Worry-Free Payment Experience From Shell

In order to ensure the safety of their customers, Shell is encouraging cashless payments for a quick and safe experience when they fuel-up in this new normal. From 15th June till 26th July 2020, customers who opted to use cashless payment methods at any nationwide Shell stations will receive “Ganjaran Ekstra” through cashback and fuel rebates.

As Malaysians continues to take precautionary measures to break the chain of COVID-19 infection, fueling up through cashless method is one of the way to reduce the risk of exposure. When you head to any Shell station, you are able to use debit cards and e-wallet payment options when you fuel up and be rewarded doing so.

Here are the requirement for the cashless payment option:

Visa Debit Card ­– Customer needs to spend a minimum of 3x RM40 per transaction via any Visa debit card will stand a chance to win RM12 fuel rebates. Registration of the first transaction is required. For more information, please visit www.shell.com.my/ganjaranekstra.

Touch ‘n Go eWallet ­– customers who spend a minimum of RM40 per transaction via Touch ‘n Go eWallet will receive RM4 cashback after 3 working days.

Boost eWallet – customers who spend a minimum of RM40 per transaction via Boost eWallet will receive RM4 cashback after 3 working days.

For more information on Shell’s initiatives, please visit www.shell.com.my

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