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Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Pockets By ICICI: Get Rs 25 Cashback on Adding Rs 250 For First Time

Hey guyz we are back with an amazing loot where you will get Rs.25 cashback on adding Rs.250 or more in Pockets wallet. And In This You Can Send All Money Into your Own Bank. So, guyz Hurry Up Loot loo


How To Grab Pockets Add Money Offer:

1. Firstly, Download, Pockets App – Click Here
   Download

2. After That Install & Open The App
3. Now Signup  & Enter Necessary details
4. Congrats! You are successfully registered
5. On Dashboard Click on Add Funds & Add Minimum Rs.250 in Pockets wallet
6. Now, Apply promocode – POCKADD250
7. Now Pay via Debit/Credit card or Net banking
8. Congrats! You'll get Rs.25 Cashback Into Your Wallet in 3-4hrs
Steps To Transfer To Bank Account:

1. Goto Dashboard⇒ Menu ⇒ Send Money
2. Now Click on Add / Manage Payee Add Payee
3) Now Select Others Option if you have other bank account and choose ICICI (If you have ICICI bank account)
4) Now, Select account type(Savings or Current) then Enter Bank Account name, IFSC code and click on Submit.
5) Now click on Confirm and wait 1 days for Transfer money to Bank
6) After 24 hours Goto Menu⇒ Send Money ⇒Register Bank accounts ⇒ Select the Bank account.
7) Now Enter amount and click on Confirm.
8) That's It. Your Money Will Be Transferred

Terms & Conditions:

  • Rs.25 extra offer is applicable only for first time loading of the wallet
  • Minimum Rs. 250 must be added to the wallet to get Rs. 25 extra
  • Rs.25 will be added to the Pocket wallet within 10 working days of adding money to the wallet
  • Only first 10,000 customers loading their Pockets wallet with Rs.250 or more during the offer period can avail of the offer
  • Wallets with status as Lost/Stolen/Blocked will not be eligible for this offer
  • Offer applicable on Android (Pockets version 4.1 & above) and is available for iOS users.
  • Offer valid from August 15,2017 to August 26, 2017.
  • More Details – Click Here