Google Pay's Stamp Wali Diwali Remains Mysterious
Google Pay's Stamp Wali Diwali scheme ends today, i.e., on October 31 at 11:59 PM.
Google introduced a new stamps collection scheme called Stamp Wali Diwali ahead of this Diwali. Users who managed to collect all five stamps will be rewarded with Rs 251 and also get a chance to win Rs 1 lakh. Though many users are struggling to get the fifth Rangoli stamp, this scheme from Google has become a hit.
As Google Pay's Diwali stamps scheme ends today, i.e., on October 31 at 11:59 PM, users have taken it various platforms to specify that they're unable to get the fifth Rangoli stamp.
A quick Google search shows various cheat codes (including video tutorials) to get the Rangoli stamp. Some users are running "Rangoli stamp giveaway" schemes on Twitter and other social networking platforms.
Check out the tweets here:
@GooglePayIndia #StampsWaliDiwali Do you realise people are so crazy for Rangoli......if they dont get it after doing everything they can.....they will stop using your app in future out of frustration.— Pratik Sawarkar (@PratikS394) October 31, 2019
Google Pay's five Diwali-themed stamps are Diya, Flower, Jhumka, Lantern, and Rangoli. Google gave liberty to its users to gift and request these stamps with their friends. Google Pay also has a "Diwali Scanner" in the app that allows users to scan a Diwali item to catch a new stamp. One can also get these Diwali stamps by paying Rs 35 or more (it could be either sending money, recharging mobile, or paying a bill or business).
As per Google's rules for the stamps game, "Stamps are given out randomly. You could get any one of the five different stamps per collection method. The more you pay friends and businesses with Google, the more stamps you can collect."