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JLL Hong Kong, Kai Shing Mgmt tenants can now pay via WeChat Pay HK app

Users simply need to input their e-Bill number to pay their management fees.

WeChat Pay HK has partnered with JLL Hong Kong and Kai Shing Management Services to allow real estate payments under these two managements to be made via the payment platform.

Starting 1 August, WeChat Pay HK users simply need to input their e-Bill number to pay their management fees directly through the app.

Registered users will also receive monthly payment reminders to reduce the chance of penalty charges.

JLL Hong Kong and Kai Shing Management Services collectively manage over 110,000 units. A total of 44 buildings are managed by JLL Hong Kong, and 111 buildings are managed by Kai Shing. 

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