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RBI alerts public about Gurugram-based unauthorised wallet operator sRide

sRide is a carpooling mobile app that connects people within the community to share rides. It is present across four Indian cities with over one million rides offered and 8 cities in the US

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BS Reporter Mumbai
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has cautioned the general public that sRide, a company based out Gurugram, Haryana, is operating a semi-closed pre-paid instrument (wallet), without any authorisation from the central bank. Hence, they should exercise extreme caution while using any such application.

In a statement the RBI said, “Members of public are urged to exercise utmost caution while using such application/s, dealing with and before parting with their money to any such unauthorised entity.”

“In their own interest, members of the public should verify and satisfy themselves that the application used or the entity they are dealing with

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First Published: Feb 22 2022 | 3:53 PM IST

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