If you want to delete your MobiKwik account, you can learn how to do that here. This is the step by step guide about how to delete your MobiKwik account quickly.
MobiKwik is one of the first free mobile recharge sites of India. Well, by free mobile recharge I mean they only charge for recharges amount. Unlike early online recharge sites, they don’t charge extra money for doing recharge.
These days, other companies have started offering excellent service to the customers. There are many recharge services available on the web today. Now, after you try Paytm you may not wanna use Mobikwik anymore (no hard feeling for Mobikwik, just a thought!).
If you don’t want to use Mobikwik anymore, what would you do with your old account? Of course, you should get rid of it by deleting it. But, do you know how to close your Mobikwik account? If you no longer use the account but have some money left there, how you are going to get that money back to your bank account.
Maybe you are asking this question right now. So, here is the answer to your query. Below I have shared the process for closing your Mobikwik account and get the money back in your bank account. This is a simple step by step guide which even an 8th standard student will understand.
How to Close Your MobiKwik Account
According to OFFICIAL MOBIKWIK SUPPORT PAGE: “If you want to close your MobiKwik account, just file a ticket here. We will check the remaining MobiKwik balance and refund the amount due back to your account”.
So what you have to do is fill a support ticket on Mobikwik site requesting them to deactivate your account. You can use this link to submit your support ticket on Mobikwik. Just remember when sending a ticket you should mention some details about your account. Within a few days of sending the request, they will deactivate your account and the money which was in your account you will get that back in your bank account.
You may see that in the official statement there was no mention of refunding money to Bank but, they have said that they will refund the amount due to your account, and that must be your bank account (I think).