Touch ‘n Go: Only buy new NFC-enabled cards from legit agents

The cards which were released last week have been listed as unavailable on the TNG ewallet. Customers have also claimed that the cards are sold out at physical outlets. — Handout

PETALING JAYA: Touch ‘n Go has urged customers to purchase the newly-released enhanced TNG card from its official channel.

This comes after reports of scalpers offering the cards for up to RM90 on an ecommerce site.

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