Zing Coins is the cashback you earn when you use the Zingit app to make payments. The amount of cashback depends on the merchant or store, as well as your selected payment method. One Zing Coin is worth one cent (R0.01).
Zing Coins are redeemable at any participating store (places that allow Zingit as payment method), countrywide in South Africa. The catch? You need to have at least 5 000 Zing Coins (R50’s worth of cashback) to be able to redeem it.
If you have earned more than 5 000 Zing Coins, the Zingit Community app will automatically include the option to pay with Zing Coins when you make a purchase. The catch? What you are paying for should be less than than your Zing Coin balance.
Check your Zingit app for your current Zing Coin balance, updated after every transaction.
Note! Zing Coins cannot be converted into cash.
Max your cashback and our donation to your community by using Auto EFT as the way to pay! How? Link your internet banking profile to the Zingit Community app (instead of a card number) and pay using Auto EFT. Auto EFT is enabled on Absa, Capitec, FNB, Nedbank and Standard Bank.
You will earn up to 4 times more cashback with auto EFT than with a debit card.
Zingit uses Rebelpay to process Auto EFT payments.
No one, including Zingit (or payment processing company Rebelpay), ever has access to your internet banking credentials. All communication to and from our platform is encrypted and tokenised, using SSL. This means that you are the only one who can retrieve your information to access your banking.Read more about the Rebelpay security features.
Link your MasterCard or Visa debit card and still earn cashback. For your protection, your debit card has to be enabled for 3D secure.
Unfortunately, transaction fees charged from financial institutions (bank and card companies) are higher, resulting in less cashback for you and a smaller donation to your community.
You will earn up to 4 times less cashback with a debit card than with Auto EFT.
Zingit uses AddPay as our card payment processor.