Sep 24, 2020

LTO warns against third parties offering online assistance

In an advisory, the LTO said it has not authorized individuals or social media pages to transact with their offices, and that their online services are currently suspended.

The Land Transportation Office (LTO) has warned the public against parties offering assistance for online transactions, including renewal of licenses.

In an advisory, the LTO said it has not authorized individuals or social media pages to transact with their offices, and that their online services are currently suspended.

“Pinaaalala ng LTO sa publiko na huwag tumangkilik ng mga indibidwal o social media pages na nag-aalok na mapadali ang transaksyon sa LTO. Hindi po awtorisado ng LTO ang mga ganitong online transactions. Kasalukuyan pong ini-imbestigahan ng LTO ang mga indibidwal na ito, pati na rin ang mga tumangkilik sa ganitong serbisyo upang malapatan ng naaayong sakdal na kriminal, sibil at administratibo,” advisory said.

It also said that all transactions are suspended while license, permit, and registration which expired during the ECQ will remain valid.

“Ang lahat ng lisensya, mga permit at registration ng sasakyan na nag-expire sa loob ng nasabing panahon ay mananatiling valid. Magpapalabas ng mga naaayong panuntunan at schedule ang ahensyang ito para sa impormasyon ng lahat,” advisory added.

In Palawan, operation LTO Field Office remain suspended since the implementation of community quarantine (ECQ) according to Office head Antonia Dela Cruz.

 

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