UCPB and the City Government of Para?aque recently signed a memorandum of agreement for the Bank to accept payments in line with the local government’s adoption of the No-Contact Apprehension Program (NCAP).
“UCPB is pleased to be part of this partnership as it helps Paranaque City in its goal to ensure road safety through the stringent implementation of road rules and regulations,” said Metro Manila Region 6 Head Tesa D. Tamayo.
Through NCAP, motorists found in violation of Para?aque City’s road rules and regulations are issued a Notice of Violation stating the type, time and location, as well as a photo of the violation. Motorists can proceed to any UCPB branch to pay the fine, bringing along with them the Notice of Violation as reference when they fill out the Bills Payment Form. Violators can either pay in cash or opt to have it debited from their UCPB accounts.
Motorists can also check their violations online at the Para?aque City No Contact Apprehension Site.
Last year, UCPB also signed a similar agreement with the City Government of Valenzuela to accept payments for motorists’ traffic violations under the No-Contact Apprehension Program (NCAP).
Date published: July 16, 2020