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Do You Always Run Out Of Cash And Have To Look For An ATM? It's Time To Use Maybank QRPay

You can get up to RM50 cashback per transaction!

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This Spotlight is sponsored by Maybank.

Ever started the week with just enough cash in your wallet, only to find that it all disappears by midweek?

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If this sounds familiar, you're not alone.

When it comes to keeping track of your spending, a cup of coffee here, a bag of chips there, and a lunch out with your colleagues can add up really quickly - and you'll be wishing you could somehow get your money back.

Then, there's the struggle of looking for an ATM that's conveniently closeby when you're out of cash

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The most annoying thing is having to pay the MEPS charges of RM1.06 each time you withdraw from a bank other than yours.

Well, the good news is that you can throw those worries out the window by using an e-payment channel like Maybank QRPay!

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Maybank QRPay is now accepted at more than 300,000 merchants nationwide, which means you no longer have to carry around lots of cash or look for ATMs.

The great thing about Maybank QRPay is that you can also keep track of your spending at a glance. Plus, you don't need to worry about topping-up QRPay like other ewallets, because the payment is deducted directly from your account.

From now 'til 31 December 2019, you can get up to RM50 cashback when you use Maybank QRPay at participating outlets

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Here's how to participate:

  • Step 1: Activate Maybank QRPay on your Maybank app, and link it to either your current, savings, or MAE account.
  • Step 2: Select PAY function in Maybank QRPay and spend a minimum of RM10 at any participating outlet.
  • Step 3: Win up to RM50 in instant cashback!

You get five chances to win from a total cashback pool of RM1,500,000, so make sure you don't miss out!

Find out more about Maybank QRPay and their amazing promos on their website today!

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