How to fund my Vested Account?

How to fund my Vested Account?

Currently, there are 3 ways in which you can add funds:
  1.  Transfer from your bank account in India
  2.  Wire transfer funds from your non-Indian bank account
  3.  The beneficiary details are available under the Fund Transfer section on the platform.

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