Lotus’s Malaysia Records Higher Cashless Payments

Vivian Yap, Customer Executive Director of Lotus’s Malaysia.

Lotus’s Stores (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (Lotus’s Malaysia), formerly known as Tesco Malaysia is expanding its contactless payment ecosystem to accept ShopeePay. This is in response to the 25 per cent year-on-year increase in cashless payments recorded amongst its shoppers.

“Given the growing reliance on e-wallets, we need to ensure that all available options are accessible to our shoppers. Customers will also get to enjoy cashbacks when they pay for their groceries using ShopeePay at any of our 62 stores nationwide, thus allowing them to enjoy greater savings”, said Vivian Yap, Customer Executive Director of Lotus’s Malaysia.

Alain Yee, Head of ShopeePay Malaysia, notes that the increase in cashless payments in Lotus’s shows positive adoption of contactless payments in the country.

“Our partnership with Lotus’s Malaysia started with them launching their official store on Shopee and to now have ShopeePay accepted at Lotus’s physical stores is indeed a step forward in deepening our relationship,” said Yee.

To commemorate Lotus’s partnership with ShopeePay, customers will receive an RM4 cashback with a minimum spend of RM40 in a single transaction when they pay for their groceries with ShopeePay at any Lotus’s outlet.

Starting from now till 29 September 2021 and in conjunction with Shopee 8.8 Brands Festival, each shopper is also entitled to a maximum of two cashbacks throughout the campaign period.

On top of that, customers can also enjoy an RM3 cashback with a minimum spend of RM15 when they use ShopeePay at any Lotus’s stores from now until 31 December 2021. However, each user is only entitled to the RM3 cash back once daily.

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