This service is open for any Touch ‘n Go eWallet user with its verification (KYC) process completed. Singapore and China residents will not be able to perform cross border payments within their own country. Users who have linked a Singapore credit or debit card will not be able to make cross border payments within Singapore.
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- What does this mean to Touch ‘n Go eWallet user?
- Which country has enabled Touch ‘n Go eWallet Cross Border Payment service? And how do I know which merchants are available for cross border payment or accepts Touch ‘n Go eWallet?
- How do I make payments with the Touch ‘n Go eWallet overseas?
- Is this only open to Malaysian users who travel abroad? How about other nationalities who want to use Touch ‘n Go eWallet in other countries?
- What are the requirements a user must meet to use the service?
- Is there any transaction limit on cross-border transactions?
- Can I use Quick Payment when I am overseas?
- What is the currency exchange rate for payment transactions done overseas?
- What if I want a refund?
- Does cross border payments happen in real-time?