JomPAY & Win! campaign returns for PTPTN borrowers


KUALA LUMPUR: The JomPAY & Win! campaign aimed at encouraging National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) loan repayments is back with its 2022 edition.

Organised by PTPTN in collaboration with Ambank (M) Bhd and Payments Network Malaysia (PayNet), it is the third edition of the campaign which was introduced in 2020.

In a statement on Monday (July 4), PTPTN said the collaboration is a testament to its commitment and seriousness in ensuring that borrowers can make loan repayments quickly, easily and safely online, thereby further encouraging them to repay their loans.

"The online repayment facility is in line with the fifth strategic thrust of the PTPTN Strategic Plan 2021-2025 to empower the organisation, through digitisation, to ensure better and undisrupted customer service delivery,” its chief executive Ahmad Dasuki Abdul Majid (pic) said in the statement.

The campaign will run for three months from July 1 to Sept 30, and PTPTN borrowers who make loan repayment via JomPAY with a minimum amount of RM100 during the promotion period will automatically get one entry in the draw.

"The campaign offers cash prizes in the form of PTPTN loan repayments totalling RM61,000 to 25 winners in conjunction with the corporation's 25th anniversary celebration.

"The grand prize winner will receive RM25,000, while second place offers RM15,000 and third place, RM10,000. A consolation prize of RM500 each will be given to 22 others,” the statement added.

For more information on the campaign, visit the official portal or download the myPTPTN application for more services. – Bernama

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