Pockets App – Get Rs 10 On Sign Up + Rs 100 For Referring Friends (Loot)

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Hi Guys Zin This Post Lets Talk About An Offer Which Is Officially From Pockets App. Pockets App Is An Mobile Banking App Officially From ICICI Bank India. So They Have Started An Promotional Offer Which Is On 3 Refer You Can Get Rs 50 Balance In Pockets Account. So Lets Discuss Out Today’s Topic – Pockets App – Get Rs 10 On Sign Up + Rs 100 For Referring Friends (Loot)


What’s In This Offer ?

Guys & Girls, In This Offer You Have To Download Pockets App And Sign Up On It. On Sign Up You Will Get Rs 10 For Free In Your Pockets Wallet From Which You Guys Can Do Free Recharge Or Any Bill Payments Etc. And One More Thing You Guys Can Also Earn Rs 100 In Your Pockets Wallet By Referring Your Friends,






Steps For Pockets App – Get Rs 10 On Sign Up + Rs 100 For Referring Friends

1. First Download Pockets App – CLICK HERE

2. Install & Open The App

3. Click On Verify Mobile Number

4. One Auto SMS Will Be Sent To Their Server And One OTP Will Come Via SMS In Your Number

5. Simple Enter The OTP On Next Page

6. Enter Your Details Like Name, Date Of Birth (Same As Aadhaar Card)

7. Also Enter Your Aadhaar Number & Rest Of The Details

8. On Refer / Promocode Section Enter Code >> POC0041985

9. Click On Sign Up

10. On Next Page >> Select Any 4 Digit MPIN >> Example 5005, 1000 Etc. (Depends Upon You)

11. Done, You Can See Rs 10 In Your Wallet.

You Can Enjoy That Rs 10 By Recharging Or Any Types Of Payment From Virtual Card. (Virtual Card Details Can Be Found By Clicking On Balance Section)



Terms & Conditions For  Pockets App – Get Rs 10 On Sign Up + Rs 100 For Referring Friends

1. On Referring 3 Friends You Gets Rs 50 (Max. Rs 100) Can Be Earned By Referring Friends.
2. The Refer Amount Will Be Get Credited Within 7 Days Of Referring,
3. Valid Till September 3rd 2018
4. The Friend Who Sign Up Through A Refer Code Will Get Rs 10.


TVF Of Pockets App By ICICI Bank




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