Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is Pi ?

Pi are credit which are earned on your daily expenses like groceries, food, etc. which can be redeemed online to buy goods.

2. Advantages of Pi?

Pi empowers online buying. You get Pi back on almost everything and anything. Pi gives a total of 100% cash back on everything. Pi is 100% safe, legal and transparent. Pi is free, it doesn’t cost you anything to use Pi.

You get Pi on all your taxed bills.

3. What is the eligibility criteria to become a Pi member ?

You need to be of 13 years of age, a citizen of india and must have a working phone number to meet the eligibility criteria to become a member of Pi.

4. How do I login or become a Pi member?

You can login or register at our domain

5. How do I earn Pi ?

Pi can be earned every time you make a purchase and you receive a taxed bill. All you need to do is login to your account at and enter your bill details in your “My Profile” page to earn Pi.

6. How can I redeem Pi ?

You can redeem Pi on any of our registered partner’s website online by selecting the "Redeem" button in "My Profile" page.

7. Who are our partners ?

A list of our registered partners are displayed upon selecting the "Redeem" button.

8. How do we contact Pi ?

You can contact us at +918099323232 or email us at

9. How can I cancel or delete my Pi account ?

You can email us your cancel request at After due consideration, your account will be deactivated. To reactivate your account, please email us your request at

10. Is my data secure?

Yes, your data will be secure with us and we shall share it with only our trusted third party partners.

11. Is there a limit to the amount of Pi that I can earn ?

No, there is no limit to the amount of Pi you can earn. However, we exercise a minimum of 30 days to redemption of the credit and a maximum of 90 days to the expiry of the credit.

12. Is Pi real money?

No, Pi is not real money . They are credit that can be redeemed online to buy goods.

13. Can Pi be transferred?

No, Pi cannot be transferred to from one form to another neither can it be converted from one form to another as of now.

14. Is Pi free?

Yes, Pi is free for all.