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Netflix starts complying with RBI’s two-factor authentication rules; testing Paytm?

Netflix has started complying with the RBI's 2-factor-authentication norms for authenticating credit and debit cards issued in India. While cards issued by Visa and MasterCard are being authenticated through an Indian payment gateway service, American Express cards, even those issued in India, don't go through similar authentication. The company has also started testing Paytm payments, a reddit user pointed out (screenshot). We haven't been not able to see the Paytm option for payments while creating a new account; it's possible that it hasn't rolled out completely yet. Also, one user reported seeing the option, but the site returned an error: Comment from discussion TIL we can use PayTM to pay Netflix. MediaNama has reached out to Netflix and Paytm for comment, and will update when we hear from them. Netflix and RBI rules Last year, when Netflix first came out in India, we pointed out that it was flouting RBI regulations by not verifying credit and debit cards issued in India (some disagreed), as required by the central bank even for international transactions. Since then, the company seems to have silently begun compliance with this requirement, similar to their absorption of a service tax imposed on digital goods last December; Netflix absorbed the tax so that they wouldn't have to change their pricing in India, and they have similarly not changed pricing after GST was implemented at the beginning of this month. How Uber dealt with it In 2014, Uber faced similar issues as the app was charging users' credit cards without a second layer of authentication,…

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