How To Do Prepayment of AIA Housing Loan

I hava a housing loan with AIA which carries 4.99% fixed interest rate. At current OPR of 1.75%, this interest rate is quite high.

So to reduce the interest, I decided to do extra payment or prepayment to my housing loan.

I contacted AIA and they shared me the method using Maybank2u. I thinkĀ  it will be similar with other internet banking.

Maybank2u Payee Method

  1. After login to Maybank2u, select Pay.
  2. Add as favorite. Select AIA Bhd as Payee. Put your policy number without letter M.
  3. Request TAC after add as favorite, you can pay any amount you want. There is no minimum amount.
aia prepayment - m2u select pay
aia prepayment – m2u select pay
aia prepayment add new favorite AIA Bhd
aia prepayment add new favorite AIA Bhd
aia prepayment - policy number without M
aia prepayment – policy number without M

AIA Mortgage Contact Details

Telephone: 03 2056 3359 / 03 2056 3374
Email: my.loan@aia.com
Document from AIA regarding prepayment

Selenium Webdriver How To Increase Time Out for Page Load, Script Load or Element Locator

I couldn’t find at Stackoverflow on how to increase the timeout and the Selenium API not that easy to find on how to use it.

For Selenium WebDriver using NodeJS below is how to increase its time outs. The number is in milliseconds.

 let driver = await new Builder().forBrowser('chrome')
                .setChromeOptions(new chrome.Options().headless())
                .setFirefoxOptions(new firefox.Options().headless())
                .build();

 driver.manage().setTimeouts({implicit: 120000, script: 120000, pageLoad:120000});

From Selenium Documentation

The following timeouts are supported (all timeouts are specified in milliseconds):

  • implicit specifies the maximum amount of time to wait for an element locator to succeed when locating elements on the page. Defaults to 0 milliseconds.
  • pageLoad specifies the maximum amount of time to wait for a page to finishing loading. Defaults to 300000 milliseconds.
  • script specifies the maximum amount of time to wait for an evaluated script to run. If set to null, the script timeout will be indefinite. Defaults to 30000 milliseconds.

Reference:
https://www.selenium.dev/selenium/docs/api/javascript/module/selenium-webdriver/lib/webdriver_exports_Options.html