Naavi.org has been striving for low cost E-Commerce solutions that can be
used by SMEs and Professionals who would like to test the Cyber Space for
business opportunities. While setting up a web operation for a consultant one
of the more expensive aspects is setting up a Credit Card acceptance facility.
To help such of those persons who
have an occassional need to use an online payment collection mechanism, Ujvala
Consultants Pvt Ltd, the holding company of Naavi.org offers a solution.
This can also be used by offline
small businesses connected to Internet.
The solution is to receive the
payment from your customers thorough Naavi's Payment Receipts. For this
purpose, the persons making the payment will purchase Naavi's Payment Receipts for the requisite
value through the website
http://www.naavi.org/n_p_c/ indicating the remittance particulars.
The amount received will be placed
to your credit and will be released every fortnight (1st and 15th of every
month) by means of a cheque on Chennai. For activating the system you need to
get yourself registered with Naavi.org for the service and appoint Ujvala
Consultants Pvt Ltd (Holding Company of Naavi.org) as an authorized collection
The charges for the service are as
Registration Charge: Rs 500/-
Annual Renewal Charge: Rs 100/-
Collection Charge: 10% of the
In case payment is to be sent
outside Chennai, the DD and Courier charges will be extra.
The payment will be processed
through www.ccavenue.com and subject to their level of service.
The service will be offered only
for remittances from within India for lawful objectives and the approval of
clients will be entirely at the discretion of Ujvala Consultants Pvt Ltd.
The service may be discontinued any
time if the account is considered undesirable and in such an event the
registration charges will be refunded after retaining a processing charge of
RS 100/- only.
We hope that the service will be of
use to SMEs and Consultants who render online service.
Registration, kindly contact Naavi with particulars of your business, the need
for collection, the approximate value and frequency of such collections.
December 5, 2003