How to Order Rs 2000 Notes In Snapdeal, No Extra Charges at Home Delivery
Indian eCommerce website Snapdeal has introduced Cash@Home scheme for customers without charging the service charges. After demonetization, people are facing various problems due to unavailability of money at ATM machines and even banks. Only a few ATMs were working and the cash is completing at a faster rate. In order to avoid the money withdraw problems, Snapdeal has now introduced the Rs 2000 door delivery for customers. With this facility, people can order only Rs 2000.
Rohit Bansal, co-founder of Snapdeal said, “At Snapdeal, we aim to be the marketplace that seamlessly services every customer need, as the country transitions to a more digitally enabled economy, we’ve launched a series of timely initiatives – from wallet and card on delivery, to extending FreeCharge partnerships to smoothen this transition. The launch of the cash on demand service is intended to further help our consumers tide over any cash crunch that they might face in addressing their daily needs.”
How to Order Rs 2000 @ Snapdeal for Home Delivery with Card Swipe :
The Snapdeal has introduced the simple process to get the money. Initially, clients need to visit Snapdeal App on the mobile. It tracks the location and address of the client.
- If cash is accessible in that particular area the Snapdeal will give the push notification / SMS and navigates to the order page.
- Clients have to pay a nominal amount of Rs 1 using the debit card / free charge and can order for Rs 2000.
- Within very less time after ordering, the Snapdeal executive comes home with the POS machine.
- Clients can swipe their card and can get the cash.
- Clients can book Rs 2000 per day.
Now, this Rs 2000 Home Delivery from Snapdeal was introduced in of Gurugram and Bengaluru. Soon it will spread to the other places. Snapdeal is perfectly designing this utility to reach every one of its clients.
The authorities of the organization expressed that this action of circulating cash is only a “goodwill gesture” which they acquire through CoDs. In this procedure, the organization can likewise free up its immense stores into advanced shape.
Snapdeal will now deliver Rs 2,000 notes to your doorstep through Cash @Home :
As the offer is substantial just to app clients, it likewise guarantees that people install the app, and keep it on their Smartphones. Prior, Tailmill, a Noida based basic supplies conveying organization cooperated with flour merchant TWF Flours began to offer home conveyance of money up to Rs. 1000. Now Snapdeal is offering Rs 2000 on daily basis.. This is a great deal for clients. Recently a groceries firm Grofers jumped on the bandwagon offering a similar service in partnership with Yes Bank. This was offered to users across Mumbai, Gurugram, and Bengaluru. Though Grofers delivers’ liquid cash, one has to order groceries worth Rs 2,000.
And the prominent Yes Bank stated in its mail: “Grofers, the on-demand e-commerce mobile and Web application, is opening up a new avenue for people to get cash delivered at home, by partnering with Yes Bank.”