Khalti is newly launched wallet service in Nepal. It is a digital payment service that provides cashless transactions for various Bill Payments, Mobile Recharges, DTH payments, Money Transfers, Domestic Remittance, shopping and wallet payments. It is an easy way to send money or accept payments instantly.
Khalti is providing Refer and Earn service from which you can earn money by referring this to your friend and family. If you refer to your friend you and your friend both get NRs. 10. If you both verify your account and fill KYC form then Khalti gives you more NRs. 20. Many similar service do not let you transfer your money until you reach the fund limit. But with this Khalti App you can transfer your money instantly. I got NRs. 10 after signing up my account using my brother referral code and I recharged my Ncell number.
Open this link https://khalti.com/ to go to Khalti website and create a new account. You can also download Khalti App from play store and open this link Khalti App to earn. (you must have to signup using referral link)
Now confirm your mobile number. To confirm your mobile number, you have to confirm the code sent to you mobile number from Khalti.
After successfully creating your account, you will get NRs. 10. You can transfer it to your mobile if you want.
To earn more NRs. 10 you have to fill your form. It includes your name, citizenship etc to confirm your account. The notification of filling the form is given in your Khalti dashboard.
After filling that KYC form. You will get more NRs. 10.
Now its time to earn more by referring this to your friend and family. When you friend signup you both of you will get Rs.10. If you friend also fills the KYC form then both of you will get NRs.20. To refer to other friends go to LOYALTY >> Refer and Earn. You will be given a link just copy and send to others.
Keep referring to your friend and tell them to signup and keep getting your money for free.
Actually it is not free, because you are advertising Khalti Wallet. And I have already earned NRs. 440.
Isn’t it cool?