In a statement issued today, the commission said the development of the system was in order and in accordance to the law administered by SSM.
"Accordingly, SSM stressed that copies of documents used by the people are legally binding and there is no basis to doubt its validity.
"SSM also denied the claim of a news portal that the validity of its online CTC is doubtful," SSM said in a statement.
SSM also called on any parties including media practitioners not to make any assumptions and speculation on the issue.
For further inquiries on SSM products, members of the public can contact 03-7721 4000.
Yesterday, a news portal quoted a Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) source who alleged documents certified as CTC by SSM maybe doubtful as its system has been questioned.