Now you can top up your Amazon Pay Balance with cash and that too at your doorstep. The new service is being implemented via Amazon delivery agents. However, it will only be available across selected areas. You can transfer a maximum amount of Rs 10,000. Read more to find about How To Top Up Your Amazon Pay Balance With Cash
Amazon India has added a new service to Amazon Pay payment and wallet service. The new Amazon Pay cash load service allows Amazon Pay users to add balance to their accounts via cash. It can be used while paying for cash on delivery orders from Amazon.in. You can ask delivery executives to add cash to Amazon Pay balance ( limit of Rs 10,000).
The Amazon Pay cash load service is already available across all pin codes where Amazon’s logistics services deliver. Users can already top up the Amazon Pay balance via their debit and credit cards. The company is also offering a cashback on the amount of loaded cash. Users will get 20 percent cash back (up to Rs 500) on a minimum cash top-up of Rs 50. Here’s how to use the new service:
How To Top Up Amazon Pay Balance With Cash
- Place an order and choose to pay via cash.
- While paying for a cash on the delivery order, just ask the Amazon delivery agent to initiate Amazon Pay cash top-up.
- Choose to load the remaining change or additional funds.
- Next, you will have to confirm the amount getting loaded from the agent’s phone.
- Once the transfer is done, you will receive an SMS on your smartphone and an email confirmation.
- That’s it. You are all set.
The new feature aims to remove the issue of delivery executives providing exact change to users. The Amazon Pay offers one-click payments and quicker refunds for Amazon.in orders. Amazon claims that the new service will enhance customers’ payment experience and increase their preference for digital payments.
“With Amazon Pay cash load, customers across India can now easily load cash at their doorstep once and pay digitally henceforth. 1 in every 3 of our cash paying customer has already begun using the service and getting its benefits,” said Mahendra Nerurkar, Director, Amazon Pay.
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