Paytm returns to Play Store after suspension over violating Google insurance policies

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Digital funds app Paytm run returned to Google’s Play Store after being yanked off for allegedly violating playing insurance policies, mentioned the corporate’s founder on Friday.

“We launched a UPI CashBack campaign this morning. Our app acquired suspended by Google for this,” mentioned Vijay Shekhar Sharma on Twitter.

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Sharma mentioned the corporate has eliminated scratch cards that supplied the cashbacks to adjust to Google’s insurance policies.

“(Platforms like Google) are dominating platforms and with energy comes accountability. I imagine that they need to be liable for this nation’s development and startup ecosystem…India’s ecosystem wants assist, not stifling of innovation,” he instructed information channel CNBC-TV18, in response to information company PTI.

A Paytm spokesperson mentioned the corporate had ‘Paytm Cricket League’ on its client app was reliable. “The game permits customers to get player stickers after every transaction, accumulate them and get Paytm Cashback. Cashback is authorized in India and we strictly comply with all guidelines and legal guidelines of the land.

“Unfortunately, Google believes this to be a violation of its insurance policies and has unlisted the Paytm Android app from the Play Store,” the spokesperson instructed PTI.

Google eliminated the app from its Android store, citing violations of its playing approach by the fintech unicorn, which is backed by SoftBank, Alibaba and Berkshire Hathaway amongst others, reported Reuters.

“This includes if an app leads consumers to an external website that allows them to participate in paid tournaments to win real money or cash prizes,” mentioned Alphabet Inc’s Google, within the weblog submit. “It is a violation of our policies.”

The weblog submit didn’t name Paytm, however Google individually confirmed the removing for approach violations.

(With inputs from PTI and Reuters.)

[Attribution Business Standard.]

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