Rapyd Payment Methods in Malaysia

 

The Fastest Way to Access and Offer Malaysia’s Top Payment Methods

Reach new customers and grow revenue with a single platform that provides a truly local payment experience in Malaysia and around the world.

Rapyd provides deep local payment expertise through our network of leading Malaysian payment partners, so you can focus on growing your business.

  • Local payment methods including cards, bank transfers, ewallets, and cash
  • Accept payments and make payouts in 100+ countries
  • Online, in-store and mobile app payments
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Top payment methods available through Rapyd in Malaysia

Cards

 

International debit and credit card networks

eWallets

 

eWallets driving online and offline purchases

Bank Transfers

 

Real-time payments from 30+ banks and to any bank

Cash

 

Convert cash to electronic funds in stores

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Uncover the ecommerce and payment trends you need to grow business and increase conversions in Malaysia and across the Asia-Pacific region.

  • Internet Penetration
    80%
  • Annual eCommerce Market Value
    $4 billion
  • Smartphone Penetration
    64%
  • Annual Mobile Commerce Market
    $1.9 billion
Rapyd Asia-Pacific eCommerce and Payments Guide
 

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Provide a Local Payment Experience in Malaysia

Driven by a relatively high internet penetration rate, the ecommerce market in Malaysia is strong and expected to maintain growth and momentum over the next several years. eCommerce growth is fueled by high smartphone adoption and a willingness to buy from overseas merchants. So the ability to accept domestic credit card payments and a variety of online payment methods, including bank payments, is crucial.

  • 44% Of the population transacts cross-border

J.P. Morgan Global Payment Trends

  • 47% Percent of ecommerce transactions are mobile


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