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Friday, November 5, 2021

You Can Now Pay Your Mandaluyong City Traffic Tickets Using PayMaya


Mandaluyong City tapped digital financial services leader PayMaya to enable its Electronic Ordinance Violation Receipt (e-OVR) app, the first electronic traffic management app with integrated digital payments invoicing in the country.

The initiative is in line with the Tiger City’s goal of leveraging innovative technologies to strengthen its digital ecosystem. The e-OVR app, developed by Lexys Technologies, is equipped with PayMaya Digital Invoice linked to PayMaya's online payment gateway.

Traffic enforcers in Mandaluyong City will be enabled with a smartphone with the e-OVR app, allowing the City’s Traffic and Parking Management Office to monitor and record traffic violations efficiently. Data is transmitted to the City’s centralized portal, which can also alert traffic enforcers and motorists if there are unsettled penalties.

On the other hand, citizens will now have a more convenient way to settle traffic fines when they receive notifications from Mandaluyong City. They can pay for their penalties in real-time and with just a few clicks using their mobile number linked to their PayMaya account, as well as any credit, debit or prepaid card and other e-wallets through PayMaya’s online payment page.

“We are proud to introduce this innovative way to enforce and settle traffic violations with the aid of digital payment technologies. PayMaya’s solutions will allow us to provide convenience to citizens and promote transparency in handling traffic violations,” said Mandaluyong City Mayor Carmelita “Menchie” Abalos.

For his part, PayMaya Founder and CEO Orlando Vea said: “We are truly honored to be Mandaluyong’s partner with this first-in-the-market innovation. This initiative is another major step towards building the City's digital ecosystem, promoting greater safety and convenience among its citizens and workers.”

1 comment:

  1. Don't trust PayMaya... a bunch of useless cunts. Shit customer service. You can say good bye to your money once they feel like it... especially according to their "terms and conditions" which they won't even bother clarifying...

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