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MBSA is Offering Up To 50% Discount on Compounds Starting Oct 1

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MBSA Offers 50% Discount on Various Compounds, RM30 Flat Price For Parking Summonses For One Month - WORLD OF BUZZ
Source: Foursquare & MBSA

People of Shah Alam, you may want to pay attention to this latest information we have in store for you! 

If you haven’t paid your MBSA (Majlis Bandaraya Shah Alam) compound tickets yet, the month of October may be the best time to do it.

This is because Sinar Harian reported that MBSA has launched a campaign offering discounts up to 50 per cent for compound tickets issued by MBSA.

Source: MBSA

The campaign comes in accordance with Shah Alam City’s 18th Anniversary. Happy Birthday, Shah Alam! 

According to the Head of Corporate and Public Relations Division Shahrin Ahmad, the campaign will go on for the whole month of October starting on the 1st of October. He said that this initiative is to allow the public to pay up before stern action is taken.

Source: Foursquare

Compound tickets that are entitled to the 50 per cent discount falls under the offences mentioned below:

  • Hairdressers Bylaws 1983 
  • Small Park Bylaws (MBSA) 2005 
  • Vandalism Bylaws (MBSA) 2005
  • Food Establishment Bylaws (MBSA) 2007 
  • Food Handler Bylaws (MBSA) 2007 
  • Advertising Bylaws (MBSA) 2007
  • Hawker Bylaws (MBSA) 2007 
  • Road Transport MBSA Commandment 2007 
  • Small Market Bylaws (MBSA) 2007

Source: Foursquare

Adding on, Shahrin revealed parking summons have also been reduced to RM30 from the original sum. Therefore, to ease the hassle, MBSA is providing a mobile office where you can pay your summonses at designated areas. He was quoted as saying,

“To encourage more people to pay their summons, MBSA also provides Mobile Officer Shah Alam ‘On-Wheels’ (SAOW). It will operate every Saturday in supermarkets within MBSA’s administration area.”

Source: MBSA

He then continued,

“The public can also make their payments at the main counters of Wisma MBSA, branch offices in Sungai Buloh, Kota Kemuning and Setia Alam.”

Besides that, payment can also be made through the following mediums:

  • Maybank2U 
  • Bank Muamalat counters 
  • Bank Rakyat counters 
  • JomPAY 

All you need to do is key-in the biller code(6726), compound ticket number at ‘ref 1’, your telephone number at ‘ref 2’ and the amount to pay. Easy right?

Finally, he advised the public to utilise this opportunity to pay all of their outstanding summonses before firm actions are taken like restrictions of transactions at MBSA counters or bringing the matter to court.

Now’s the best time to pay up your MBSA tickets guys!

 

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