Humans value love to the greatest extent- so much so that a whole week is dedicated to them, with things happening at a frenzied pitch. The D- day a.k.a Valentine’s Day holds the greatest importance in being the apogee of this “Celebration of Love” and hence, we often strive to build the most memorable occasion ever. Gifting holds an important aspect in the scheme, as it is the ultimate sign of showing love and affection. We pick out gifts, with a great deal of thought put to it, in order to present it as a small token of our affection. Yet humans aren’t perfect- our sense of gifting doesn’t always hit the mark. A miscalculation in size and taste and all the efforts put in gifting go down the drain. But hey! There is always an option of an exchange – something that can act as a friend and a foe, at the same time.
Here bills come of great importance, as for any exchange to take place- one needs a proof of purchase. So it is essential to store the bill in either physical/ digital form to save time and effort. And what if one doesn’t store it? Read on further.
We remember Mrs. Reena Kapoor, right? That resourceful lady who couldn’t go wrong, but go wrong she did – during that fateful day. Valentine’s Day holds a special place in her heart- her husband had proposed to her on this particular day, 10 years ago and she wanted to commemorate that. She picked up the nicest premium watch, booked a romantic place for dinner and planned everything to the T. Yet, as one says, lightning can strike twice and it certainly did. The watch felt too tight for her husband’s wrist and required to be exchanged. Unfortunately, she had accidentally dropped the bill, in excitement of the day and the store manager refused to exchange it. All the glory of the evening went to waste as the couple ran pillar-to-post to get the watch exchanged. Alas! What a way to end the celebration of 10 yrs of togetherness.
If only she had stored the bill somewhere safe. If only she had created a Product Card and stored it in BinBill.
Gift. Capture. Relax!!!