India’s leading online marketplace, Snapdeal, is now offering something that will put several hearts at ease. When the government implemented demonetisation, not only was the majority of available cash rendered illegal, accessing cash also became a huge problem. And even though it has been more than a month since it started, the ATM queues aren’t getting much shorter.
In a move that is going to be beneficial for all, Snapdeal announced that it is introducing a Cash@Home service where they will deliver cash to customers. With a limit of Rs. 2000, customers can use any bank’s ATM card to pay for the cash. Snapdeal will charge a convenience fee of Re. 1.
At a time when accessing cash takes a minimum of 2 hours, Snapdeal’s latest venture will definitely be received with warm enthusiasm. And the best part is that customers don’t even need to order anything else when they order cash. The service is already operational in Gurgaon and Bangalore, and it will soon be extended to other major cities of the country.