Semak Saman Trafik Online – Pay Summon PDRM Online
The PDRM summon discount payment was extended once again to the 10th of March 2010 (this coming Thursday). This is a subject I was interested in because I have several summons under my name. I want to clear the summons but they were too expensive. Now that a second chance was given, I need to settle all 5 summons which after discount cost RM580. Just imagine if I don’t pay now, I have to pay more than RM1000++.
I’m a lazy person… I don’t want to go to the police station or post office to make the payment. I don’t want to queue and waste my time. So, I decided to search the net if I can check my summons online and pay it online as well. Surprisingly, I discovered that MYEG provided the PDRM summon online checking as well as summon online payment. It was simple and easy.
Registering with MYEG
The process is quite simple actually. Just register by filling up your particulars. Then submit. You’ll later receive an email with a link for verification. Hit the link to verify your registration. Then, sign in to MYEG. After that just go to check summons online and then key in your IC number. Then if you have PDRM summons, the result will appear. You can also know whether the type of summons are blacklisted or not.
PDRM Summon Online Payment
Then, if you want to pay online (instead of queuing in the post office), just tick the type of summons you want to pay (maybe you want to select only few summons to pay, I assume). After that, select make payment. Currently, the method of payment is via Credit Card (either master card or visa) and no online bank transfer.
After making payment, the receipt will immediately appear and it is ready for you to pay. The receipt is just like the one that you’ll receipt when you pay at the post office or police station.
So, give it a try. Check and pay your summons online. It is easier and faster.
Ops…I forgot to inform, for each and every summon payment, the online payment will charge RM2 each. So, for example, I have 5 summons. Therefore, I was charge RM10 additional on top of the PDRM summons. Well… I don’t mind paying extra RM10 in the comfort of my house rather then go to the post office, queue, wait, sweat etc…..
Good luck for trying 🙂