Hire People to stand in Bank-ATM Queues with Book My Chotu

The online service let you hire helpers that will stand in Bank and ATM queues for you at hourly basis.

    An Indian startup- Bookmychotu.com has come up with a unique way to address the Government of India's Demonetization move. The startup has started a service that allows users hire helpers to stand for them in long queues outside the banks and ATMs, while they continue with their everyday life routines.

    Hire People to stand in Bank-ATM Queues with Book My Chotu

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    The online portal, which is known for offering its services for domestic chores like cleaning, grocery shopping, home shifting, etc. has seized the opportunity at a right time when Indian citizens are struggling to deal with cash crunch due to Indian Government's decision to ban Rs. 500 and Rs. 1,000 notes.

    Rs. 90 Per Hour

    You can hire people to stand in Bank and ATM queues by just paying Rs. 90 per hour, or a maximum duration of 8 hours by paying Rs. 550 in which the hired person can go to multiple banks or ATMs.

    Service Availability

    The Bookmychotu.com is currently offering its services in UP, Haryana, and Delhi. There's no word whether the online portal will expand its services to other cities in India or not.

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    How to Hire a helper

    To hire a 'helper', you first need to register online or call service's helpline on +91-8587028869. Post receiving the confirmation, you can co-ordinate with the helper to stand in the ATM or Bank queue for you.

    Security concerns

    To ensure security measures, Bookmychoutu further notes that the hired person will not enter the bank premises, and will only stand in the queue for the customer.

    Smartphone app is on its way

    The online portal's website mentions that the service will soon be available on smartphones.

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