New Delhi-based MobiKwik was initially set up as a website where customers could create a wallet account, load money from either credit or debit cards or via net banking and then recharge prepaid cell phones. In 2013, it got a licence to run semi-closed wallet services and has tied up with online players such as eBay, BookMyShow, ShopClues, Jabong and Myntra. It is the only company that has tie-ups with offline retail merchants such as Dunkin’ Donuts, Café Coffee Day, Big Bazaar and Barista. C
E-wallet service provider MobiKwik is looking at expanding into lending money and financial investments
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