New offline facility for easy sewerage bill payments

RAZER’S financial technological arm, Razer Fintech has entered into a partnership with Indah Water Konsortium (IWK) to provide customers the facility to make offline payments for their IWK utility bills.

The Razer merchant services’ combination of point-of-sale (POS) systems, terminals and web-based interfaces is available at all 7-Eleven stores nationwide and will be available at 99 Speedmart stores in due course.

Additionally, Razer Pay users are able to pay their IWK bill through its e-wallet app.

Through existing retail merchant service terminals and systems infrastructure at over 2,400 7-Eleven and 1,600 99 SpeedMart stores, sewerage utility bills can be paid with cash or cashless payment solutions.

Customers simply present their utility bill to the cashier at the supported convenient stores.

With a quick scan, customers can confirm the amount due for the particular bill and pay through a seamless system.

Customers can also pay IWK bills via the Razer Pay e-wallet on their smartphones.

Those who register for the e-bill can access the bills anytime, as the bill cycle has been revised to a six-month cycle effective this year.

“We are proud to add IWK to our ever-growing list of supported businesses,” said Razer Fintech chief executive officer Limeng Lee.

“Under this partnership, we continue to bridge the gap from offline to online channels.

“We also view this as a necessary step in our efforts to go paperless for the environment as well as keeping people safe during the Covid-19 pandemic.”

This comes as Razer Fintech recently introduced a new value-added bill payment feature, allowing customers to pay for myriad services, including satellite television subscription, electricity payment, mobile postpaid plans, local council assessment fees and water bills through the Razer Pay e-wallet app.
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