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What is RDS (Rolling Deposit Scheme) In IRCTC / How to Open RDS Account / Advantages of RDS  
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Apr 22 2013 (15:59)
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What is RDS (Rolling Deposit Scheme) In IRCTC / How to Open RDS Account / Advantages of RDS

Apr 22 2013 (15:47)
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Rolling Deposit Scheme (RDS) by IRCTC, in which anyone can deposit the desired amount in the account to be opened with the service provider.
The user could purchase tickets from the money deposited by using the RDS card as a novel payment option, which the IRCTC claims has advantages over the other modes of payment. The system would enable hassle-free and secured transactions, besides saving time by eliminating the payment approval sequence. It reduces the user’s dependence on banks and their servers and allows for booking tickets directly through the RDS mode. The other benefit is that the user need not make the payment gateway charges. The tedious process of using credit or debit cards for making online purchases is done
away with under the proposed scheme.
One can open an account using the PAN card and operate the account through a transaction password and PIN number and manage the account online and top up the account too.
The minimum deposit is likely to be in the range of Rs. 1500 to 2000.
Registration fee
The account can be opened with a registration fee of Rs. 250, which can be redeemed while booking tickets later.
The IRCTC will provide facility for the user to track the transaction history and in case of cancellation of ticket, the refund would be deposited in the account the very following day.
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