Shopping websites usually provide you with the ease of purchasing a product online and paying for it once it’s been delivered. But now you can order Domains and Web Hosting Services online and pay for them at your doorstep!
BigRock presents to you its latest and most unique initiative – Cash on Delivery! Select your desired domain, register for it and when you opt for the Cash on Delivery payment option, we’ll send someone to collect the money from your home. Sounds quite convenient, doesn’t it? 🙂
Whether you’re a student, a housewife or even a start-up, CoD definitely makes matters easier for you. No more online payment hassles and security concerns.
So how does CoD work?
Once you register for a Domain or a Hosting product on BigRock, we immediately assign a representative to collect the money from your home. All orders received before 11am will be executed within same day. To provide this last mile connectivity, we have tied up with ‘GharPay’
Cash on Delivery’s Process Flow
The ‘GharPay’ agent will call you (the customer), fix an appointment and confirm the order. You also need to keep a copy of your PAN card ready, if your order exceeds Rs. 25,000/-
Benefits of BigRock’s COD Service
- No Need of paying online – which eliminates a big pain point in today’s ecommerce world
- Doorstep Cash Collection – All you need to do is open your door 🙂
- Tension free payment – No worries about unwarranted deductions from your account & refunds etc.
- Instant activation after payment – Let us know if it does not!!
What do I need to keep in mind while opting for CoD?
The order you place needs to be equal to or more than Rs. 1000/. (Essentially the value of your shopping cart)
You also need to be from a city to which GharPay provides its collection services for BigRock.
The cities are –
- Navi Mumbai
- New Delhi
The Cash on Delivery service is free of cost and if you cancel your order within the ‘Money Back Guarantee’ period, we will automatically credit the amount to your Customer Account.
What do you think about this new initiative and are you willing to give it a shot? Share your thoughts in the comments section below 🙂