Paytm users from Maharashtra win ₹1 lakh for UPI Money Transfer through Paytm Cashback Dhamaka

Mumbai, 1st November 2021: India’s leading digital ecosystem for consumers and merchants Paytm has been running its Cashback Dhamaka program, which is a cashback festival. Aligned with the celebration of the festive season in the country, Paytm has been awarding 10 people with ₹1 lakh cashback each everyday. So far, 130 users from across India have won ₹1 lakh cashback.

Three users from Maharashtra — Kalpesh Suresh and Shekhar Surti from Thane, and Mansukh Ambavi Chamariya from Pune, who are all regular users of Paytm have won ₹1 lakh cashback. Both Surti and Chamariya have planned to invest the winning amount.

Users have been winning for payments made through all the payment options offered by the company — Paytm Wallet, Paytm UPI, Paytm Postpaid (Buy Now, Pay Later), credit cards/debit cards, Paytm PoS, All-in-One QR code, Soundbox among others.

Paytm users from Delhi, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Kerala, Karnataka and many other states have won so far. Many users said the win came to them at an opportune moment with the festivities around the corner, so they can buy gifts for friends and family.

In exciting news for Paytm users, the festival is far from over and users still stand a chance to win big bucks through payments done through the app.

The company had earlier announced that during the peak festive season (October 14-November 14), everyday 10 lucky winners will win ₹1 lakh each.

Users can win cashback by using Paytm for their mobile, broadband DTH recharges, utility bill payments, money transfer, booking travel (flight/bus/train) tickets, paying credit card bills, filling fuel at petrol pumps, booking movie tickets, FASTag payments, transactions at online and offline kirana stores, or payments at retail outlets, shopping malls, food courts, restaurants and many more.

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