Fast Cash

Fast Cash
Make your first deposit and claim a bonus of 150% up to RM 888 + 28 Freespins!
Bonus Terms
1. Promotion period: 1 - 30 JUNE 2022 2. Offer: 15% Bonus up to RM 888 3. Maximum Bonus Amount: RM 888 4. Minimum Deposit Amount: RM 50 5. Bonus Wagering Requirement - 20x and CA10 (convert bonus to cash 10x). 6. 28 Free Spins with PP Sweet Bonanza 7. All draw bets, all void bets and bets on both outcomes are excluded from the calculation of any wager or rollover requirements. 8. The bonus can be used in any live casino or slot game. 9. Eligible players: Non-Deposit Player and New Player 10. The bonus is valid for 30 calendar days starting from the date of issue. 11. The First Deposit Bonus will not accept deposits from transactions that have been accumulated. The offer would only be valid for the first transaction. 12. HappyLuke members who have not yet deposited in HappyLuke are eligible for this exclusive promotion. 13. The bonus is not available to players who have already made a deposit. 14. These are the HappyLuke Terms and Conditions. 15. HappyLuke reserves the right at its sole discretion to cancel, amend, refuse or reclaim any promotion and to take the final decision.
10% Reload bonus up to RM388 Daily

Fast Cash is a feature offered by some financial institutions in Malaysia that allows customers to withdraw cash from ATMs without the need for a debit card. Instead, customers can initiate a Fast Cash withdrawal using their mobile phone number or other identification information. The feature is designed to provide customers with a more convenient and secure way to access cash, especially in situations where a debit card is not available or has been lost or stolen. To use Fast Cash, customers typically need to have an account with a participating financial institution and register their mobile number or other identification information with the institution. Once registered, customers can withdraw cash by following the prompts on the ATM or through their mobile banking app. The amount of cash that can be withdrawn and the fees associated with the service vary depending on the institution.