For simplicity and representation purposes, Ketto converts all dollars to rupees at a 65 conversion rate to show on your fundraiser page. But the actual conversion you receive will be on the day which the funds are finally transferred to your bank account, and that will be the rate your bank provides you.
Articles in this section
- Can funds raised for an NGO be transferred to a personal account?
- How long does it take for the funds to reach our account? Can't the funds directly go to our account?
- What is a SWIFT code and how do I find it?
- Do I need to submit any information to receive the funds?
- Why are my dollars all getting converted at INR 65 exchange rate when the current rate is different?
- How will the funds be credited to my account?
- How do I receive the funds that the fundraiser has raised?
- I have got a mail that my payout has been successfully processed but the funds have not been credited in my account. What do I do?
- How do I receive my money?
- Can I withdraw the funds multiple times?