GHL Systems Berhad’s Malaysia-based business operations have reportedly added the ShopeePay mobile wallet to their digital payments acceptance options. The new payments service has been added after a recent partnership with ShopeePay Malaysia Sdn Bhd.
Through the partnership, GHL will enable its offline merchant base and new merchants with the option to take digital payments for purchases via the ShopeePay mobile wallet.
ShopeePay mobile wallet users are able to make payments at 104,300 selected GHL Transaction Payment Acquisition (TPA) merchant touchpoints based in Malaysia.
GHL said that it would introduce ShopeePay payment acceptance services in different phases with the initial batch going live in early February 2021.
GHL’s management claims they’re one of the ASEAN region’s largest non-bank merchant acquirers. They aim to provide a comprehensive range of cashless payment acceptance options and support transactions with credit and debit cards, mobile wallets and direct bank transfers for online and offline merchants.
Sean S. Hesh, Group CEO aat GHL, stated:
“With the addition of another e-wallet is definitely the way forward to enable our merchants reach a larger consumer base, and the base continues to grow along with ShopeePay’s promising scalability. We hope to help ShopeePay mobile wallet holders move beyond their use online to the offline merchants. At the end of the day, consumers are the clear winners from the wide range of choices and an enhanced payment experience.”
Alain Yee, Head of ShopeePay, remarked:
“Through our partnership with GHL Malaysia, ShopeePay will be integrated further for a seamless payment experience for offline transactions. And with our added cashback benefits, we will make the adoption of our mobile wallet a win-win for all sides by leading our users to support businesses through good deals, subsequently improving traffic for their outlets and helping them retain even more customers in the long run.”