Lazada rolls out e-wallet for quicker payments


  • TECH
  • Tuesday, 10 Apr 2018

Lazada rolls out its own Lazada e-wallet, which allows for more seamless purchasing on the e-commerce site - Lazada

Removing more barriers from impulsive shopping, e-commerce site Lazada now allows users to make one-click payments using its new e-wallet. 

The e-wallet can be topped up through several methods, including credit and debit cards, payments via 7-Eleven stores and bank transfers.

The maximum the e-wallet can hold is RM4,999. 

To incentivise users to adopt the Lazada e-wallet, the site is offering discounts and rebates, in addition to allowing for one-click payments and speeding up refunds.

For instance, it has introduced Wallet Tuesdays which offers 10% cashback for purchases made in app with a minimum spend of RM100. However, the max discount offered will be RM20.

It is not clear at this time if the Lazada e-wallet would be opened up for payments outside the site.

According to Lazada's promotion page, users can activate the e-wallet by requesting Lazada to issue a confirmation e-mail as a security measure.

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