Snapdeal has announced that it will deliver Rs. 2,000 cash to users’ homes as part of its new Cash@Home facility. According to Snapdeal, the money is being distributed as a “goodwill gesture,” and comes from the money it receives as CoD.
How it works?
- Install the Snapdeal app, and it uses your location data to check if there is cash available in your area.
- If cash is available, you’ll get a push notification and an SMS notification, taking you to the order page.
- You have to pay a convenience fee of Rs. 1, either via FreeCharge or using your debit card.
- The next day, a Snapdeal logistics executive arrives at your house with a POS machine, and you can swipe your card and get your cash.
There is a Rs. 2,000 per day limit on the booking, and you don’t have to order anything else. Snapdeal’s Cash@Home service is currently live in parts of Gurugram and Bengaluru, and only works through the app.