JPJ effect of false advertisement of flying license

PUTRAJAYA: The Malaysian Road Transport Department (JPJ) detected another advertisement offering flying license services through Facebook social media.

JPJ through a statement explained that the ad was fake which was detected through the Facebook account

“Preliminary investigation found that the account was registered in the name of an individual, Lee Jia Ning, who offered the service of obtaining a car license (class D), motorcycle license (class B2) and Vocational License (GDL & PSV), without having to attend the computer test and JPJ.

“The syndicate also placed the phone number of an individual named Steven (018-7641526) to bait and trap Facebook users,” he said.

He said, JPJ takes this flying license syndicate seriously and will make a report to the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) and the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (SKMM).

He explained further, JPJ also advises the public not to believe easily and contact the nearest JPJ office to get more accurate and authentic information. – MESSENGER

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