Puspakom To Fully Adopt Cashless Payments At All Inspection Centres, Starting 1 July
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Puspakom has announced that it will be fully adopting cashless payments for all vehicle inspections at its 54 centres nationwide, starting from 1 July 2022.

With this, Puspakom customers will no longer be able to pay for the vehicle inspection company’s services using cash. Instead, they can make payments using credit and debit cards, as well as e-wallets. E-wallet options that are currently available include Puspakom’s own e-wallet (only available for Android phones), Maybank QRPay, GrabPay, Touch ‘n Go (TNG) eWallet, Boost, WeChat Pay, and Alipay.

The chief executive officer of Puspakom, Shukor Ismail said that this shift to cashless transactions is in line with Puspakom’s aspirations to fully digitise its business. Additionally, it is faster, more convenient, and safer – especially in relation to hygiene due to the Covid-19 pandemic.  

Shukor also said that Puspakom has actually already been implementing cashless payments since April 2021, as well as issuing electronic inspection reports and receipts. “However, cash payments were still allowed at that time, considering that there were still a small number of customers who did not have e-wallets, debit, or credit cards. However, the data shows that more than 90% of Puspakom customers now use the cashless transaction method at all our branches,” he further explained.

Puspakom customers who have enquiries or feedback regarding this move may contact the vehicle inspection company’s customer service centre at 03-5101 7000, or reach out to them via the Live Chat function on the official Puspakom website.

(Sources: Puspakom, Business Today)

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