3wBxfPB5L"
}
}
},
"created_at": 1567675983
}

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