The efficient way to receive rental

Credit Card can be used to pay rental.

Direct Debit enables your tenant the option to pay via credit card, so they can collect credit card points by the tens of thousands, they will love it.

Lower the chances of late payments

Traditional approach needs a lot of manpower to collect monthly rental . We are different. We use the modern technology to collect rental.

Maintain lasting relationships with your tenants

it’s not easy to chase rental via text messages and calls. We can do the tricky part so you can be yourself.

More control for rental payments

It allows payment to be directly charged from the tenant’s customer’s bank account, making it a more controlled way to collect rental.

Security

Built with a secured payment infrastructure that is approved by the authority.

Efficient

Landlord can collect payments from the customers efficiently by debiting their bank accounts on a recurring basis.

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FAQ

Direct Debit is an instruction from tenant to their bank.

Direct Debit authorises someone to collect payments from their account when they are due.

An eMandate is an authorisation from your customer to collect future payments from their Current Account Savings Account (CASA) or credit card.


Security and Compliance

Our cloud platform is PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) accredited and is compliant with Bank Negara Malaysia rules and regulations. Ensure all your debit and credit card handling, billing and payment processing are at the highest level of security. Make compliance our job, not yours.


Direct Debit Fees

Waived.

The average fees for the Direct Debit service fees in the market is around 1.5% to 2%. We will absorb the cost. That doesn’t stop us in giving you best experience.



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