What is Wizely?
Wizely is a digital piggy bank that offers a flexible and an easy-to-use savings platform for millennials to reach short-term, aspirational purchases and experiences, which are otherwise difficult to attain.
You can plan for a purchase, save in flexible installments over a period of time and buy guilt-free without taking debt. Wizely wants to make every wish and aspiration of yours a reality. Wizely is here to help you not only plan and save for your wishes but also help you make them a reality in the most affordable way. After all, there is nothing more fulfilling in life than saving for something you have always wanted and finally getting your hands on it.
Is it safe to use the Wizely app?
Absolutely. We are very serious about our user’s information and transaction details. For banking & settlement services, Wizely has partnered with Yes Bank. Every rupee saved on Wizely is safely stored in a secure account at Yes Bank.
Wizely also employs multi-level security measures including firewalls, Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.2 and 256-bit encryption. All information is stored using AES-256 encryption and is managed with strict data access policies and usage control.
What is Pre-Book?
With Wizely you can earn up to 15% extra value on your savings if you plan and Pre-Book a purchase that you want to make in 1-6 months. Eg: You want to purchase a smartphone in 3 months from Amazon for Rs.20,000. You can save Rs. 17,400 and get Rs.2,600 (15%) in extra value by Pre-Booking your planned purchase today.
How do I save money towards Wizely?
To start saving, click on the ‘Save’ button on your home page of the Wizely app. Enter an amount and choose your saving method. You can choose between UPI, debit card and net banking.
How can I get my savings back?
Click on ‘Refund Savings’ in the profile section of the Wizely app. You can choose between UPI and Bank account as your refund method. In most cases, your savings are transferred instantly but in some cases, it might take up to 3-5 business days. We will verify the name that was used at the time of signing up to ensure the money is credited back to the right account.