As a member of Legend Holdings, Lakala Payment Co., Ltd. (“Lakala”) was established in 2005 and is currently China’s largest offline payment company. It is one of the first companies to receive third party payment service licenses issued by the People’s Bank of China in 2011.

Lakala is a pioneer and leader in the convenience consumer financial service industry in China, boasting more than 60,000 self-service terminal devices in over 300 cities. Its service covers all well-known convenience stores, supermarkets, shopping malls and community groceries. It offers services for credit card repayment and utility payment (water, electricity, gas bills) for more than 15 million people every month.

Lakala has the largest convenience consumer financial service network in China, covering communities in 300 cities. Customers can conduct various financial functions such as payment, repayment, recharging and transfer at home, thus reducing the pressure of traffic on bank counters. Well-known retailers such as Wal-Mart, CNPC, Sinopec, 7-Eleven, Wu Mart, Quik, All Days, Nepstar, CR Vangard and Gome all have Lakala payment devices. Lakala has established strategic partnerships with UnionPay and some 50 banks, including China’s Big Four banks, China Construction Bank, Bank of China, Agricultural Bank of China and the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China.

Lakala leads the industry in innovations. Starting in 2010, it released patented personal payment terminal devices, including a mini household card payment device, Super Shield PC card payment device and mobile card payment device. The devices were well received in the market.

Starting in 2011, Lakala entered the merchant market, providing multiple POS products and services for small-, medium- and large-sized businesses. For small- and micro-sized in particular, Lakala’s “cashier’s hand” and “trader’s pocket” products meet customers’ needs and were well received.

Lakala is a designated service provider under the Public Utility Payment Service Project of the Beijing municipal government and has won praise from the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Financial Work.

Moreover, Lakala provides several value-added services, such as shopping deals, group buying and installment payment options. Committed to the mission of “making payment easier”, Lakala persists in innovating to offer customized services to its users as an outstanding payment solution provider."> As a member of Legend Holdings, Lakala Payment Co., Ltd. (“Lakala”) was established in 2005 and is currently China’s largest offline payment company. It is one of the first companies to receive third party payment service licenses issued by the People’s Bank of China in 2011.

Lakala is a pioneer and leader in the convenience consumer financial service industry in China, boasting more than 60,000 self-service terminal devices in over 300 cities. Its service covers all well-known convenience stores, supermarkets, shopping malls and community groceries. It offers services for credit card repayment and utility payment (water, electricity, gas bills) for more than 15 million people every month.

Lakala has the largest convenience consumer financial service network in China, covering communities in 300 cities. Customers can conduct various financial functions such as payment, repayment, recharging and transfer at home, thus reducing the pressure of traffic on bank counters. Well-known retailers such as Wal-Mart, CNPC, Sinopec, 7-Eleven, Wu Mart, Quik, All Days, Nepstar, CR Vangard and Gome all have Lakala payment devices. Lakala has established strategic partnerships with UnionPay and some 50 banks, including China’s Big Four banks, China Construction Bank, Bank of China, Agricultural Bank of China and the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China.

Lakala leads the industry in innovations. Starting in 2010, it released patented personal payment terminal devices, including a mini household card payment device, Super Shield PC card payment device and mobile card payment device. The devices were well received in the market.

Starting in 2011, Lakala entered the merchant market, providing multiple POS products and services for small-, medium- and large-sized businesses. For small- and micro-sized in particular, Lakala’s “cashier’s hand” and “trader’s pocket” products meet customers’ needs and were well received.

Lakala is a designated service provider under the Public Utility Payment Service Project of the Beijing municipal government and has won praise from the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Financial Work.

Moreover, Lakala provides several value-added services, such as shopping deals, group buying and installment payment options. Committed to the mission of “making payment easier”, Lakala persists in innovating to offer customized services to its users as an outstanding payment solution provider.">
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As a member of Legend Holdings, Lakala Payment Co., Ltd. (“Lakala”) was established in 2005 and is currently China’s largest offline payment company. It is one of the first companies to receive third party payment service licenses issued by the People’s Bank of China in 2011.

Lakala is a pioneer and leader in the convenience consumer financial service industry in China, boasting more than 60,000 self-service terminal devices in over 300 cities. Its service covers all well-known convenience stores, supermarkets, shopping malls and community groceries. It offers services for credit card repayment and utility payment (water, electricity, gas bills) for more than 15 million people every month.

Lakala has the largest convenience consumer financial service network in China, covering communities in 300 cities. Customers can conduct various financial functions such as payment, repayment, recharging and transfer at home, thus reducing the pressure of traffic on bank counters. Well-known retailers such as Wal-Mart, CNPC, Sinopec, 7-Eleven, Wu Mart, Quik, All Days, Nepstar, CR Vangard and Gome all have Lakala payment devices. Lakala has established strategic partnerships with UnionPay and some 50 banks, including China’s Big Four banks, China Construction Bank, Bank of China, Agricultural Bank of China and the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China.

Lakala leads the industry in innovations. Starting in 2010, it released patented personal payment terminal devices, including a mini household card payment device, Super Shield PC card payment device and mobile card payment device. The devices were well received in the market.

Starting in 2011, Lakala entered the merchant market, providing multiple POS products and services for small-, medium- and large-sized businesses. For small- and micro-sized in particular, Lakala’s “cashier’s hand” and “trader’s pocket” products meet customers’ needs and were well received.

Lakala is a designated service provider under the Public Utility Payment Service Project of the Beijing municipal government and has won praise from the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Financial Work.

Moreover, Lakala provides several value-added services, such as shopping deals, group buying and installment payment options. Committed to the mission of “making payment easier”, Lakala persists in innovating to offer customized services to its users as an outstanding payment solution provider.