News you can use. As the government moves to remove Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes from circulation, there has been a full stop on the COD orders coming in to online shopping site.
Just in: @flipkart has disabled cash on delivery orders for goods worth over Rs 2000. @amazonIN won't accept any COD orders for now. pic.twitter.com/0WX6tSS4lc
— FactorDaily (@factordaily) November 9, 2016
Merchants have said they will not be accepting payments in notes of those denominations that now stand banned.
In compliance with Ministry of Finance’s instructions, delivery associates won’t accept Rs500/1000 from 9thNov.More: https://t.co/exQwN6mpTN
— Amazon.in (@amazonIN) November 8, 2016
In a surprise move, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced via a national televised address that the country is taking all existing 500 and 1,000 rupee notes out of circulation in a bid to tackle the massive issue of black money. With leaving no time for adjustments of any kind, he has hit the problem on the head. In his address he said this was an effort to get rid of counterfeit cash out of the financial system.
However there has been no reason to panic for those who have no black money trails. This info graphic shares what all can be done.
People friendly measures to minimise inconvenience. #IndiaFightsCorruption pic.twitter.com/NP7wlx5XST
— Radha Mohan Singh (@RadhamohanBJP) November 8, 2016