Startup Redefines the Meaning of ‘Cash’ on Delivery! Order Online, Get Cash on Hand

Heads up, Noida users! Now don’t wait for withdrawing cash in long queues.

A city-based startup from Noida, Delhi NCR has come with a unique idea where they will be delivering cash at your doorstep when a person orders something from their website.

This Noida Based Startup is Delivering Cash When Customers Pay Online

The startup with a website named tailmil.com is offering free doorstep delivery of money when customers order something from their website. For this, the new members have teamed up with TWF Flours, who sells quality floors, rice, dal, grains, and several other kitchen items as well.

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Here's how this new service works.

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Users need to purchase any item

To get cash delivered at your home, you have to buy any item from their website and they will deliver it in 24 hours. 

How does it work?

Consider this example, if you're purchasing a worth product Rs. 300 and want to get some cash in your hand. For this, the startup has added a feature where you can add additional 1000 rupees to your order and pay the total amount of Rs. 1,300 online. 

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Delivery Will be Done in 24 Hours

Once after ordering your product and paid online, you need to wait up to a maximum of 24 hours to get your product and cash delivered to you. 

Delivery of Cash is Capped to Rs. 1,000 Per Day!

Having said that, the service is offering a maximum delivery of Rs. 1,000 per day and not more than. You can order a maximum of Rs. 1,000 per day. 

Minimum Order Value is Rs. 140

Also, do make a note that the minimum amount for ordering on the site is capped to Rs. 140 for already existing customer and Rs. 160 for a new client.

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