Perbadanan Tabung Pendidikan Tinggi Nasional (PTPTN) debtors beware! The governmental organisation might think about reinstating the ban from leaving the nation for many who have but to settle their debt.
This comes after final yr’s ban was abolished in May as a part of Pakatan Harapan’s first 100 days manifesto, which states that debtors who earn RM4,000 and beneath can defer funds as a way to ease burdens.
As reported by Kini Tv, PTPTN Vice CEO Mastura Mohd Khalid has confirmed the risk of ban returning after placing into consideration the backlash acquired final yr from those that have paid off their money owed and those that are doing so diligently. They felt that it was unfair to them as they didn’t obtain any incentives for being accountable whereas those that postpone or ignore funds got leeway.
To additional punctuate PTNPN’s level, main motion might be taken towards those that additional postpone or don’t make the effort to comply with via on their funds accordingly.
“To those who do not care to pay their debts, especially when they can afford to, certain measures will be taken in order to ensure they abide to their payment schedule while safeguarding future borrowers to do the same,” he added.
The authorities are at present in discussions relating to the measures which may be taken, together with stopping defaulters from renewing passports, driving licences, street taxes and even enterprise licences.
It’s about time to grownup up and put these funds down.
Additionally learn: M’sians Can Resume Manually Repaying Their PTPTN Loans Online Starting 8 January