Freecharge Unlimited Cashback Scratch Card Offer
Hello Friends, We are back with a new loot of the year. You can earn unlimited cashback on recharges and bill payment of Rs.10 unlimited times, you heard it, No Promo code, No Deal like Freecharge Rs.1 Deals or promo code required.
PS: This offer is not available in West Bengal, Tamilnadu, Sikkim, Nagaland
Freecharge Scratch Card Loot
Freecharge has recently introduced a Scratch card module just like google pay and paytm where they are offering scratch card for recharge and bill payment. You just need to recharge with Rs.10 and you will earn a scratch card and guess what you will not get Rs.1 or 2 you will get cashback around Rs.40 – 500
Freecharge offer is available for might be smaller time but loot it before they change the terms & conditions. make unlimited free recharges from Free and earns extra cashback from it. follow the guide.
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Things to Remember
👉🏻Try at your own Risk
👉 Cashback banner is shown at the time of Recharge
👉🏻 Don’t Recharge multiple times on the same number
👉🏻 Use same Freecharge account but Recharge on different no. Each time
👉🏻 On the first try, Recharge Jio Number with Rs.10
👉🏻Must update your app first & Enable Location | Not Valid in TN, WB, SK, NG
How To Earn Unlimited Cashback From Freecharge or Rs.10 Recharge
1. First of all open Your Freecharge App & Update the app is not updated yet.
2. Now Make a Transaction of Rs.10 and check it must show you are eligible for a Scratch card.
3. Now Make the payment using Wallet / UPI
4. You will see the Scratch card is unlocked.
Please Claim the card from the last page else it will not show again
5. Now Scratch the card. You will get more than Rs.25
6. Keep Doing recharge until you stop getting Scratch card
7. Many people are getting recharge on 10 Recharges per day so you know
8. You can get cashback 10 /5 times a day then try the next day
Terms & Conditions
This Offer is not available for the state of Tamilnadu, Sikkim, Nagaland, West Bengal