Alipay has over 1M users. Alipay is compatible with the following payment channels: Visa, Mastercard, Maestro, American Express, Qiwi Wallet, Boleto, bancontact, iDeal, AliExpress Pocket, TEF, Sofort Banking, Carte Bancaire, MTC, MegaFon, Beeline, TELE2, WebMoney, and Western Union.
Alipay Singapore E-Commerce
Ali pay is leading online and mobile payments solution with almost 1 billion users. It is part of the Alibaba Group, the world’s largest online b2b chain. Ali pay was established in 2004 in Hangzhou by Jack Ma, the founder and Ex CEO of Alibaba. It makes the payment process very easy with world-class payment security, real monitoring, and privacy features. Ali pay started its operation in Singapore in 2017 by partnering with a startup company in Singapore. It offers fast experience, reliable services, and quick payments solution for everyday transactions. The best part about Ali pay is its member protection feature. It offers 100% cash back in case of any unauthorized transaction, 90 days payment protection and fast response time. With its help center, you can quickly resolve all the queries and find a quick solution for any issues in transactions. It has partnerships with the world’s leading payment channels such as visa, master card, web money, western union, etc.
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Top up your Alipay account and use it both in China and Singapore
AliPay / Alipay Singapore E-Commerce
Technically, you can open an Alipay account in Singapore, but you need a Chinese mobile number and credit card in order to transfer funds to your Alipay mobile wallet. If you’re a Singaporean who lives in China, you’ll be able to top up your Alipay account and use it both in China and Singapore. The following merchants in Singapore accept payment using Alipay; ComfortDelGro, Prime Taxis, Universal Studios, Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore Zoo, Metro and Robinsons. Now you can ask your friends to transfer money via HitPay to you instead of getting them to part with physical money.