E-wallet services urge users to claim their RM30 eTunai before March 9


More locations including markets are going cashless as the public is being encouraged to adopt e-wallets through the eTunai Rakyat scheme. — AZHAR MAHFOF/The Star

With just a week left to claim and spend the RM30 eTunai Rakyat handout, e-wallet services are reminding users to grab their cash quickly as applications still take at least a day to process.

Eligible Malaysians are entitled to redeem the money through an e-wallet service of their choice, with RM450mil set aside to be distributed via the three approved services: Touch ‘n Go eWallet, Boost and GrabPay.

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