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See a NETS QR? Ask to PayLah!
At a Glance
With over 80,000 acceptance points island-wide, you’ll never have to worry about forgetting your wallet ever again. Scan to pay at Sheng Shiong, Popular, 7-Eleven, Daiso, Gong Cha, R&B, Dunkin' Donuts and more.
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How it Works
Step 1: Login to PayLah!
Step 2: Tap on ‘scan QR’ and scan the QR code generated on the NETS terminal
Step 3: Done!
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is Scan and Pay?
Scan and Pay is a functionality on DBS PayLah!, DBS/POSB digibank and DBS iWealth apps which enables customers to scan NETS, SG and PayNow QR codes and make payment at participating merchants.
Who can use Scan and Pay?
All DBS and POSB customers who have PayLah!, digibank and/or iWealth app(s) will be able to use Scan and Pay.
Where can I use Scan and Pay?
The Scan and Pay function can be used at merchants who accept NETS, SG and/or PayNow QR code(s). Simply look out for the logos below.
How secure is a NETS QR transaction?
A QR transaction is as secure as a NETS EFTPOS card & PIN transaction. The payment is processed via the scanning of a unique QR Code, which is dynamically generated for every new transaction. Additionally, users have to log in to the PayLah!, digibank or iWealth via fingerprint or password login each time to effect a QR Code payment.
Are there any fees associated with using Scan and Pay?
There are no fees associated with using Scan and Pay.
What is the difference between scanning a Static QR code vs Dynamic QR code?
Static QR Code Dynamic QR Code After the user scans a static QR code, he/she will be prompted to enter the amount payable. User only needs to scan a dynamic QR code to make payment. (No need to enter amount payable)
What is SGQR?
Singapore Quick Response Code (SGQR) is a single QR code that combines multiple e-payment QR codes into one. It is intended to simplify e-payment QR codes in Singapore for both consumers and merchants.
Where can I Scan a SGQR and Pay with PayLah!?
Simply scan the SGQR when you spot PayLah!, NETS or PayNow QR logo in the SGQR sticker and pay with PayLah!.
How do I Scan a SGQR and Pay with PayLah!?
- Tap on “Scan” icon and scan the SGQR.
- Select your preferred e-payment QR code when prompted.
- Enter payment amount (where required), review and complete your transaction.
How do I set my default e-payment QR code?
- Select your default e-payment QR code by enabling “Set your preferred QR” and it will automatically be selected for future transactions whenever it’s available.
- If your default e-payment QR code is not selected, future transactions will follow the last used e-payment QR code whenever it’s available.
- Change your e-payment QR code any time by selecting on available option(s) in the drop-down list.
Why is the option to select other e-payment QR code unavailable?
This happens when the SGQR has only one e-payment QR code that PayLah! supports. And hence, being the only e-payment QR code available, you’ll be unable to select other e-payment QR code.
What is the benefit for me to change between the different e-payment QR codes?
We are bringing this benefit to our PayLah! users, so that you can avail any promotions associated with an e-payment QR code at any merchant. For example, if you see a promotion associated with NETS QR, you may select NETS QR (if available) to pay with PayLah! and enjoy the promotional benefits at a particular merchant.
What are the types of DBS/POSB apps that support this new function?
You can scan a SGQR with your DBS PayLah!, DBS/POSB digibank and DBS iWealth apps. However, the facility to save your preferred way to pay is now made available only in DBS PayLah!.
Terms and Conditions
By making payment using Scan and Pay, you agree to the Terms and Conditions Governing Accounts, Terms and Conditions Governing Electronic Services and the specific terms and conditions set out in the abovementioned FAQs.