Many of the E-commerce sites in India temporarily disabled the Cash on Delivery option after the government cease the circulation of currency notes Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 from Tuesday midnight. Flipkart has disabled its cash on delivery option for goods worth over Rs 2,000. Amazon has disabled the option at present for orders over Rs 1,000.
Amazon – shows the message: “We have disabled COD for you to save cash for essential payments”. Flipkart – shows a message Cash on Delivery is not available – This message was limit to price above Rs. 2,000. Snapdeal also does the same, but moreover, displays a message reminding people that 1000 Rs. and 500 Rs. notes will not be accepted for deliveries. Paytm- which didn’t seem to have consistent behaviour. Some items priced at over Rs. 2000 were available for CoD; others priced at under Rs. 500 did not have the option at all. Uber – allows for cash payments, but the app reminds users that drivers will not accept 1000 Rs. and 500 Rs. notes. Nearly half of all married women held jobs by the mid-1970s, and almost 9/10 of all more about the freelancer women with college degrees worked. Grofers -appear to be accepting cash, with no warning messages. The same appears to be true for Ola.
Zomato or Swiggy -for your snacking, you’ll need to use an electronic payment method, as CoD is being disabled, to “Avoid confusion”.