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Pay With EPS
Pay With EPS
PAY WITH EPS
Customer uses EPS to shop and presents Bank card* to the cashier staff for payment.
The cashier staff will enter the consumption amount after inserting the card.
Upon confirming the amount, the customer selects the transaction account and keys in the PIN.
After EPS transaction is accepted, the customer can check the transaction information on the receipt.
*Bank card with ATM function issued by EPS member banks.
Member Bank List
Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited
Bank of Communications, HK Branch
China Construction Bank (Asia) Corporation Limited
China Merchants Bank Company Limited
Chiyu Banking Corporation Limited
Chong Hing Bank Limited
Citibank (Hong Kong) Limited
China CITIC Bank International Limited
Dah Sing Bank Limited
DBS Bank (Hong Kong) Limited
Fubon Bank (Hong Kong) Limited
Hang Seng Bank Limited
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Asia) Limited
Nanyang Commercial Bank Limited
Shanghai Commercial Bank Limited
Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited
The Bank of East Asia Limited
OCBC Wing Hang Bank Limited
CMB Wing Lung Bank Limited
To protect your card and PIN number, here are some usage tips when making purchase with EPS:
The PIN number and your account information should be kept private and confidential. Do not disclose them to a third party.
Use EPS service at reliable retail outlets. When you are approached by roving promoters on the street who request for your personal information, do not disclose any information to them.
If possible, make sure that you can witness the whole EPS payment process and your card is within your sight throughout the process.
When you key in the PIN number, ensure that your surrounding is clear and there is no CCTV shooting on you.
When the EPS payment process is completed, check that your personal data and purchase amount on the receipt are correct.
Keep the receipt for cross-checking with your bank account details.