Selangor Journal

PTPTN counters open 24 hours in KLIA2

SHAH ALAM, MARCH 16: National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) to open counter at Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA 2) for payments to be made by borrowers blacklisted who want to go abroad.
PTPTN chairman Datuk Shamsul Anuar Nasarah said counters are operational 24 hours including consultancy services to the borrower by employees
“The issues of blacklisted borrowers are not allowed to go abroad, among which we want to solve.
“With the opening of this counter, a blacklisted borrower can negotiate and settle their arrears immediately and can proceed,” he said reported by BERNAMA in Parliament today.
Shamsul said the opening of the counter is among PTPTN efforts to raise more loans outstanding.
Borrowers who have outstanding loan payments were also blacklisted by the Immigration Department in addition to the Central Credit Reference Information System (CCRIS).
At the same time, Shamsul Anuar said PTPTN aims to collect a loan of RM4 billion, this year.
He said he also implementing a variety of measures that enable the corporation to provide loans to new students at this level before.
“Because there is an issue for new student loan is reduced, so our target is that we want to give the amount of the loan as the origin for new students,” he said.

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