7-Eleven Stores In Malaysia Now Accept Credit Card Payments
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7-Eleven customers can now pay for their purchases at the convenience store with credit cards. This comes following an update by the major franchise that both credit and debit cards can be used for payment at its stores.

“Skip the queue at the ATM and pay conveniently with credit or debit card when you shop at #7ElevenMY,” said the convenience store chain in its Facebook post. This service has been enabled at all 7-Eleven stores in Peninsular Malaysia, as well as selected stores in Sabah and Sarawak – with more to come soon.

With this, 7-Eleven customers will have more cashless payment options to choose from – which is a good thing, especially amidst the new normal brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic. Prior to this, the franchise accepted cashless payments via debit cards, as well as selected e-wallets. These include RazerPay, AliPay, and Touch ‘n Go eWallet.

You can find out more about 7-Eleven’s update here.

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