Snapdeal’s Cash@Home Facility gone viral after announced that it will deliver Rs. 2,000 cash to users’ homes as part of its new Cash@Home facility. For using this service, you need to install the Snapdeal app, and it uses your location data to check if there is cash available in your area.
According to Snapdeal, if cash will be available, you will get a push notification and an SMS notification, taking you to the order page. According to Snapdeal, the money is being distributed as a “goodwill gesture,” and comes from the money it receives as CoD.
For using Snapdeal Cash@Home Facility, you have to pay a convenience fee of Rs. 1. For pay rupee one, you can use credit card and FreeCharge, and 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.
Snapdeal’s Cash@Home service is currently live in parts of Gurugram and Bengaluru, and only works through the app. Snapdeal isn’t the first tech company to offer a cash delivery service though.