Locus-T attends PayPal’s PowerUp Party

December 14th, 2009

Those who always make transactions online will not be unfamiliar to PayPal. PayPal is the faster, safer way to send money, make an online payment, receive money or set up a merchant account. PayPal provides a safe and easy way to pay without having to expose your credit cards or bank account number.

PayPal is starting to venture into Malaysia market by expanding its service and introduce MYR currency. This is indeed good news for Malaysians, as Malaysia PayPal users do not have to be concerned about the currency conversion. Furthermore, Malaysians are able to withdraw PayPal balance to local banks.

On last Friday evening (11 December 2009), PayPal had organized a PowerUp Party at Neo Restaurant and Luxe Lounge. The guests are limited to 200 persons only and hence, entry tickets to PowerUp party were claimed fast. Thanks to Paypal and to Mr. Ken, the Head of Business Development of Paypal South East Asia, Locus-T managed to get 2 passes.

The party started as early as 6.30p.m, and most of the guests arrived by 7p.m. The ambiance of party venue is grand and comfortable. Guests can feel the sincerity of PayPal to organize the event for PayPal users to interact among each other and to have closer bonds with PayPal. Three game stations were placed at the event, and prizes are very attractive. There are also lucky draws, and presentation of award to Malaysia’s highest transaction PayPal user. It is an evening filled with fun, music, dance, free flow drinks, dinner, prizes, awards, and special entertainment. For the party, PayPal gave away more than US$20,000 in cash, prizes and awards.

However, our luck is not so much. For lucky draw, our manager managed to get an umbrella. For the games, our representatives managed to get some cash, and have lots of fun. Locus-T representatives left the party around 10.30p.m, with door gifts, cash prizes and lucky draw prices. The experience gained is priceless and more valuable compared to tangible gifts they received.

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