Ketto Health Benefits

Ketto Health Benefits

1.    Type of Ketto health benefits

·        Mental health,
·        Teleconsultation,
·        1mg pharmacy.

2.    Can I share these benefits with my friend or family?
Yes, these benefits can be shared with your friends and family.
3.    How many times can I claim these benefits?
These benefits can be claimed only once.
4.    How do I know if I am eligible for Ketto health? What is reward eligibility?
You are eligible for the benefits the moment you start the campaign. However, to claim or activate the benefits. The campaign should raise a minimum of INR 5000

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