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How To Pay MMDA Ticket In GCash And Other Payment Methods

You were flagged by an MMDA enforcer or an MMDA officer for a violation? What should you do next? How to pay MMDA ticket in GCash as well as other payment methods? In this article, we will answer this question for you. Do note that this guide can only be used for MMDA. If the ticket is from a different government agency like Police, LTO, or LGU, the procedure might be different.

How to pay MMDA violation

In order to pay for your MMDA ticket violation, there are several methods.

how to pay mmda ticket using gcash
How to pay MMDA ticket.

Pay at the MMDA Treasury Division

If you choose this method of payments, you need to visit the MMDA office at MMDA Redemption Office EDSA corner Orense Street, Guadalupe Nuevo, Makati City. Just in case, bring photocopies of your licenses and OVR.

Pay at Bayad Centers

Bring with you your OVR and fill in the bill payment form. Remember to keep your receipt in case you are asked to present proof of payment.

Pay via SM Bills Payment

Bring with you your OVR and fill in the bill payment form. Remember to keep your receipt in case you are asked to present proof of payment.

Pay via LBC

Bring with you your OVR and fill in the bill payment form. Remember to keep your receipt in case you are asked to present proof of payment.

How to pay MMDA ticket using GCash

You can use the paying bills option in GCash to pay for your violation ticket.

How to pay MMDA ticket using GCash
Paying via GCash.

How to pay MMDA ticket in PayMaya

Open your PayMaya app and go to the Pay Bills section. In the biller list, select MMDA.

How to pay MMDA ticket in Metrobank

Paying via Metrobank for an MMDA ticket is no longer available.

11 things you need to know about the No Contact Traffic Apprehension Policy

1. What is the No Contact Traffic Apprehension Policy?

It is a policy that makes use of digital cameras, CCTV and/or other tech gadgets to capture iamges and videos to arrest vehicles that violate traffic laws.

2. What area does this policy cover?

This policy covers areas in Metro Manila that are are under the supervision of MMDA CCTV cameras.

3. Will MMDA Enforcers be gotten rid of?

No. The policy is meant to support the MMDA Trafic Enforcers. Moreover, there are places where CCTVs have yet to be installed.

4. How will the MMDA team know about the violating vehicles?

The MMDA team will work with Land Transportation Office – Information Query Facility to track the violating vehicles.

MMDA CCTVs
CCTVs are used to track violating vehicles.

5. Will I be penalized for a violation I didn’t commit if I’m just the vehicle’s registered owner?

It is the responsibility of the vehicle’s current owner to register the vehicle under his/her name. If the Notice was sent to the previous owner, he or she may visit the MMDA No-Contact Office to show a notorized Deed of Sale as well as providing the current owner’s name and address.

6. How will the violators receive the Summon from the MMDA?

The violators will receive the notices via registered mail (Philpost). Meanwhile, the liaison officer of a bus company may pick up the summons at MMDA Records Division.

7. What if the violator rejects the Summon?

Traffic violators refusing to receive or accept the summon without any valid reason shall be regarded to have received it.

8. In how many days should the violator pay for his/her violation?

Settlements should be made in seven days after receiving the first summon’s receipt. If the violator files for a protest before the MMDA TAD, he/she will pay for the final fines at the MMDA Central Office’s Collection Division.

MMDA violation receipt
Settlements should be made in seven days after receiving the first summon’s receipt.

9. Where can I pay for my violation?

We have already listed several methods that you can pay for your MMDA ticket violation above.

10. How can I contest a violation?

In the summon, the traffic vialator will find a statement stating the right of the violator to submit a protest winthin seven days after receiving the summon. If the vialator fails to do so in the given time, he/she will be deemed to ignore such right.

Within fifteen days of receiving an adverse TAD resolution, the vehicle’s owner may submit a Motion for Reconsideration. And within thirty days after receiving the recept of Motion for Recondideration’s denial, the driver can submit to the Office of the Chairman an appeal. This is where the final Decision will be made and carried out.

11. What will happen if the violator doesn’t pay for his violation ticket?

If the violator doesn’t pay his penalties or assessed fines stated in the summon, the vehicle license plate number will be put in the Alarm list as well as being reported to the LTO. Moreover, the vehicle will be rejected for renewal until the owner settles the fines or penalties.

That is 11 things you should know about MMDA ticket violation and how to pay MMDA ticket in GCash as well as other methods. For more how-to articles, check out TechiestuffPH.com.

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