WeChat Pay Malaysia and Petron Malaysia announced their collaboration that will allow motorists to pay using the WeChat Pay Malaysia e-wallet at close to 200 Petron service stations and gradually nationwide. The initiative is part of WeChat Pay Malaysia and Petron Malaysia’s commitment to enhance customer experience by providing ease of transactions at stations.


This collaboration marks the first of ‘e-wallet payment option at the service stations in Malaysia’ made possible by WeChat Pay Malaysia.


WeChat Pay is one of the most widely used payment methods in China, and is fast gaining popularity in Malaysia. The e-wallet only requires users to flash the phone at the counter, thus allowing customers to go cashless and even cardless.


According to WeChat Pay Malaysia Chief Executive Officer Jason Siew, “We believe in forging collaborations, which help us deliver the best experiences to our customers. This collaboration with Petron will further encourage the growth of cashless payments in Malaysia.

Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Deputy Secretary General (Domestic Trade) Yang Berusaha Tuan Badrul Hisham Bin Mohd and Petron Head of Retail Business Mr Choong Kum Choy were present to officiate the launch of the WeChat e-wallet at Petron service stations.


Speaking about the collaboration, Mr Choong said, “We are very excited to introduce WeChat Pay Malaysia at Petron service stations. We are confident that customers will enjoy this new safe, easy, and convenient e-wallet shopping experience. Customers’ convenience has always been our priority and the partnership with WeChat Pay Malaysia allows us to offer secure and wider payment choices for our valued customers.”


Bringing together this collaboration between Petron Malaysia and WeChat Pay Malaysia is Revenue Monster Sdn Bhd, a payment solutions provider and the first appointed merchant acquirer of WeChat Pay in Malaysia, to facilitate WeChat Pay transactions. Additionally, the company also offers progressive and comprehensive products and solutions, such as a remote terminal management system for centralised business operations, customisable food-ordering management services, together with an integrated management portal that allows merchants to manage its own Facebook Messenger and WeChat social broadcasts to publish promotions and manage customer loyalty programmes.


For more information on WeChat Pay MY and the campaign, visit WeChat Pay MY’s Official Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/WeChatPayMY.official) or Petron Malaysia’s Official Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/PetronMalaysia/) and Instagram page at @petron_malaysia.




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