Sumant, a 30 year old migrant from Bihar, lost his job at a local BPO during Covid 19, making it very difficult to fend for his wife and 2 children. He somehow scraped together his savings and opened a small fruit and vegetable vending stall in Islampur. However since there was a significant increase in online payments during the pandemic his in-hand cash orders were quite low. And Sumant quickly realised that he had to learn how to conduct online transactions if he wanted his stall to thrive. It was then that he approached Agrasar for help in opening his own bank account. We supported him in opening a Jan Dhan (Zero Balance) Account at the Indian Post Payment Bank. Additionally we helped him learn about online banking, payment apps, etc. As a result he got a QR code for his account and started to actively take orders and make online transactions. When we met him again, he was happy to report his business was going well and he has managed to purchase an auto-rickshaw with his earnings. While his wife takes care of the stall, he now drives the rickshaw and is able to take care of his family.