How do I cancel the placed payout request?

How do I cancel the payout request?

If you wish to cancel your withdrawal request, you can do it under 'Funds' section in the 'My Account' portal.  Go to withdrawal history and click on the '🗑️' icon as shown in the image below:

Upon clicking on the above-mentioned icon, a pop-up would appear, click on 'Delete Request'.

Click on Confirm to cancel your request successfully.

You will receive a confirmation message, 'Withdrawal request got cancelled'.

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