How to change or reset whatsapp payments upi pin on android, iphone explained

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Do you know that you can also make payment or money transfer through the popular instant messaging app WhatsApp. Yes, users can transfer money through WhatsApp Payments. You can make UPI payments by linking your bank account with WhatsApp. UPI technology allows you to transfer money even if you have only one information like scanner, mobile number, UPI ID.

How to change or reset whatsapp payments upi pin on android, iphone explained

What is UPI

Facility like Unified Payments Interface ie UPI (Unified Payments Interface) gives you the facility of easy money transfer sitting at home. For this, you need an app that supports UPI like Paytm, WhatsApp, PhonePe, BHIM, Google Pay, etc. Through UPI, you can link one bank account with multiple UPI apps. At the same time, multiple bank accounts can be operated through a single UPI app.

UPI PIN is a 4 or 6 digit number

UPI PIN is a 4 or 6 digit number that is required to be entered to complete the payment. If you have UPI PIN of bank account then you do not need to create new UPI PIN in WhatsApp. If you have forgotten the UPI PIN, then you also have the option of resetting that means creating a new PIN.

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How to reset UPI PIN on Android users WhatsApp

STEP 1. Open WhatsApp on your smartphone.
STEP 2. Click on More option which will appear in three dots. After that click on Payments.
STEP 3. Now select Bank Account.
STEP 4. Then click on Change UPI PIN or Forgot UPI PIN.
STEP 5. If you click on Forgot UPI PIN, then click on Continue. Enter the last six digits of the debit card and also the expiry date. Some banks may also ask you for the CVV of the debit card.
STEP 6. If you click on Change UPI PIN, then enter the existing UPI PIN. After that enter the new UPI PIN and confirm the new UPI PIN again.

iphone users how to reset on whatsapp how to reset upi pin

STEP 1. Open WhatsApp on your smartphone.
STEP 2. Click on the setting option. After that click on Payments.
STEP 3. Now select Bank Account.
STEP 4. Then click on Change UPI PIN or Forgot UPI PIN.
STEP 5. If you click on Forgot UPI PIN, then click on Continue. Enter the last six digits of the debit card and also the expiry date. Some banks may also ask you for the CVV of the debit card.
STEP 6. If you click on Change UPI PIN, then enter the existing UPI PIN. After that enter the new UPI PIN and confirm the new UPI PIN again.

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