GrabPay is accepted by over 100,000 merchants across Southeast Asia, including restaurants, cafes, supermarkets, retail stores and more.
While GrabPay is primarily used in Indonesia, it has expanded its reach to Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore and Vietnam. Merchants who want to use GrabPay must first register with the platform and then create an account on the app or website where they will receive payments from customers. They can also use GrabPay's mobile app to accept payments from customers directly from their phone or tablet.
After creating an account with GrabPay, the merchant lists all of their location information along with any special instructions they may have (such as whether or not they have a minimum purchase amount or if they require a minimum age). The merchant also specifies what currency they accept. After creating an account, the merchant can create a QR code for each location using the GrabPay app. The QR code is then displayed at each location so that customers can scan it when placing an order.
To pay using GrabPay, customers simply open up the app on their phone and scan the QR code displayed in-store or on-screen at restaurants. Once scanned, customers will be prompted to enter payment information such as their credit card number and expiration date before proceeding with payment.
Because GrabPay uses a dedicated network and doesn't store any sensitive financial information on its servers, it's extremely secure—which means that your business can feel confident accepting payments this way.