What documents do I need to submit to withdraw the funds I have raised?

What documents do I need to submit to withdraw the funds I have raised?

After your fundraiser is approved, you can submit the beneficiary's bank account information and photocopies of the following documents: PAN card Address proof - Aadhar card (front and back) Note:

The Bank statement or cancelled cheque should clearly mention the bank name, branch name, IFSC code, account number, and account holder's name. Address proof should be valid at the time of submission and include the full address All documents should have the same name The documents should be easily readable and not blurred or cropped
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