Google Pay's popular stamp collection scheme, which was suppose to end on October 31, has been extended till November 11.
The scheme, launched ahead of Diwali, promised to give users a cashback of ₹251 and also announced a chance to win up to ₹1 lakh on collecting five distinct stamps; Jhumka stamp, Flower stamp, Diya stamp, Lantern stamp and the Rangoli stamp.
To get a stamp, you either need to make a transaction of more than ₹35 or gift someone a stamp, to get another one.
Despite trying their best, people couldn't get enough of the rangoli stamp and complained about the same on social media about its unavailability.
A marketing gimmick made this diwali frustrating for many— Jeevesh Sharma (@jaisharmacooool) October 29, 2019
No rangoli, No googlepay#uninstallgooglepay
Everyone : Rangoli dedo— suyash tailor (@TailorSuyash) November 1, 2019
Google pay : pic.twitter.com/tgFAoDrnma
People with more than 1 Rangoli stamp in Google Pay pic.twitter.com/COJljT0cSM— Tiilooo 2.0 (@KasamCinemaaki) October 26, 2019
If I didn't get rangoli in next 2 days I uninstall the app n give 1 Rating— Kishore.l (@Kishore2408) November 1, 2019
Me - I want a Rangoli stamp— Bade Chote (@badechote) October 30, 2019
Google Pay - pic.twitter.com/8XRw42HNDG
Apparently, people have spent more money than what they will ultimately get after receiving the rangoli stamp. Sums up how much we Indians love to collect free stuff.