Razer Fintech rallies Malaysians to support local businesses and shift towards cashless payments with #RazerForLife.

Razer Fintech, the financial technology arm of Razer Inc, launched the #RazerForLife initiative to encourage Malaysians to support the local businesses. Aligned to the national #KitaJagaKita movement, #RazerForLife is a bid to drive customers to these local businesses and towards a cashless Malaysia.

The initiative is part of Razer’s commitment to its partners and merchants during the global pandemic – announced earlier in April, with a support fund of USD50 million for all its global markets.

“The global pandemic has made a significant impact on businesses, large to small, across the globe and as Malaysia enters the RMCO, it is also the time for us to stand by our partners and merchants to tide through recovery side by side,” said Lee Li Meng, Chief Executive Officer at Razer Fintech.

Lee further added that #RazerForLife is their way of looking out for their partners by encouraging consumers to support the local businesses, especially when Malaysia is ahead of most of its neighbouring counterparts in contactless and digital payments.

New (SME) merchants who come onboard with Razer Fintech during the initiative period (until 31 December 2020) will enjoy waived MDR fees, subject to terms and conditions. Razer Fintech aims to add another 50,000 touchpoints by the end of the year.

#RazerForLife will further support the 14,000 merchants on its network and the push towards cashless payments by offering consumers (who are existing Razer Pay users or new sign-ups) one free surgical mask per month from July to November 2020 and one free surgical mask per day with a minimum purchase of RM10 using Razer Pay at any of its 14,000 merchants.

 

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest News

11th IGEM 2020 positions Malaysia as a flourishing hub of green industries and finance

The third day of the 11th International Greentech & Eco Products Exhibition & Conference Malaysia (IGEM 2020), continued to serve as a...

Tech enabled startups are agents of innovation in the country, says MOSTI

E-Nation, a flagship annual conference organised by the Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre (MaGIC) identified agility as key to successful businesses...

Deloitte report finds Malaysia among regional leaders in digital life adoption

An extensive survey conducted by Deloitte across age groups in eight countries in South and Southeast Asia showed that consumers aged between...

CIMB to continue repayment assistance programme

CIMB Bank Berhad and CIMB Islamic Bank Berhad has announced that its repayment assistance programme continues to be made available, to allow...

Gamuda Land launches digital gallery, Gamuda Land Virtual Experiential Gallery

Gamuda Land has launched its innovative digital gallery, Gamuda Land Virtual Experiential Gallery. The gallery is built entirely on a virtual reality...

Must read

How today’s technology is key to industrial and manufacturing sector business continuity in a post-Covid-19 world

By  Dr. Ravi Gopinath, Chief Product Officer AVEVA , How the world does business was changing before the outbreak...

Prioritising digital resiliency in the road to recovery

By Maria Dzhanan, Vice President, Oracle Digital, JAPAC With sixty-one percent of small and medium businesses (SMBs) in Asia Pacific...

Is WFH Stifling Innovation?

Many companies are adopting ‘work from home’ models for employees following their success during COVID-19. The pandemic-induced economic downturn may not necessarily...

Agricultural industrialisation as key to food safety, security & sovereignty

By Jason Loh, Emir Research’s Q3 2020 Focus Group Discussion (FGD) findings has highlighted concerns over food safety, security...