Now, becoming a member of the bandwagon is Paytm CEO Vijay Shekhar Sharma, who in a response to a question by a Google Pay consumer turned buyer help govt.
Trying to determine what the error “XV” meant on Google Pay, Twitter consumer Aparna Jain mentioned that she couldn’t discover it on-line. Responding to this, Sharma prompt she transfer to Paytm as she received’t should publish such help requests. “Bonus: CEO level customer support,” he added.
@Aparna @GooglePayIndia Pls strive @Paytm and also you received’t publish such help requests. Yes ! You will pay straight from ba… https://t.co/FyXetJwU5v
— Vijay Shekhar Sharma (@vijayshekhar) 1613989839000
This isn’t the primary time Sharma has taken a dig on the Sundar-Pichai led search large. Last 12 months, he accused Google of abusing its monopoly to unfairly achieve prospects for its personal funds enterprise after Google eliminated Paytm app from its Play Store for s temporary time.
Sharma claimed that motion in opposition to Paytm occurred even earlier than they had been served a discover. He accused Google of a high-handed behaviour the place it acted because the “judge, jury, executioner and beneficiary.” “They have the power, and they are definitely harassing us,” Sharma instructed TOI as he claimed that Google took the “unprecedented step” solely to cease Paytm from buying new prospects with a purpose to assist different gamers within the funds market, together with their very own app. “You are benefiting yourself,” he charged at Google.
In his tweet, Sharma had quoted Mahatma Gandhi and mentioned, “Be the app that you want to see in the world. Condition: If only Google let’s you be. #GandhiJayanti.”