Also pro actively provide some docs showing your legal status in India, like ROC certificate, PAN no, DIN no, ST/VAT regn no, etc. to prove your bonafide, although you have not mentioned what kind of business setup you have like Partnership, Ltd company, LLP, etc.
12th June 2014 From India, Mumbai
You can check with the bank for the reason, not the client.
It is the bank which has the authority to reject the transfers.
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13th June 2014 From United Kingdom, Reading
You would have to get the notification/email/message which your client got, the transaction ID, date and time, then send this information to the respective Bank.
Please provide you contact information and your availability and seek time to talk to them.
Alternative to get payment is, Setup an Paypal account, Attach your Debit/Credit card/bank . Provide your Pan number / TAN on paypal. Get it verified. Send an invoice to client via paypal.
14th June 2014 From India, Mumbai
Not a good Idea, as per accounts.
You would have to raise invoice from Company A ( new ) to company B (old non-blacklisted), Get the payment from USA.
Transfer money from company B account to Company A.
If both the companies belongs to you or are sister concern companies - then it would be internal bill issue/tax issue - should avoid such transaction.
15th June 2014 From India, Mumbai