Visa Partners ShopBack to Host Three-Day Buka Puasa Treats Online

Malaysia, 13 June 2017: Top Cashback platform ShopBack and global payment technology company Visa today announced a three-day Buka Puasa Treats ‘Jom Iftar Bersama ShopBack’ campaign, which will be organised in the form of online meals booking via ShopBack Malaysia’s Visa store at www.shopback.my/visa from 14th – 16th June 2017.

During the event period, the public can go to the site and order a meal/voucher from Eatigo, Fave by Groupon, Foodpanda, or PappaDelivery for themselves and the person they want to sponsor and enjoy a Buka Puasa dinner with, whereas Visa and ShopBack will giveaway RM25 Cashback to their accounts thereafter.

“We are truly glad to team up with Visa on this campaign in the spirit of Ramadan. We hope to express our appreciation to our users and encourage the spirit of sharing among the online community in Malaysia, starting by ordering and sharing a meal with the people around us. The Cashback earned is meant to be transferred to their bank account after verification, which is also a savings that could be put to good use.” Alvin Gill, the Country Manager for ShopBack Malaysia said.

Alvin expressed that the company has seen at least 60 per cent increment in terms of the number of users from its website and app in the past six months, which indicates more Malaysians are spending cautiously and constantly looking for the ways to save due to current economic challenges.

Currently, there are more than 650,000 Malaysians making online purchases through ShopBack account every month. The company collaborates with over 500 international and online e-retailers such as Booking.com, Fave by Groupon, Foodpanda, Hermo, Lazada, Zalora and more to reward shoppers with up to 30% hard cash whenever they make a purchase online.

ShopBack is the top Cashback platform in Southeast Asia that has enabled Malaysian online shoppers to save RM13.5 million thus far. Other than Malaysia, it also has a presence in India, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore and Taiwan.

Author: VSDaily Editor

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