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Delisting of lending apps will be an ongoing process on Google Play Store

Verification involves manual interventions that can be quite complex

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Google Play Store | Google Play apps | digital lending

Sourabh Lele  |  New Delhi 



Delisting lending apps over Google Play’s new policy may take a few weeks

The taking down of personal loan apps that do not comply with a new Play Store update requiring them to share a link with partner banks and NBFCs, will be an ongoing process at Google, sources said. This is because the verification involves manual interventions, they added. This comes a day after the compliance deadline of the new policy.

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First Published: Wed, September 21 2022. 17:10 IST

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