RM 3 Millions to be given away
#Maybank returns with a new campaign with more than RM 3 Millions to give away when you shop with Maybank Credit Card. This campaign start from 1 October 2014 till 31 January 2015. You have 4 Months to spend with Maybank Credit Card.
# You can spend on petrol, groceries, dining and everything else paid off. No minimum spend required, all you have to do is just follow the steps below!
How To Participate
REGISTER to participate via SMS DAILY (space) 12-digit NRIC Number to 66628.
SPEND on everything with Maybank Cards.
GET Cashback up to 100% everyday.
Terms and Conditions:
Campaign period : 1 October 2014 until 31 January 2015.
Applicable to Maybank MasterCard, Visa or American Express Credit/ Charge Cards Card members.
Registration is open to Principal Card members only.
Cashback is capped at RM300 per Card member per day
First-come, first-served basis
Subject to a total RM25,000 everyday, whichever comes first.
Click here for more details offer.
83 person per day will be Lucky
# The maximum cash back you can receive is RM 9,000 per month. Since Cashback is capped at RM 300 per day. But there is no guarantee you can get the cash back as maximum Maybank will pay back per day is RM 25, 000. So there will be 83 lucky person to get RM 300 Cashback each.
# This campaign only valid for principle card holder only so you can keep your Debit Card. All supplementary cards’ spending will be consolidated under the principal card’s account but only principle card holder will be counted.
# Since this Cashback is first come, first serve basis, RM 300 limit per card holder and RM 25, 000 per day by Maybank. We therefore advise you to make your online purchases on the first week of the month. Good Luck 🙂
# RM 25 000 per day x 120 days = RM 3 Millions
This entry only can be made when I have enough money in my PayPal to withdraw.That is why it takes so LONG : )
Actually I promised to write entry on Cash Out money from PayPal to Maybank account more than a year ago. I have to wait until I have enough money to show you guys. Hehehe. Just kidding! I did transfer USD 50 to my Maybank account. but totally forget to update about it.
First you must add local bank accounts (saving or current) to your PayPal account. Its easy if you follow the step. There are slightly different between cash out money from PayPal to Credit/Debit Card and to your Local Bank Account. (For my example here I use Maybank account).
1. Cheaper – Its cheaper to withdraw money to your local bank than your card. PayPal will charge you RM 20 if you use your card. If you transfer money to Bank Account more than RM 400 it will be FREE and RM 3 for less than RM 400.
2. Save Time– 2-3 working days for Bank account and up to one week to transfer money to your card.
Conclusion : Save time and money to transfer money from PayPal to your local bank account. (more…)
Just last week I received another maybank2u fake e-mail :
Maybank security systems detected a serious (PR2) security problem in Maybank server and Currently been updated.
Your account must be updated for accept a new Maybank interface and will be stricted due to several invalid login
attempts from an unauthorized third-party. Your immediate attention is required to Update your account. Please be
informed that your account will be temporarily closed if not update now..
Update with Below link
click on url or just copy and paste the url address
Thank you for Your Understanding and support
First all, their English is worse. Much worse than mine hehe.
They tried to create panic towards online customer by saying that Maybank2u security has been breached. So user will straight away click the link without checking. They moron just have nothing better to do I guess. So PLEASE don’t EVER trust/believe email asking for your online banking id and password. It doesn’t matter either Maybank2U, PayPal, CIMB Click or any other online banking. Just contact your bank directly to confirm.
Maybank does not send out any e-mail or SMS requesting customers to provide personal banking ID or PIN or credit card information. Please do not log in through website links contained in emails supposedly from Maybank or other institutions. Be alert or you may fall victim to a financial scam.
WHAT IS PHISHING ?
In the field of computer security, phishing is the criminally fraudulent process of attempting to acquire sensitive information such as usernames, passwords and credit card details by masquerading as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication
According to Maybank, there are 20 phishing site that want to steal your login id and password. Beware!. So I need to update Maybank about this amalon.com.
For Any Suspicious Email or SMS
Protect yourself from being a victim of email or SMS scams! If you receive suspicious messages, contact Maybank hotline immediately at 03-5891 4744.
My first experience with online banking is with Maybank2u back at 2002. At first, it was a big doubt to pay all your bills using online until a friend of mine thought me how to use it. I have a bad experience using Maybank2u to pay my Takaful Insurance. I paid using the wrong name but Maybank2u still accept it until I checked with my agent and he told me I did not paid. It took a few months to clear things up. I have to make a report to Takaful, report to Maybank and request a bank statement to identify the transaction. 🙁 But I manage to get my money back.
Online banking can make your life easier or the other way if you fail to take extra precaution 🙂
With the recent report on online banking fraud, please take extra care when performing online banking. Simply follow these 3 important tips to ensure that your money is safe while you are on holiday.