"When Mrugank S., 33, an information technology professional in Bangalore, Karnataka, ordered five teaming carts of produce from Big Basket, an online grocery store, he chose “card-on-delivery” as the mode of payment. But when the two deliverymen wheeled up to his flat on the 14th floor of a tower, he pulled out a wad of bills.
Mr. Mrugank often uses his credit card, but that afternoon, nervous of a botched delivery, he turned to a reliable habit and pulled out 6,000 rupees, or $97, in cash, as most Indians do. 'It is a little bit safer,' he said." Continue Reading