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Do I need to pay GST on every Add Cash?"According to the Bharat Sarkar the GST rules have been changed and passed in the Parliament. These new rules have been implemented from (mention ‘Go live’ date here) (Use Go Live date)

From now on, the Bharat Sarkar will impose 28% GST on the users who are playing online rummy. This means whenever you add cash, a part of it will go to the Bharat Sarkar in the form of GST.

However, you need not worry! Rummy Brand bring to you Discount Credit offers! With this you have the opportunity to get Discount Credits. These Discount Credits can be used to play games with 100% discounted buy-ins.

If your objective is to play more games, then you have the option of claiming Superboost offers. With Superboost offers, you will get Discount Credits. There is no GST applicable on Superboost offers or on Discount Credits. Using Discount Credits, you will be able to play games at a discounted buy in and this will allow you to play more number of games for the same amount of Add Cash.
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Why is GST being charged on my deposit?According to the Bharat Sarkar the GST rules have been changed and passed in the Parliament. These new rules have been implemented from (mention ‘Go live’ date here)

(Use Go Live date) From now on, the Bharat Sarkar will impose 28% GST on the users who are playing online rummy. This means whenever you add cash, a part of it will go to the Bharat Sarkar in the form of GST.

Let us take a simple example, say you want to do an Add Cash of Rs 100. In doing so Rs 78 will go to you Game deposit and on Rs 78 Bharat Sarkar will charge 28% GST which amounts to Rs 22.


However, you need not worry! Rummy culture bring to you Discount Credit offers! With this you have the opportunity to get Discount Credits while you add cash, win a game, and then proceed to the withdrawal section. These Discount Credits can be used to play games with 100% discounted buy-ins. This offer will enhance the overall gaming experience on RummyCulture.
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How is GST calculation done on my deposit amount?(Use Go Live date) From now on, the Bharat Sarkar will impose 28% GST on the users who are playing online rummy. This means whenever you add cash, a part of it will go to the Bharat Sarkar in the form of GST.

Let us take a simple example, say you want to do an Add Cash of Rs 100. In doing so Rs 78 will go to you Game deposit and on Rs 78 Bharat Sarkar will charge 28% GST which amounts to Rs 22.

However, you need not worry! Rummy culture bring to you Discount Credit offers! With this you have the opportunity to get Discount Credits while you add cash, win a game, and then proceed to the withdrawal section. These Discount Credits can be used to play games with 100% discounted buy-ins. This offer will enhance the overall gaming experience on RummyCulture.
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Why is ₹28 GST on deposit of ₹100 the wrong calculation?According to the Bharat Sarkar the GST rules have been changed and passed in the Parliament. These new rules have been implemented from (mention ‘Go live’ date here)

(Use Go Live date) From now on, the Bharat Sarkar will impose 28% GST on the users who are playing online rummy. This means whenever you add cash, a part of it will go to the Bharat Sarkar in the form of GST.

Let us take a simple example, say you want to do an Add Cash of Rs 100. In doing so Rs 78 will go to you Game deposit and on Rs 78 Bharat Sarkar will charge 28% GST which amounts to Rs 22.
GST RelatedGST PolicyQueries on GST calculation
Why is ₹28 GST on deposit of ₹100 the wrong calculation?According to the Bharat Sarkar the GST rules have been changed and passed in the Parliament. These new rules have been implemented from (mention ‘Go live’ date here)

(Use Go Live date) From now on, the Bharat Sarkar will impose 28% GST on the users who are playing online rummy. This means whenever you add cash,
a part of it will go to the Bharat Sarkar in the form of GST.

Let us take a simple example, say you want to do an Add Cash of Rs 100. In doing so Rs 78 will go to you Game deposit and on Rs 78 Bharat Sarkar will charge 28% GST which amounts to Rs 22.
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As a business owner, can I claim GST refund?No. GST refund cannot be claimed by business owners. This is because during the KYC process, players are allowed to verify using individual PANs and not business PANs.GST RelatedGST PolicyClaiming GST paid
What will be the proof of GST submitted to government by RummyCulture?During deposit (Add Cash), the platform will automatically calculate the GST amount. This amount will be submitted to the government on the player's behalf by the platform. As a proof, a GST invoice will be generated and provided to all players. This will be visible and can be downloaded from the Add Cash success screen and the Wallet section.GST RelatedGST PolicyProof of GST paid to Govt
Since I am already paying GST, do I need to pay TDS?Yes. Whenever applicable, both GST and TDS need to be paid.

• All players will need to start paying GST at the rate of 28% to the government on every deposit (Add Cash) from 1st October 2023 onwards. This is applicable for all players on online money gaming apps.

• TDS is applicable on net winnings during withdrawals and is separate from the GST on Add Cash. TDS would be chargeble on Net winnings, i.e. when you are Net winnings in profits (Net winnings = Total Withdrawal - (Total Add Cash - Opening balance)). TDS will now be deducted on winnings from online games and this was applicable from 1st April 2023 in accordance to the Income Tax Act.
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From when will GST start getting charged?Players will need to start paying GST at the rate of 28% to the government on every deposit (Add Cash) from 1st October 2023 onwards. This is applicable for all players on online money gaming apps.GST RelatedGST Policy28% GST by Bharat Sarkar
Who is charging this GST?According to the Bharat Sarkar the GST rules have been changed and passed in the Parliament. These new rules have been implemented from (mention ‘Go live’ date here)

(Use Go Live date) From now on, the Bharat Sarkar will impose 28% GST on the users who are playing online rummy. This means whenever you add cash, a part of it will go to the Bharat Sarkar in the form of GST.
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How do I deposit the GST amount to the goverment?During deposit (Add Cash), the platform will automatically calculate the GST amount. This amount will be submitted to the government on the player's behalf by the platform. As a proof, a GST invoice will be generated and provided to all players. This will be visible and can be downloaded from the Add Cash success screen and the Wallet section.GST RelatedGST Policy28% GST by Bharat Sarkar
Why are players on online money gaming apps required to pay GST to the government?"According to the Bharat Sarkar the GST rules for online money gaming apps have been changed and passed in the Parliament. These new rules have been implemented from (mention ‘Go live’ date here)

(Use Go Live date) From now on, the Bharat Sarkar will impose 28% GST on the users who are playing online rummy. This means whenever you add cash, a part of it will go to the Bharat Sarkar in the form of GST."
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I did an Add Cash of Rs. XX, “I got an invoice or Pop-up which said something about 28% GST charges”; what are these charges? Real Money Gaming pe, GST kabse lagne laga?According to the Bharat Sarkar the GST rules have been changed and passed in the Parliament. These new rules have been implemented from (mention ‘Go live’ date here)

(Use Go Live date) From now on, the Bharat Sarkar will impose 28% GST on the users who are playing online rummy. This means whenever you add cash, a part of it will go to the Bharat Sarkar in the form of GST.

Rest assured, you need not worry <Brand Name> is with you.
You can now avail offers in the form of discount credits as good will gesture.
In simple words, if you add Rs 100/- post GST deduction also you will still be able to play the cash game of Rs 100 with the help of offers we are providing!

Let’s look at this in the form of an example, When you add <XX> amount as Add Cash, then effective today, <XX/1.28> amount will be credited. And the balance amount of <XX/1.28> will be paid to the Bharat Sarkar. Despite this you will be able to play a cash game up to <XX> amount.
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A. I did an Add Cash of Rs. XX, “I got an invoice or Pop-up which said something about 28% GST charges”; you have started levying GST charges, already you were levying TDS, on top of that you have removed Add Cash offers; Why should I play on your platform?




B. As you have removed the Add Cash related bonus/offers, what other offers are you providing instead of this?
According to the Bharat Sarkar the GST rules have been changed and passed in the Parliament. These new rules have been implemented from (mention ‘Go live’ date here)

Rest assured, you need not worry <Brand Name> is with you. RummyCulture brings for the first time ever discount credits. Whenever you add cash, and win a game and if you go to the withdrawal section, you can get Discount Credits.
Discount Credits that allow you to get up to 100% discounted game buy-ins!

<If user asks for further info or detailed explanations, use the below>

The first way to get DC is Superboost on winning a game (on your scorecard)-
You may get a Superboost offer after winning your game. Whenever you claim this offer, you will get Discount Credits. Let us understand with an example. Let's say you won a game and got winnings worth Rs 1,800. By claiming the Superboost offer you can move the amount you have won from the withdrawal balance back to the game balance. For doing this we will give you extra Discount Credits. This means you have won Rs. 1,800 and Extra 100 Discount Credits, using which you can now play cash games up to the value of Rs.1900.

The second way to get DC is Superboost at the time of withdrawal-
Now at the time of withdrawal you can get the new Superboost offer, which gives you extra Discount Credits. If you withdraw a partial amount instead of the full amount, you can get extra Discount Credit through the Superboost offer.

Today, we also provide you an offer during add cash–
Whenever you add cash, you will get “Discount” Credits. In simple words, if you add cash of Rs 100, you will be able to play the cash game of Rs 100 even after deducting GST! What can be better than this!

We have seen that many players add cash again to play games immediately after withdrawing. But keep in mind that now you will have to pay GST to the Government of India on your added cash.

So if you are a player who plays 4-5 days in a week, now your option will be that instead of withdrawing your entire winnings every day, you will keep some of your winnings for the next day.

You will be able to do this easily while withdrawing. When you change your winnings in the Game Balance, you will get extra Discount Credits.
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How will you share GST receipts with me? I want to retrospectively map my Add Cash to GST deductions, how can I do this?During deposit (Add Cash), the platform will automatically calculate the GST amount. This amount will be submitted to the government on the player's behalf by the platform. As a proof, a GST invoice will be generated and provided to all players. This will be visible and can be downloaded from the Add Cash success screen and the WalletGST RelatedGST PolicyGST invoice Related
Yeh GST kya hai? Pehle TDS aa gaya online gaming main aur abh GST; I already lose so much on the platform and whenever I win, I have to pay TDS; on top of that, I have to even pay GST now? Where can I see proof that the government has levied GST on Online Games?GST Law ke niyam badal chuke hain aur yeh Parliament mein pass bhi ho gaye hain <xx date> - <GST launch date> se yeh naye niyam laagu ho gaya hain.. Isko aap <GST in online gaming> google karne par mil jayega!

Ab se online rummy khelne walo par Sarkar 28% ka GST lagayegi. Is karan aap ab jab bhi Add Cash karenge toh uska ek hissa GST ke roop mein Sarkar ko jayega.

Jo GST Bharat Sarkar ko jayega, uska GST invoice aapko apne application me prapt hoga!

Par aap chinta na karein. RummyCulture apke saath hai. Hum naye offers laane wale hain. Taaki aap tension free ho kar game khelte rahe

TDS aapko tab hi laagu hoga jab aapka net winnings Add Cash amount se jyada hoga!
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