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Snapdeal to waive seller charges for COD orders returned after demonetisation

On Nov 9, Snapdeal had brought down the CoD limit for new orders to Rs 2000 which was removed from Nov 17

ANI  |  New Delhi 

Commuters sit at a bus stop adorned with an advertisement of Indian online marketplace Snapdeal featuring Bollywood actor Aamir Khan, in Bengaluru
Commuters sit at a bus stop adorned with an advertisement of online marketplace Snapdeal

India's largest marketplace has announced additional measures to support its sellers, some of whom had (CoD) orders returned after the recent announcement.

has shared with its sellers that it will bear all the logistics and packaging cost for all (worth more than Rs 500 and above) which have been returned by users in the week following the demonetisation.

In its communication to sellers, it has informed them that any such charges, which are in normal course, borne by the seller, will be paid for by Snapdeal.

This move follows a string of measures taken by in recent weeks to help both the users and sellers manage in a situation of reduced availability of currency notes. Immediately after the currency ban, rolled out Wallet on Delivery, where users could pay on the upon delivery.

also sent card swipe machines to users, so that they could pay on their cards in the absence of currency notes. Users were also given the option to delay acceptance of their by a few days till they could arrange the required currency for the payment. Those who tendered the payment with Rs 2000 notes were offered the option to receive the change back in their FreeCharge wallets.

On November 9, had brought down the CoD limit for new orders to Rs 2000. The said limit was removed from November 17 as more currency notes became available to the users.

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Snapdeal to waive seller charges for COD orders returned after demonetisation

On Nov 9, Snapdeal had brought down the CoD limit for new orders to Rs 2000 which was removed from Nov 17

On Nov 9, Snapdeal had brought down the CoD limit for new orders to Rs 2000 which was removed from Nov 17
India's largest marketplace has announced additional measures to support its sellers, some of whom had (CoD) orders returned after the recent announcement.

has shared with its sellers that it will bear all the logistics and packaging cost for all (worth more than Rs 500 and above) which have been returned by users in the week following the demonetisation.

In its communication to sellers, it has informed them that any such charges, which are in normal course, borne by the seller, will be paid for by Snapdeal.

This move follows a string of measures taken by in recent weeks to help both the users and sellers manage in a situation of reduced availability of currency notes. Immediately after the currency ban, rolled out Wallet on Delivery, where users could pay on the upon delivery.

also sent card swipe machines to users, so that they could pay on their cards in the absence of currency notes. Users were also given the option to delay acceptance of their by a few days till they could arrange the required currency for the payment. Those who tendered the payment with Rs 2000 notes were offered the option to receive the change back in their FreeCharge wallets.

On November 9, had brought down the CoD limit for new orders to Rs 2000. The said limit was removed from November 17 as more currency notes became available to the users.
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Snapdeal to waive seller charges for COD orders returned after demonetisation

On Nov 9, Snapdeal had brought down the CoD limit for new orders to Rs 2000 which was removed from Nov 17

India's largest marketplace has announced additional measures to support its sellers, some of whom had (CoD) orders returned after the recent announcement.

has shared with its sellers that it will bear all the logistics and packaging cost for all (worth more than Rs 500 and above) which have been returned by users in the week following the demonetisation.

In its communication to sellers, it has informed them that any such charges, which are in normal course, borne by the seller, will be paid for by Snapdeal.

This move follows a string of measures taken by in recent weeks to help both the users and sellers manage in a situation of reduced availability of currency notes. Immediately after the currency ban, rolled out Wallet on Delivery, where users could pay on the upon delivery.

also sent card swipe machines to users, so that they could pay on their cards in the absence of currency notes. Users were also given the option to delay acceptance of their by a few days till they could arrange the required currency for the payment. Those who tendered the payment with Rs 2000 notes were offered the option to receive the change back in their FreeCharge wallets.

On November 9, had brought down the CoD limit for new orders to Rs 2000. The said limit was removed from November 17 as more currency notes became available to the users.

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