Mah Sing and Fave offer cashless option for buyers to book properties


Cashless payment: (from left) Lionel, Mah Sing director of group strategy and operations Rachel Leong and Chen with their new collaboration that allows buyers to pay their deposit with the Fave mobile app.

PETALING JAYA: Buyers of Mah Sing Group Bhd’s properties can opt to pay the booking fee for their preferred units with the FavePay cashless payment service and earn exclusive AirAsia BIG Points as a reward.

Mah Sing has partnered with digital payments platform Fave to provide convenience to home-buyers to pay their deposit for selected projects across Malaysia with the Fave mobile app.

Within Klang Valley, the participating projects are M Centura, Sentul, Sensory Residence@Southville City, KL South, Cerrado@Southville City, Savanna Executive Suites@Southville City, KL South as well as Savanna Lifestyle Shop and Boulevard Shop@Southville City, KL South.

Meanwhile, buyers can also use the FavePay service to pay the booking fee for Mah Sing’s property projects in Penang, namely, M Vista, Penang, Southbay Plaza, Penang, The Loft@Southbay City, Penang and Ferringhi Residence 2C, Penang.

Interested buyers can visit the respective project sales gallery beginning April 15 until June 15 this year.

Mah Sing home-buyers who have connected AirAsia BIG Points to their Fave app will be rewarded with one BIG Point for every RM1 spent, based on the net payable amount.

They could also stand a chance to win one of the five return flights to Krabi sponsored by AirAsia BIG.

According to Mah Sing director of group strategy and operations Lionel Leong, the collaboration between the property developer and Fave marks Mah Sing’s “ambitious adoption of digital initiatives” in every part of the property journey, from sales and marketing, construction management and quality assurance, customer experience and engagement to property management.

Fave co-founder Chen Chow Yeoh said that the digital payments platform aims to help businesses to grow by going digital.

“Today, together, we take one more step towards the vision of a cashless Malaysia, where Malaysians can use their Fave app not only to pay for dinner at a restaurant or purchase a new TV set, but also pay the booking fees for their new home with the convenience of simply scanning the QR code and receiving rewards,” he said.

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