PaySense Revenue and Competitors

Mumbai, India



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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • PaySense's estimated annual revenue is currently $17.3M per year.(i)
  • PaySense's estimated revenue per employee is $77,938
  • PaySense's total funding is $25.6M.
  • PaySense's current valuation is $185M. (January 2020)

Employee Data

  • PaySense has 222 Employees.(i)
  • PaySense grew their employee count by 24% last year.
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Founded in 2015 and based out of Mumbai, Paysense is a venture backed, financial services startup. We are an amazing team of highly diverse, like minded people solving the fundamental problem of not having simple, convenient and transparent access to credit in India today. We stand for making all things finance more simple, accessible and transparent. We specialize in using advanced data sciences to provide credit without the hassle of complex application processes, arduous physical proofs and long waits.



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PaySense News

2022-04-13 - Personal Loan App Provider Ranking Sees Competitors Hold Their Positions

Continuing the trend, PaySense retains its spot in the rankings — fifth — this time earning it with a score of 77. The Top 10.

2019-09-08 - PayU in talks to buy PaySense

PayU is in talks to acquire online consumer lending platform PaySense, in a potential cash- and-stock deal that is likely to value the ...

2019-09-03 - Grapevine: Temasek, TrueNorth, CPPIB eye Biocon unit stake ...

Last year, PayU led an $18 million Series B round of funding in PaySense, and already owns close to 20% of the business. Previous backers ...

2019-09-03 - PayU in talks to buy consumer lending platform PaySense

NEW DELHI| BENGALURU: PayU is in talks to acquire online consumer lending platform PaySense, in a potential cash- and-stock deal that is ...

2018-08-21 - Consumer Credit Line Provider PaySense Raises up to $18M in Series B

PaySense, a Mumbai, India-based provider of a consumer credit line, raised up to $18m in Series B funding. The round was led by PayU, an online payment service provider and Naspers’ fintech company, which invested $11.5m. This is PayU’s second round of investment in Paysense. Last year, PayU an ...

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