Team Happay
By: Team Happay
Published on: March 22, 2017

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The country is treading down a cashless path, and advancing towards a cashless economy, at a much faster pace following the government’s move of demonetization. Today, more and more merchants are accepting cashless alternatives like Paytm. Even small-time vendors who don’t have POS machines are accepting Paytm money instead of cash.

In today’s blog, we want to tell you how to use Happay cards to load money into your Paytm wallet and use this money for making payments on Ola, Uber and all other merchants who accept Paytm.

On the payment page,
1. Choose ‘credit card’ as the mode of payment
2. Enter the details of your Happay card
3. Enter the OTP sent to your mobile number and make the payment

Money added to your Paytm wallet is recorded as a wallet recharge on Happay. This transaction, by itself, doesn’t show how the wallet money was used. Maybe the entire amount might not have be used for a single expense but multiple expenses. Or perhaps it was used for expenses made in different expense cycles – part of the money was used in February and the rest in March.

Let’s take the first case: Suppose you loaded Rs.800 into your Paytm wallet using your Happay card. You spent Rs.350 for your cab ride on Uber and Rs. 450 for stationary. You will have to create two separate cash entries – one for Uber and one for stationary.

To create cash expenses:
1. Login to your Happay dashboard and click ‘+ Add Expense’.
2. Enter the details of your expense, attach the corresponding bill/screenshot of the purchase on Paytm, and submit.

Bookmark this article to your browser so you can refer to it when you load your paytm wallet.

Is there any specific Happay feature that you have been wanting to explore? Add it to the comment section and we will create a blog for it.

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The editorial team at Happay puts together curated content that helps Indian SMEs and Enterprises take control of business payments. We create content on a wide array of topics from B2B payment trends and spend management best- practices to real-life case studies of how CXOs of different organizations use automation and mobility to manage business spends more effectively.

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