Pi are Credits which are earned on your daily expenses like groceries, food, etc. which can be redeemed online to buy goods.Pi score are credits which can be distributed to customers who scan QR codes attached to your ad campaign's. Customers then book the products/services and select a campaign assigned store where they physically purchase the product in order to receive Pi credits.
Pi score's sales defined advertising system will track the performance of every advertisement and provides you sale analytics for the same making advertisements smarter than ever.
You need to be of 18 years of age, a citizen of India and must have a working phone number to meet the eligibility criteria to become a Pi score member.
Pi score allows you to start ad campaigns in your account, and the same will be promoted to over 1 million customer base over our partnered retail stores and generate sale and also allows you to track every advertisement that you've made attaching your Qr code generated of score ad campaigns.
You can recharge your pi account with pi credits whenever your account looks exhausted due to sales generation using any of our payment gateway options.
A list of our stores are trusted and partnered retailers who are registered under our portal, who will be displayed upon selecting the "Find a store" button.
You can email us your cancel request at firstname.lastname@example.org After due consideration, your account will be deactivated. To reactivate your account, please email us your request at same email id.
Yes, your data will be secure with us and we shall share it with only our trusted third party partners for promotion purposes only.
No, there is no limit to the amount of Pi credits you would distribute using Pi scores predefined sale defined advertising system. However, we exercise predefined ratios to make sure that your ad spends are most effective.
No, Pi is not real money . They are points that can be redeemed online to buy goods.
No, Pi cannot be transferred to from one form to another neither can it be converted from one form to another as of now.
Yes, Pi is free for all.