Modi Says: No Black Money ; Online Shopping Says: No Cash On Delivery

by Kiran   |  Nov 11, 2016    

Now there is a lot of buzz regarding the sensational announcement of the ban of Rs.500 and Rs.1000 notes in India. This decision has been made to bring out the black money and the unaccounted money. Crores and crores of money is hoarded by politicians in our country which is used during the elections and it is also true that the currency is being used everywhere in our country for corruption and possibly to fund terrorism. Big industries like Real estate, imports & exports were known for using black money. There was a flood of support from the citizens for Prime Minister Modi and among them are the sparkling celebrities of the Indian cinema and sports as well! The list includes people like Kamal Haasan, Anil Kumble, Shah Rukh Khan, Rajinikanth and many others.

After This BIG Decision Amazon & Flipkart Removed COD

After the big surprising decision by Prime Minister Modi, the most popular E- commerce companies (Amazon and Flipkart) have removed the Cash On Delivery options from the checkout page. This is because of the ban on Rs.500 and Rs.1000 notes in India. COD is quite a useful option to the customers, who can pay for a product when it gets delivered at their doorstep. Not everyone will like to pay through online payments when he/she shops online, hence the COD! The chances of COD for coming back is very much there, once new currency notes for Rs.500 and Rs.2000 are circulated in the market.

Amazon Disabled COD Option From Checkout Page (Shopping)

Uber Service Announcement (Travel)

Swiggy Cash On Delivery Not Available(Food)

Paytm Removed  COD From CheckOut Page (Cashback)

Jabong Rs.500 & Rs.1000 Notes Not Accepted For COD (Shopping)

Although this caused a little inconvenience to the citizenry, Modi’s idea was indeed dynamic and bold. The ATMs were all shut down for few days and new currency would be available shortly. Hoping that this would completely eradicate the corruption that is holding us back from progressing, we’d like to heartily support and accept the new change. 

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Kiran is a passionate workaholic who takes out his free time to pen down his thoughts. He is a food lover and an animal lover who can be seen nurturing his cute pets whenever at home.

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