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  • Get your Shopee purchases before Raya by ordering before the cut-off date

    Get your Shopee purchases before Raya by ordering before the cut-off date

    Shopee officially posted an update on their website stating that Shopee Sellers are required to post their orders before the cut-off date to ensure that their products are shipped before Raya. Orders that were posted after the cut-off date will be delivered after Raya which is from 17 May 2021 onwards.

  • Pos Malaysia introduces e-Consignment Note so that you don't have to fill up consignment notes!

    Pos Malaysia introduces e-Consignment Note so that you don't have to fill up consignment notes!

    Pos Malaysia has officially unveiled the e-Consignment Note, which allows customers to fill and print out their own consignment notes at Pos Laju outlets or kiosks via their official app. With that said, the e-Consignment will help make parcel sending a much more streamlined and efficient experience for both Pos Laju as well as their customers.

  • Pos Laju is experiencing a high volume of shipments and may not deliver your parcel in time

    Pos Laju is experiencing a high volume of shipments and may not deliver your parcel in time

    Pos Laju has officially announced on their Facebook page stating that deliveries might be delayed especially to the East Malaysia region, due to the sudden increase in parcels. This is likely due to the reduction of flight from West to East Malaysia due to the COVID-19 outbreak, which has caused some deliveries to be delayed up to a month or longer.

  • Scammers claiming to be Pos Laju stole more than RM800000

    Scammers claiming to be Pos Laju stole more than RM800000

    Recently, a 61-year-old businesswoman was recently a victim of a scam resulting in her losing more than RM800000. Based on the report, the scammers who were posing a Pos Laju mentioning that they have spotted the victim’s IC and credit card in Sabah. Soon after that, the victim received another call from the police headquarters in Sabah by a representative named Yang Chang, stating that she was involved in a bunch of illegal activities where she could be sentenced to prison if convicted.