Two cars up for grabs in bill payment contest

Schiesser (right) launching the Fire This Baby Up - JomPAY Like a Champion and Win Campaign.

PAYMENT Networks Malaysia Sdn Bhd (PayNet) launched its “Fire This Baby Up - JomPay Like a Champion and Win Campaign” for the third consecutive year.

The campaign offers more than RM2.3mil in prizes including two limited-edition Mini John Cooper Works cars. The contest runs from now until Sept 30.

Everyone is eligible to participate by just saving JomPay billers as favourites via Internet banking at any of the 40 participating banks in Malaysia.

The winner of the grand prizes – two limited-edition Mini John Cooper Works – will be announced in July and October this year respectively.

Monthly and weekly cash rebates from participating banks worth RM1.7mil are up for grabs.

The campaign aims to reward online banking users who make JomPay payments a priority.

JomPay is Malaysia’s national bill payment scheme established by PayNet Malaysia.

JomPay is a convenient, fast and secure way of paying bills and invoices. Customers can JomPay anytime and anywhere through the Internet, mobile banking or ATM of their preferred bank.

JomPay is free for customers when making payments.

PayNet group chief executive officer Peter Schiesser said JomPay’s transaction volume had grown by more than 214% annually as more bank customers discover JomPay’s convenience.

“Once you’ve saved your billers as JomPay favourites in online banking, it only takes a few seconds to pay your bills,” he added.

JomPay is Malaysia’s largest online bill payment service with 3,296 billers encompassing all telcos, electric utilities, pay TV services, water utility providers in 11 states, 112 local councils, educational institutions, insurers, stockbrokers, e-commerce merchants, SMEs and many other businesses.

“Billers and businesses using JomPay for payment collections need only connect to one bank to collect payments from other banks in Malaysia.

“Once a business enrols with JomPay, banks across the country work 24 hours per day, seven days a week to collect payments for the business,” Schiesser said.

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