Requesting an e-FIRC
HDFC can issue an e-FIRC if your recipient's bank account is also with HDFC.
You can request an e-FIRC by emailing both firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com — make sure to attach the transfer receipt.
If your recipient's bank isn't with HDFC, you'll need to reach out to their bank to get the e-FIRC instead.
Requesting credit advice
You can request credit advice by emailing both firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
Keep in mind, there are charges to getting credit advice from HDFC:
If the transfer is less than a year old — 177 INR
If the transfer is more than a year old — 354 INR
Important to note
Export, import, trade, and business-related transfers to India are regulated under strict guidelines from the RBI and FEDAI. Please review these guidelines closely to better understand whether a FIRC can be issued for your transfer.
Remember that FDI transfers are not allowed under RDA. So, please don’t submit FIRC requests about FDI transfers using a different purpose code.