Currently, PayTM is certainly one of the most used mobile apps in India. According to an estimate around 22 crore users are using Paytm and over 5 lakh new users are being added every day. Paytm is India’s biggest and most versatile mobile app and shopping app. PayTM enables you to exchange cash in a split second to anybody at zero cost using the Paytm Wallet. This cash would then be available to pay at various merchants such as taxi, oil pumps, basic supply shops, eateries, coffee houses, multiplexes, stopping, drug stores, healing centres and few grocery shops among others.
You can also use PayTM wallet mobile app or desktop site for paying EMIs, movies, bus, train and flight tickets.
With various personal information and bank account details, you should keep the PayTM password to yourself. The security of your PayTM account should be kept up and taken care of. Thus in the event that you feel that your account password may be known to another person, don’t simply sit and hold up, rather change your Paytm secret password at the earliest. Follow these steps to change your Paytm password and secure it from all dangers. Follow the below steps for the same.
- Visit Paytm.com Here you will get access to the website of Paytm from your desktop.
2. Go to ‘Log In/Sign Up ’ option at the top right corner of the page. If you are not logged in, make your Paytm account by filling up your details accordingly.
3. Enter your Login details: Once you enter your details, your account opens up with your wallet money at the top of the screen.
4. Select ‘View Profile’: Now, your account name with which you have created the account appears on the top right corner of the screen. After clicking on that a drop down list appears. Select View Profile-
5. Select Change Password: Select change password from the options available in the horizontal row.
6. Enter your old password and then the new password which you wish to have twice.
7. Select Save Password.
Your password is now changed and the new one is valid for all your transactions and enquiries.
Hope this blog was useful.