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ethan99
post Apr 24 2014, 11:51 PM

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Anyone know how much selling those number W8828Y or W8838Y or W8848Y?

I suppose asking my runner to help and he told me all these number need to tender and will cost few thousand! Is that true?
ethan99
post Apr 25 2014, 12:12 AM

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QUOTE(hkboey @ Apr 24 2014, 11:59 PM)
Not true. It's just normal number. But these numbers already taken. No chance for series W....Y.
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The runner offer me W88x8Y around RM2000-RM4000! Meaning someone must be doing this biz...
ethan99
post Apr 25 2014, 10:18 AM

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I just came back from wangsa maju Jpj... W88x8Y all gone. Maybe I should go try selangor number later
ethan99
post Apr 25 2014, 10:25 AM

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http://www.niceplatenumber.com

I found this website very interested for those whose want to know nice plate number with $$$$
ethan99
post Apr 28 2014, 02:23 AM

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QUOTE(mugen @ Apr 25 2014, 09:17 AM)
thnx for the tip on 3 digit number. one thing i dun agree is those 88x8 number sold for 2000 - 4000. It is realy a rip-off. those runner and SA must be damn rich with these. They sure tell u this number got 8 very expensive and bla bla bla... if u are lucky u can get it with just RM210 from mysikap. As this happen in W X. that time I am overseas and dont have mysikap. Can See Cannot Buy. Get mysikap is crucial if u looking for car plates. It saves you hundreds at least.
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Got W88x8Y from one of the runner. I have paid rm2,000! Now, SA is arranging my car this week
ethan99
post May 1 2014, 12:27 AM

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QUOTE(hkboey @ Apr 30 2014, 11:49 AM)
WA888xA is available on mySikap for RM210.
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That's cheap I think... Anyhow, this no plate will follow me at least 5 years.
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post May 1 2014, 12:29 AM

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QUOTE(mugen @ Apr 30 2014, 09:20 AM)
congrats...
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Thanks mate... SA is arranging my car now. Hopefully can drive her out next week..
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post May 21 2014, 11:25 PM

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QUOTE(shadowzephyr @ May 21 2014, 12:47 PM)
Yes, no problem.

I came to JPJ Bangi last Monday at 7.45, queue a bit since not opened yet. When it open, just queue until reach the counter. At my turn I asked the officer there to register for MySikap. He tells me to wait here (at the counter) because he want to clear the queue first.

After ~2 min the queue cleared, he asked for my IC, validate using thumbprint and write down my email. Next, he gave me the printed paper showing the reference number, at the same time I've received the email from JPJ showing the same content. Then it's done, at 7.55.

After that I went to my office, open the laptop and register using the reference number provided. Then there's some simple validation using email, and after that registration successful. I've search for KL number WA xxxx B and got the nice number, and paid using VISA debit card for RM210.

Chronology:

At the JPJ:
- no need to take number and wait at JPJ when gettting your reference number (no. rujukan), just proceed to the counter
- process at JPJ done less than 5 minutes, especially when the counter is empty / no queue
- just bring your IC and your preferred email to the counter
- even better if you setup those email to your phone so that you knew the officer didn't typo / enter wrong email
- no need to pay anything

When register
- Need laptop / PC with stable internet connection
- Access to https://public.jpj.gov.my/public/login.zul
- At the left side, click the link under 'Daftar Masuk Kali Pertama'
- Put your nombor rujukan (reference number), continue registration, check your email for temporary pass
- Access to https://public.jpj.gov.my/public/login.zul again, key in your IC number as ID Pengguna (user ID), and the temporary password
- You will be logged in, and system will ask you to change password, and (IINM) you need to relog again
- For the password you need to have Uppercase, lowercase, number and special character (!@#$ if i'm not wrong), and size is 8-12.
- And then it's done

And once again, you can use your MasterCard / VISA Debit to pay although they asked for Credit Card (that's why MasterCard / VISA debit comes in).
You cannot use online payment though (eg Maybank2U, CIMBClicks etc), only credit card.  sweat.gif

I'm using Maybank VISA Debit Card. The same card I've used at ATM. Just need to key-in the 16 digit number at the front of the card, at the CVC number 3 digit at the back. Oh, when you pay, bank will send the 6-digit number to your phone (MSOS number for my case), just like when you using online payment.

Information you need to key-in the credit card info, pretty straightforward.  laugh.gif
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(this is just the sample, that number is available  brows.gif )
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Awesome write up... Thanks for the sharing

 

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