Ringing Bells has now made a new statement saying that the company will not be taking the payment from the payment gateway facilitator PayUBiz, until it gives proof of delivery.
Taking a cautious move, PayUBiz after all the queries in an official statement, said, “As a leading payment solution company, we are cognizant of both our merchants and buyers. With a surge in no. of queries received for Freedom 251 during last few days, we are cautious towards the payments being made by buyers to buy Freedom 251. As a responsible payment solution company, we have ensured that the buyer’s money remains safe with us and gets released to the merchant once the product is dispatched. In case the merchant is not able to fulfil the huge demand they have received, we will work with merchant to return the money to buyers.”
Ringing Bells, the manufacturer of Freedom 251 has stopped taking bookings and claims that the company has received orders worth Rs 1.75 crores for the smartphone which will be delivered only after four months has raised speculations over the cost and also if the delivery will even be done.