I requested for the payout, but money hasn’t credited to my bank account?

I requested for the payout, but money hasn’t credited to my bank account?

Payout requests placed on Saturday (After 6:30 AM) and Sundays will be processed on Mondays. If there is a public holiday, payouts will be processed on the next working day. Usually, request placed on weekdays. i.e. Monday to Saturday will be credited to your bank within 24 hours. If it is taking longer than this period, please raise query to support@fyers.in and the query will be resolved immediately.
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