FREE RM50 Credited To Your eWallet

As announced by our PM recently, once again you may be entitled to RM50 FREE Money.

This post will keep you updated on the latest development on the above said FREE Money.

8th June 2020Click here for announcement by Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob posted at The Malay Mail titled Penjana: RM50 eWallet credit only for Malaysians with MySejahtera app

Points to note:

  • need to download the MySejahtera app – this is to encourage more Malaysians to download the MySejahtera app which will help health authorities in its effort to contain the Covid-19 pandemic. The app also enables contact tracing at business premises via QR code.
  • RM50 eWallet credit with an additional RM50 worth of discounts and cashback as part of the ePenjana initiative.
  • The RM50 credit is expected to be credited directly to verified eWallets starting next month July 2020.
  • . The eWallet initiative is only applicable to Malaysians aged 18 years old and above, and with an annual income of less than RM100,000 per year.
  • the RM50 eWallet credit can only be used for offline and physical purchases. This means you won’t be able to use it for in-app services or online shopping.

 

9 June 2020The Star: MySejahtera mobile app crashed by 700,000 registrations

The RM50 won’t be credited until next month but so many can’t wait to register it, haha. Good move by the government to entice people to register with MySejahtera.

Will update once more info is available.

21 June 2020 Update – MySejahtera App Is Freaking Informative

FYI, you need to wait half a day or maybe more once you register to be able to log in.

Anyway, this App tells you the daily number of Covid-19 cases including numbers of foreigners or Malaysians (which really makes no diff as long as the virus is in the community).

Mysejahtera App Daily covid 19 cases

The freaking cool thing about this App is that you can check for any covid-19 case(s) anywhere in Malaysia. Say you want to go to KLCC:

Step 1 – Once you enter the App, at the top “click for main menu” and you will see the below options:

Mysejahtera App covid 19 hotspot tracket cases

Step 2 – Click on Hotspot Tracker shown above and enter KLCC

Mysejahtera App covid 19 hotspot tracket search

Step 3 – it will then tells you if there are any case(s) in KLCC vicinity.

Mysejahtera App covid 19 hotspot tracket search reported

There have been case(s) within 1km of KLCC!!! Like I told you guys, the entire Klang Valley is a hotspot!

So if you want to go anywhere, check first if the place is FREE from any Covid-19 cases. And if you still stubborn and intend to visit places with Covid-19 case(s) despite the government (via MySejahtera App) highlighting to you, who is the be blamed if you catch the virus and pass it to your loved ones?