Online payment solution provider MOLPay, and Senheng Electric (KL), a Malaysia-based one stop electrical appliance centre have announced a strategic collaboration to introduce MOLPay Physical Payment service to online businesses in Malaysia.
Under the collaboration, MOLPay will add MOLPay Physical Payment service to its existing and new online merchant’s payment method as an alternative payment option apart from credit cards and online banking payment options, thus allowing online merchant’s customers to pay cash for online purchases at more than 130 outlets of Senheng / senQ across Malaysia.
Senheng is a well-known household brand name among Malaysians with more than 130 consumer electronics chain stores in Malaysia with two channels – SENHENG and senQ Digital Station – with each serving different groups of customers. senQ is the megastores established in big shopping malls and carries premium products that allows shoppers to touch, feel and test a wide range of the latest high-tech products in spacious and comfortable environment.
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