By: Ramesh SharmaThe Indian banking regulator IBEC is looking into the pricing of ecommerce sites that are selling goods and services without a business license.

The regulator is looking at pricing of websites that are not selling goods or services but are still considered a business under the Goods and Services Tax (GST).

The regulator wants to know how much each company is charging for their services.

The IBEC recently released its report on the pricing practices of the ecommerce market in the country.

IBEC has found that most ecommerce platforms have started offering the option of e-commerce service without a license, while others, such as Flipkart, have started charging for a business licence.

The report says that this practice may be illegal.

According to the report, ecommerce services are priced by different factors:1.

Service fee for e-payment:The fee for a single transaction is calculated by calculating the commission that the seller is required to pay.

If the commission is less than 10%, the customer is charged.

If it is more than 10% the customer gets a discount.2.

Service charge for a second transaction:If a customer pays for the second transaction, they get a service fee, which is then deducted from the total amount.3.

Service charged for multiple transactions:The service charge for multiple payments are based on the number of transactions made by the customer.

The customer pays the service fee for each transaction, which can be 10% or 20% depending on the amount of payment made.4.

Service charges for multiple orders:For multiple orders, a customer is only charged for the first transaction, and the fee for the subsequent transactions.

The fee for multiple order is calculated based on how many times the customer has made the transaction, whether the transaction is completed or not, the type of product and/or the price of the product.5.

Service fees for each customer:For each customer, a service charge is deducted from each transaction for each order.

IBEC does not have data on the size of the discount offered by each platform, but it notes that Flipkarts service fee is less expensive than Amazon’s service charge, as it is deducted for each payment.

IBEC has also asked Flipkarted to make public the details of how much they charge for their e-services.

It has also given Flipkarten a deadline of April 30 to comply with the regulator’s demands.

The IBAC has also demanded Flipkarte to disclose the size and nature of its discounts.

Flipkarters response:The government has also been in touch with Flipkarter, the platform that has been selling goods in the market, to take action against them.

The company has also written to the IBAC and asked it to take immediate action against any violators.

Flipkarden is yet to reply.