Growing trend for e-payment


Growing take-up: Businesses are adopting e-payments for convenience.

MORE small retailers are seeing the need to adopt e-payment methods to make it more convenient for their customers and to grow their business.

This higher take-up rate can be attributed to the public and private sectors’ push last year – the former by directing local financial institutions to upgrade debit and credit cards with PIN and contactless payment and the latter through the launch of various e-payment apps in Malaysia.

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