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Google Pay Rangoli Stamp collection date extended till November 11

Google Pay Rangoli stamp

The Stamp Wali Diwali scheme announced by Google Pay before this Diwali on October 21 has gone viral. Hence, the company has just announced that it is extending the scheme until November 11.

The extension is mainly good for users who were struggling to get the fifth Rangoli stamp and failed when the scheme ended on October 31 at 11:59 PM. The unique stamp collection scheme gives users a chance to win an assured gift of Rs.251 and an additional bonus prize money of Rs.1 lakh via Google Pay by collecting five unique Diwali related stamps such as Diya, Jhumka, Flower, Lanterns, and Rangoli.

However, ever since the scheme has launched many users have reported that they are not getting the fifth Rangoli stamp through the Diwali reward feature in the virtual payment app. As a result, various cheat codes started circulating on the web to get the Rangoli stamp. Some users on Twitter and Facebook have even started running “Rangoli stamp giveaway” schemes.

We have also posted several unique methods to get the most desired Google Pay Rangoli Stamp. It may not work 100% of the time but you must try it till the extended time of the scheme.

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