Paying With International Bank/Wire Transfer

Bank/Wire Transfer provides a safe alternative to sending cash (in normal mail).

We accept bank transfer payments from any countries to our Singapore headquarters' bank account. Kindly note that you need to convert the payment to SGD before you send the payment to us. Alternatively for Malaysia customers, who can choose to transfer the payment to our Maybank account in Malaysia. Any conversion or bank transfer fee is born by the customers.


How to send money?

Step 1:
Go to your local bank and request for doing a bank transfer with the correct amount.

*IMPORTANT* Convert payment to SGD/RM before the transfer. Or our local bank will charge a hefty conversion fee and it is born by the customer.
Step 2: Upon completing the bank transfer, submit a billing ticket and provide all the information below.

Subject: Bank Transfer Payment

1) Your Bank Name
2) Amount (In SGD or RM):
3) Reference Number (if any):
4) Invoice Number:
Step 3: Our staff will check our bank account everyday. Your order will be processed once the transfer is deposited.



Bank Information


Account Holder: Koh Kok Yew
Account Number: 121-76001-0
Account Type: POSB Savings
Swift Code: DBSSSGSG
Bank/Branch Code: 7171/081
Bank Name: POSB Bank
Bank Address: 6 Shenton Way, DBS Building, Singapore 068809.


Account Number: 514280800776
Account Type: Current/Checking Account
Swift Code: MBBEMYKL
Branch Code: 1428
Bank Name: Maybank Berhad
Branch Address:: 37, Jalan Manis Enam, Taman Segar, Cheras, 56100 Kuala Lumpur.
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