Yes. All retailers are encouraged to join the participating e-wallet providers’ platforms in order for eBelia recipients to use their eBelia credits at their outlets, for both online and offline transactions.
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- What is the eBelia initiative?
- Who is eligible for eBelia?
- I am 20 years old but turning 21 years old in 2021, do I qualify for the programme?
- I will be enrolling as a full-time student at a local IPT by end of the year, do I qualify for the programme?
- I was a full-time student but has graduated before the programme starts, do I qualify for the programme?
- What is the definition of eligible fulltime student registered with Ministry of Higher Education (“MOHE”)?
- I am a Malaysian part-time student and did not register with Ministry of Higher Education (“MOHE”), can I apply for eBelia credit?
- When does the programme start, what is the duration of the programme? How about the e-wallet incentives? Is there a deadline?
- Which e-wallets can I claim this initiative from?
- Can I claim the RM150 eBelia credit from more than one e-wallet?