14th December 2021 - 2 min read
Pos Malaysia has announced that motorists who wish to settle their outstanding Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) summonses via the ongoing 100-Day Aspirasi Keluarga Malaysia discount offer can now do so at all post offices across the country.
“We are pleased to inform that the PDRM up to 80% traffic summons discount in conjunction with the 100 Days Keluarga Malaysia Aspiration is now payable at all our post offices nationwide, including post office outlets located in malls,” Pos Malaysia shared in a Facebook post. It also reminded all customers to adhere to stringent Covid-19 standard operating procedures (SOPs) when visiting the outlets.
For context, the summons discount offer by PDRM was initially provided only between the short period of 9 – 12 December 2021. It was, however, subsequently extended to 31 December 2021 due to overwhelming response from the public.
Aside from enabling Pos Malaysia as a payment channel, PDRM has also allowed payments for the summonses (discounted amount) to be made via all Maybank automated teller machines (ATMs) in Malaysia. To do that, simply access your account at the ATM and select the “PayBills” option. Key in your MyKad number when prompted, and the Maybank ATM will show you your outstanding PDRM traffic fines. You can then make your payment on the spot, with no service charge. Note that this excludes the Smart Recycler Machine (SRM).
With this, both the new Maybank ATM and Pos Malaysia payment options will complement other existing payment channels that are currently accepted by PDRM – including traffic summons payment counters of district and contingent police headquarters, as well the MyBayar Saman online portal. However, it is not certain if PDRM will decide to keep both new options beyond the current discount period.
(Source: Pos Malaysia)
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