Amazon Offers New Option for Indian Customers to Exchange ₹2,000 Notes; Know here

New Delhi: Amazon has introduced a convenient solution for its customers in India to top up their Amazon Pay balances using Rs. 2,000 notes during cash-on-delivery orders. This doorstep service aims to alleviate the hassle of exchanging high-value currency. Customers can deposit up to Rs. 50,000 per month, including Rs. 2,000 denomination notes, according to Amazon. The service enables consumers to convert cash into digital transactions seamlessly.

To take advantage of this facility, customers need to complete video KYC on the Amazon app, which typically takes 5-10 minutes. During their next cash-on-delivery order, customers can simply hand over the currency notes to the delivery agent. The updated balance will reflect in the customer’s Amazon Pay account shortly thereafter. Additionally, customers can create a UPI handle in under one minute and make payments using their Amazon Pay balance.

This unique service is available to fully KYCed customers in India and reinforces Amazon’s commitment to providing holistic experiences. The company aims to catalyze the digital payments revolution in the country by offering simplified solutions like cash load at the doorstep. With Amazon Pay, customers can conveniently scan and pay with any QR code in shops, send money to phone numbers or individuals, and make payments on their favourite online apps with the convenience and security of Amazon Pay’s 24×7 service.

Vikas Bansal, the Whole-time Director of Amazon Pay India, emphasized their mission to continue delivering simplified solutions and comprehensive experiences to customers, further driving the digital payments revolution in India.

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