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Man At Kepong Bank Fined RM1,000 After Police Failed To Find Check In Records On MySejahtera App



Source: Berita Harian & Oriental Daily

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A 31-year-old man was issued an RM1,000 fine after the police couldn’t find any records that he had checked in using the MySejahtera app before entering the bank.

According to Oriental Daily, the man had used the MySejahtera app to check in before entering the bank in the Kepong area at about 6pm. However, when he was about to leave the bank, he was stopped by the police who asked to see his check-in records.

Failing to find any, the police immediately issued the man an RM1,000 fine.

A friend of the victim said that he had seen the victim register with the MySejahtera app, but he suspects that the missing record could be caused by a problem with the network connection and hopes that others will take note of this before scanning.

“Not only him, but also an elderly person who did not have a mobile phone or could not use the MySejahtera app to scan and sign in, was also issued an RM1,000 fine.”

“Many elderly people don’t know how to use mobile phones or MySejahtera to sign in. However, the bank did not provide a book for them to register during non-office hours at the bank.”

Meanwhile, Kepong Community Service Centre Yee Poh Ping urges the authorities to take this matter seriously and look into ensuring that banks provide registration books and temperature measuring machines during non-office hours so that people can sign in themselves if there is no on one duty.

Additionally, he also believes that the police should be more flexible in handling different cases and listen to the explanations of the people.


Also read: Three Individuals In Sentul Fined RM700 Each For Travelling In One Vehicle At The Same Time

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