Trillion looks Store Partners with Flexipay

Today, Trillion looks store is pleased to announce that it has added a new, flexible, convenient, secure, and quick payment option using FLEXIPAY. Through Flexipay, clients can pay for products by dialing *291# and following the prompts.

This method is very quick and has no transfer fees for clients who register with FLEXIPAY.  Currently, Uganda is facing very hard economic times, so losing small monies in withdrawal charges, and transfer fees is very costly both to individuals and small and medium enterprises.

As a business supporting youth and women artisans, we know how much each penny means to these artisans and we don’t want to lose any coin in the process of buying products, paying for materials, or sending money that’s why we Happily registered for Flexipay.

FlexiPay is an all-in-all digital solution to make money transactions conveniently, securely, and instantly. Trillion Looks Store acquired a FlexiPay Merchant Code 241541 which any customer can use to pay. 

How to Pay for Afri Art and Fashion Tickets using Flexi pay

Dial *291#

Select option 3 Pay Merchant

Insert Merchant Code 241541

Include reason: Ticket

Insert your pin Number. 

A message from Stanbic Bank and your Mobile money will be sent to you to confirm payment. 

Can I use Flexipay to make a payment  if I am not registered on Flexi Pay

Yes, you can, follow the instructions above?  Your mobile service provider will deduct a transaction fee but it’s very minimal compared to mobile money services 

How can I transfer money from my Flexi pay to the Trillion Looks Store?

Dial *291# 

Flexi pay will ask for your pin number, Input it and continue

Select Wallet to another account and put our registered number 0788340615 

Put your pin and complete the payment. 

Does Trillionlooks get to know when I make payment? 

Yes, Even without your sharing your message, we receive a notification from our side confirming your Flexipay payment. We shall reach out to you with delivery options 

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