Perakians can make payments through online services during lockdown period


IPOH: Perakians can now make payments through online services throughout the lockdown period.

Ipoh Mayor Datuk Rumaizi Baharin (pic) said the services include paying for assessment tax, rental, licence and parking compound.

"For now, there are 11 local governments, including Ipoh City Council, whereby people can also lodge public reports or complaints through our websites.

“Ipoh folk can visit our website at www.mbi.gov.my and choose e-payment (e-bayaran) to pay their assessment tax, compound, licences, bills and rentals,” he said, adding that the council can also be contacted via their social media platform such as Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Twitter.

Rumaizi said among other local governments in the state that provide the same services are Taiping, Manjung, Teluk Intan and Kuala Kangsar Municipal Council, Batu Gajah, Kampar, Tapah, Selama, Kerian and Perak Tengah District Council.

“For Ipoh City Council, we also provide Jompay and Maybank2u services,” he said, adding that the council can also be contacted at 05-363 2020 or 05-244 1515

Users may visit Municipal and District Council websites or visit pbtpay.kpkt.gov.my for more details.

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