TNG eWallet Introduces RM5,000 Maximum Reload Limit For Top-Ups Using Reload PINs
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Touch ‘n Go (TNG) eWallet has introduced a maximum reload limit of RM5,000 per month for top-ups using reload PINs. This new monthly cap is set to take effect starting from 15 December 2021.

At present, users are not limited by any monthly caps when reloading their TNG eWallet using reload PINs. They can purchase as many reload PINs as they wish – available at values starting from RM10 all the way up to RM500 – and reload as frequently as they wish. These PINs can be purchased at various retail outlets as well as some apps that offer bill payment services.

Other manual reload methods, meanwhile, continue to carry the same stipulations that they always have. The maximum reload amount that can be made through debit and credit cards, as well as online banking via FPX are still restricted by the user’s own pre-set banking limits and the size of his or her eWallet size.

Interestingly, TNG did not provide any justification as to why this new condition was introduced in its latest user agreement policy (dated 19 November 2021).

(Source: TNG eWallet)

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