Attention online shoppers! Impact on COD transactions after ban of Rs 500 & 1000 notes


The surprise announcement made by PM Modi to fight against corruption via scrapping Indian Rupees 500 and 1000 notes have send a panic wave across businesses, with the e-commerce industry being no exception.

Online shoppers are witnessing the impact on Cash on Delivery Transactions. Here we have list down some of the observations while transacting today –

1. Amazon India

Amazon India is not giving any options for COD by disabling the option on their payment page. Suggesting shoppers to save cash for essential payments need.

2. Snapdeal

Snapdeal stopped collecting rupees 500 & 1000 asking people to keep the other notes ready while receiving the delivery.

3. Flipkart

Flipkart discouraging the COD transactions greater than 2000 rupees on its portal.

4. Shopclues 

Looks, Shopclues has disabled the COD option temporarily for making the payment.

5. Jabong

Though, Jabong has allowed COD transactions with a conscious measure. Jabong’s order page throughs the below message:


Other e-commerce portals too either disabling the COD options or making temporarily   changes on their payment page to deal with current situation.

Therefore, online shoppers need to be careful while transacting on e-commerce portals & having COD as an option.

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