80% discount on summonses payments can now be made at Maybank ATMs

Jerrica · Dec 13, 2021 10:42 AM

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Even though the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) have already added more payment methods for road users to take advantage of the 80 percent discount for police and JPJ summonses, the congestion reportedly persisted especially on JPJ’s MySikap website. Hence, PDRM has now started accepting payments via Maybank ATM machines.

PDRM first introduced the discount exercise as part of the 100 Aspiration Days of the Malaysian Family celebration. When the discount exercise was first announced, road users can only make their payments at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC) from 9- to 12-December-2021.

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However, this has caused massive congestion at the convention centre and many were not able to take advantage of the discount.

This has led PDRM to extend the discount period to 31-December-2021 and added several payment options with the option to pay at Maybank ATMs the latest added to the list.

Also read: To celebrate the gov’s 100 days in office, here’s the 5th discount exercise for summonses in 2021

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So, other than paying at Maybank ATM, road users can also make their payments at JPJ counters, Urban Transformation Centre (UTC), State Offices, and through their online portal.

Also read: 80% JPJ and PDRM summons' 'family discount' period extended further

How to pay your summonses at Maybank ATM machines:

  1. Select ‘Pay bills’
  2. Pick PDRM Summons Payment
  3. Enter your IC number
  4. Summonses accumulated by the IC number will show up at a discounted rate
  5. Select the summons you would like to pay

Jerrica

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