EFFECTIVE this year, Subang Jaya City Council (MBSJ) will no longer print and post assessment tax bills to ratepayers.
“This is in line with MBSJ’s policy towards creating a Green City 2030, by introducing assessment tax e-bills, ” MBSJ Corporate and Strategic Management Department deputy director Azfarizal Abdul Rashid said in a statement.
“Ratepayers can get their assessment bills online by registering at My@MBSJ via www.mbsj.gov.my to access and pay their e-bills.”
MBSJ issued the statement in response to a complaint titled “Missing Assessment Notice” published on March 3 in The Star’s Letters/Views page.
“The council had announced the e-billing method to customers last year through various platforms such as MBSJ billboards, flyer and pamphlet distributions to areas under MBSJ as well as through Residents Representative Council, ” said Azfarizal.
“However, to ensure a smooth transition, MBSJ took the initiative to send physical copies of
the assessment tax bills to property owners during this initial stage.”
MBSJ ratepayers have the option of paying their assessment bills online via MBSJ’s website, online banking, e-wallet apps and JomPay, or in person via kiosks at MBSJ’s headquarters, branch offices and selected shopping centres, e-pay at selected petrol stations and convenience stores as well as post office counters.For details, call MBSJ’s Call Centre at 03-8024 7700 or email email@example.com