‘Epost Protect’ offers easy online Covid-19 cover
Published on: Sunday, April 19, 2020
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Kota Kinabalu: Epost CEO Tobin Ng, having built a good reputation in e-commerce logistics business, has now started “Epost Protect”, offering general and life insurance coverage products to the public during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Payment of insurance premium can be made through Sabah Credit Corporation’s proprietary e-payment system, Sabah Pay.

“It is now easy to buy insurance coverage online through ‘Epost Protect’ with online payment through Sabah Pay, especially during this restrictive Movement Control Order (MCO) period,” said Ng.

This convenient online insurance service is made possible for the public in collaboration with BIB Insurance Brokers Sdn Bhd, with attractive and competitive insurance premium rates.

The official announcement will be publicised soon, including in the Daily Express, with Epost Protect working together with BIB Insurance Brokers Sdn Bhd.

Technology firm Epost Protect and BIB Insurance Brokers work together to create more risk management value for the public and SMEs by introducing convenient insurance products benefiting the value chain of economies.

Ng said this MCO period is opportune for businesses to establish and exploit their online presence as e-commerce is regarded by the Government as an essential business activity crucial for boosting the real economy of Malaysia despite the lockdown movement restriction in the country and around many parts of the world.

“E-commerce helps to create more opportunities and revenue streams for entrepreneurs and companies of all sizes, including traditional businesses by helping to publicise and sell their products and services online locally and globally,” said Ng.

Ng assured SMEs looking to explore e-commerce for new income streams that his company can help them to create and operate an online presence.




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