One of the major ecommerce companies Snapdeal has come up with a very innovative service - Cash@Home, under which the company will deliver Indian currency to your home for a marginal fee of Rs 1.
The service is likely to help many of us struggling for cash for our everyday needs and can't wait outside ATMs and banks. The company will be using the cash it receives on Cash on Delivery from the buyers to operate for the service.
Under the Cash@Home, a user can order a maximum of Rs 2000 at a time and may use ATM card to pay for the cash. The convenience fee can be paid online via payment wallet freecharge at a time of ordering cash.
"As the country transitions to a more digitally-enabled economy, we have launched a series of timely initiatives - from wallet and card on delivery, to extending FreeCharge partnerships to smoothen this transition," Co-founder of Snapdeal, Rohit Bansal said.