I am neither a lawyer nor a financial/securities representative, but speaking purely from a practical standpoint – this would be a dangerous idea.
In the United States, a vehicle that is known to be carrying cash is generally of the armored transport type, with security personnel.
Why? Because if you are known to be delivering money, you are essentially a target for robbery (or worse.) That’s basic how Robin Hood, Billy the Kid and all the other bandits in the a Wild West got famous – targeting trains and stagecoaches that were carrying the money for payroll.
If your business is based around delivering money, I’d do some serious research into history (start with Wells Fargo) before embarking.
Originally Posted: https://www.quora.com/DOC-Delivery-of-cash-How-practical-from-the-businesses-perspective-the-idea-of-an-online-start-up-delivering-cash-at-customers-doorstep-is-Similarly-like-food-or-grocery-delivery-Flipkart-had-long-ago-played-an-April-fools-prank-on-the-same-lines
Originally Posted On: 2015-09-05