MyBayar Saman

  • MyBayar Saman – pay your PDRM summons online

    Sometimes we don’t realise that we have been issued a summon especially when it comes to speeding cases because the policeman does too good of a job hiding by the side of the highway.

    So it can be a good idea to check to see if you have any summons regularly on PDRM’s MyBayar Saman portal at https://mybayar.rmp.gov.my/.

    The MyBayar Saman portal is pretty easy to use and during non-peak hours when the servers aren’t overloaded, a summons can be checked and paid in less than 5 minutes.

    So how do we use the MyBayar Saman portal?

    1. Register for an account

    It is easy to register. Firstly, choose what account you want to create, either Personal or Company.

    Yes, initially the MyBayar Saman portal was available only for individuals but now you can register for a Company account so you can check and pay summons for your company cars.

    2. Wait for the OTP verification code

    An OTP verification code will be sent to your phone. Key it in and you will be brought to the next step where you can define a password for your new account.

    3. Check if you have any summons

    After you’ve logged in, you will immediately be able to see all the summons for cars registered under your NRIC, or your company registration number. You don’t need to key in all the number plates for the cars that you own for this to appear.

    4. Choose the summon that you want to pay

    Then you need to choose which summon you need to pay. You don’t have to pay for it all at once, you can choose to clear them off bit by bit every month until it’s all cleared.

    You can choose to pay with either credit card or FPX electronic transfer via e-banking. For companies, there’s business FPX. Too bad there’s no e-wallet payment options here, would be nice to earn some e-wallet reward points from paying summons!

    5. All done, your summons have been paid!

    After the transaction has been completed, you will get a receipt with details of your transaction. The summons that has been paid will no longer appear in the list. One less thing to worry about!

     
     
  • 80% discount on saman from Dec 9-12 – payment can be made online and at all police HQs across Malaysia

    Earlier this week, in conjunction with the “100 Aspiration Days of the Malaysia Family” celebrations, the police announced a limited time discount on unpaid summons for compoundable traffic offences, offering 80% off for these over a four-day period from December 9-12.

    Originally, the police said that the offer would only be valid for payments made at the payment counter in the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC) during the period.

    Now, the traffic investigation and enforcement department (JSPT) has announced that motorists will be able to settle their outstanding summons at other locations, not just at KLCC, in light of potential overcrowding at the venue and to adhere to Covid-19 standard operating procedures (SOPs).

    The department said that payment for compoundable fines can be made at all contingent and district police HQs across the country as well as through its MyBayar Saman online portal, and that the 80% discount would be valid at all payment locations and across all platforms during the four-day offer period.

    The police reminded the public to adhere to Covid-19 SOPs when making their summons payment at physical locations, including wearing a face mask at all times and practising physical distancing.

     
     
  • PDRM offering up to 50% discount for saman – starts tomorrow for 1 month, for individuals and companies

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    The PDRM’s traffic investigation and enforcement department (JSPT) is having a bayar saman campaign offering up to 50% discount. One can pay via PDRM’s MyBayar Saman online portal and smartphone app. The campaign starts tomorrow (June 18) and will go on for one month till July 18.

    According to a statement released by JSPT chief Datuk Azisman Bin Alias today, the discount offer is for both individuals and companies. It is applicable to traffic summonses that are compoundable, including saman in the blacklist category.

    However, the campaign does not cover cases mentioned in court, main offences that happened in 2021, heavy vehicle offences and exhaust modification saman. An example of the not-included summonses are those for traffic lights, emergency lane, potong queue, double line overtaking and accidents. Full list in the image above.

    We are of course in a full MCO now and physical payment counters are closed. The easy way to pay is via PDRM’s online portal (mybayar.rmp.gov.my) or download the app from Google Play, the Apple App Store or Huawei’s AppGallery. The app has been updated to allow companies and business entities to register as users.

     
     
  • MyBayar Saman mobile app to be improved; 814,622 users registered on platform as of April 15 – Police

    The Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM), through the Bukit Aman traffic investigation and enforcement department (JSPT) will be improving the MyBayar Saman mobile app in order to further increase the collection of summonses, according to Bernama.

    As of April 15, 814,622 users had registered with MyBayar Saman platform since its inception on March 25, said JSPT director Datuk Azisman Alias. “We are in the process of updating the system, among others, by introducing collections of summonses such as [with the] registration of companies and foreigners, and individual payment limits, Azisman told the news wire.

    MyBayar Saman is currently the sole provider of online payment systems through which members of the public can pay for their summonses issued by the PDRM. The police have collected more than RM89 million through MyBayar Saman from 803,739 summonses issued, following the 50% discount for online payment introduced on March 25 which was available until April 15.

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    Offences that did not qualify for the 50% discount included running red lights, speeding, overtaking over double lines, using a mobile phone while driving and driving in the emergency lane, reported Bernama.

    To use MyBayar Saman, users will need to either go to the online portal (mybayar.mp.gov.my), or download the app from Google Play, the Apple App Store or from the Huawei AppGallery.

    Once your details are filled in, along with the one-time PIN sent to your phone, you’ll be able to log in, check for your summonses and choose the ones you want to pay for. Choose your payment method – FPX or credit/debit card – make the payment, and it’s done.

     
     
  • PDRM’s MyBayar Saman 50% discount for online payment extended till April 15 – pay via portal or app

    The PDRM’s traffic investigation and enforcement department (JSPT) has announced an extension to the 50% discount for summonses paid via MyBayar Saman. The offer was supposed to be from March 25 to April 11, but the last day has been pushed forward to April 15, which is this Thursday.

    The good news is that unlike previous “saman sales”, one does not have to brave the long queues at the main police stations. That’s because MyBayar Saman is a new online initiative, and the 50% discount is an introductory offer of sorts. Paying via MyBayar Saman also means skipping a third party, as you’ll be paying direct to PDRM.

    To use MyBayar Saman, you will need to go to the online portal (mybayar.rmp.gov.my) or download the app from Google Play, the Apple App Store or Huawei’s AppGallery. Fill in your particulars as well as the OTP that will be sent to your phone. Then, log in, semak, and choose the summonses that you want to pay off. Choose your payment mode (FPX or credit/debit card), hit the pay button and you’re done. The app has transaction history, too.

     
     
  • MyBayar Saman – 291,157 summonses paid, RM32 mil collected in first week of online portal/app’s operation

    It seems that people will pay their traffic fines if it’s made easier for them to do so. That seems to be the take following the performance of the MyBayar Saman online portal and smartphone application in its first week of operation.

    The online system, which allows summonses to be paid directly in virtual fashion, was launched on March 25 by inspector-general of police Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador. By March 31, almost RM32 million in summons payments from 291,157 summonses had been collected through the application, according to Bukit Aman traffic investigation and enforcement department (JSPT) director Datuk Azisman Alias.

    He added that a total of 487,077 users had registered with MyBayar Saman during the seven-day period, and 2,677 email complaints had also been received via the system, Berita Harian reports. “The figures show that the application has received encouraging response from the public. I hope this effort will continue to be supported by the public, who will continue to make payments through the application,” he said.

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    The police said the online route to settle traffic fines was chosen to suit today’s trend of people shifting to online and phone transactions. It said that on average, it issued around 5.37 million summonses a year from the period 2016 to 2020, and analysis had showed an increasing trend of online payment of summonses – last year, 46.7% used e-payment compared to just 18.5% in 2019.

    To use MyBayar Saman, you simply need to go to the online portal or download the app to your phone. Fill in your particulars as well as the OTP that will be sent to your phone. Then, log in, check the details, and select the summonses that you want to pay.

    Choose your payment mode (FPX or credit/debit card), hit the pay button, and you’re done. The app keeps track of all transactions made. Until April 11, the police is giving a 50% discount on summonses paid via the system, although terms and conditions apply.

     
     
  • PDRM introduces MyBayar Saman app and online portal, offers 50% discount as introductory offer

    The PDRM’s traffic investigation and enforcement department (JSPT) has come up with the MyBayar Saman online portal and smartphone app, which will allow for direct payment of summonses. It will be launched today by inspector-general of police Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador in Bukit Aman.

    According to JSPT, they’ve launched this fast and easy avenue to suit today’s trend of people shifting to online and phone transactions. The department says that on average, it has issued 5.37 million summonses a year (2016-2020) and analysis shows an increasing trend of online payment of summonses – last year, 46.7% used e-payment compared to just 18.5% in 2019. The new normal that Covid-19 brought about surely influenced the trend.

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    To use MyBayar Saman, you will need to go to the online portal (mybayar.rmp.gov.my) or download the app to your phone. Fill in your particulars as well as the OTP that will be sent to your phone. Then, log in, semak, and choose the summonses that you want to pay off. Choose your payment mode (FPX or credit/debit card), hit the pay button and you’re done. The app has transaction history, too.

    It sounds pretty straightforward, and if you want to try it out, PDRM is offering an introductory offer of sorts with a 50% discount on summonses paid via MyBayar Saman. The offer is from today till April 11, and terms and conditions apply.

     
     
 
 
 

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Last Updated 24 Nov 2022