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Monday, 11 September 2017 14:38


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  • My Food Label

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  • Create a 30-seconds Instagram video with the theme "My Food Label".
  • Use hashtag #myfoodlabel2017 and tag @mypengguna. (Make sure that your account/post is not private)
  • DM us your posted video & details (Name, School Name, Email Address & Contact Number).
  • The winning video will receive cash prize of RM700, RM500 & RM300.


Tuesday, 29 August 2017 16:05




In the year 2016, National Consumer Complaints Centre (NCCC) received complaints from 48,563 consumers that suffered losses of RM 255,623,706.00. The total complaints have increased by 8.6% compared to the previous year.

This report extensively covers all types of complaints received across 22 different sectors resulting from consumer’s purchase of goods and/or services.

NCCC's Annual Report states that e-commerce sector received the highest number of complaints for 2016, followed closely by General Consumer Products and Telecommunication Sector. In terms of monetary value, complaints related to the Automobile and Auto-workshops sector topped the charts, with losses at staggering RM 79,181,869.


Many Malaysians shop online to purchase range of products around the globe such as fashion items, entertainment services, electronic products, skincare and personal product, and many more especially with the introduction of high speed internet for everyone.

It is currently one of the most important aspects of the internet to emerge. E-commerce allows consumers to electronically exchange goods and services with no barriers of time or distance.

Unfortunately e-commerce tops the sector with the most complaints received by the National Consumer Complaints Centre for 2016 as well as for the three previous consecutive years. The problems that are faced by e-consumers are not getting the products ordered. Goods that have been ordered and paid for often fail to reach the consumer.

The biggest problem while buying things online is that you have no guarantee of a product’s quality. Reviews are not always reliable and all the research can’t assure you of a product’s quality; fraudulent sellers who intentionally mislead customers to increase sales are the prime reason for faulty/sub-par products being sold online. There are more issues faced by e-consumers are highlighted in this report. This report will also focuses on the laws that are available, recommendation for improvement as well as guide for consumers on shopping online.


The automobile Industry maintains as the highest monetary value in dispute recorded by NCCC since 2011,; In 2016 the value was RM79,181,869.00. Due to many affordable cars offered by the automobile industries, this had led to more Malaysians owning cars on the road. To reduce costs to ensure affordability, the quality of cars might have been compromised which has led to the rise in the monetary value of complaints.

It is rather disappointing that most complaints received by the NCCC were made in relation to local car manufacturers. However, imported model are not far back. The complaint pattern indicates that service centres in Malaysia are not sensitive towards consumer satisfaction as complaints were most of the time ignored or left unsettled in a way judicious to the consumers.

This is upsetting to learn that with the current existing laws that are available, problems are still occurring with almost no solution and most complainants still come back with the same problem. This will cause one to lose faith and trust with authorities and with the manufacturers for not being able to rectify the mistake or remedy the situation.

With no specific regulating body to observe and take action on the automobile industry, we urge carmakers to conduct a more in-depth study on the usability and sustainability of car accessories, spare parts, be it for new or second hand cars. Additionally, the NCCC opines that merely setting a customer service unit for after sales care is an effort futile should no redress be provided amid a dispute. Profiting with no adequate after-market service and safety standards for locally made car should end immediately

With the release of the NCCC 2016 Annual Report, it is the NCCC’s hope that all manufacturers and the regulators take note of the recommendations and suggestions in order to improve their services and customer relation skills to gain trust and confidence from consumers.

The NCCC Annual Report 2016

The 2016 NCCC Annual Report represents the eleventh year of analysis and review of all consumer complaints received by NCCC classified under 22 separate categories.

A total of 48,563 COMPLAINTS were received in 2016 whereby the NCCC witnessed an increase in the number of complaints when compared to last year’s total. This increase could be due to complaints lodged not being resolved to their satisfactory level before addressing their issue with the NCCC.

The highest complaints focused on the E-commerce (Online Shopping) sector with the NCCC recording a total of 7,371 complaints.

The second highest complaint for 2014 is the General Consumer Products with the NCCC recording a total of 6,578 complaints which has slightly increased compared to last year.

Coming in at third with 5,681 complaints, consumers are dissatisfied with the Telecommunication and broadband services.

The NCCC received a total of 3,874 complaints against the Automobile and Auto-Workshops industry. Although coming in at fourth place in the number of complaints received, with monetary value of staggering RM79,181,869.00, the automobile industry topped the total of value attached to complaints received under a specific sector. Complainants lamented that the industry were merely interested in profiteering and made empty promises until the point of sale.

The Travel and Leisure industry remains at fifth place as 2016, recording 3,458 of complaints in 2016 with the NCCC. Most of the complaints indicate that service rendered to them at the point of travel or stays were unusually different with what was initially agreed upon. Criminals create fake travel agencies, get people to sign up and the close down the business.

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Consumers advised not to pay for unsolicited items PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 02 June 2017 16:05

PETALING JAYA: Consumers who have received unsolicited products from online retailer LuxStyle should neither pay for the items nor send them back, the National Consumer Complaints Centre advised.

Its legal and policy senior manager Shabana Naseer Ahmad said the company’s modus operandi was to link its online advertisements to product listings without prices. Customers were required to register with their home and e-mail addresses to find out the prices.

Even if the customers did not make any purchase, she said, the company would still send products to their homes and demand payment via credit card or PayPal, or for the items to be returned to its headquarters in Denmark.

“My advice is to not send the item back. If you didn’t order it, why should you pay to return it? Don’t make any payment either or they may target you again,” Shabana told a press conference here yesterday.

Denmark-based firm sends products to ‘window shoppers’ and bills them PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 02 June 2017 16:00

Friday, 2 June 2017
PETALING JAYA: Internet shopping is usually a harmless pastime – but for these victims, browsing on an online retailer’s site only brought them headache and worry after they were sent, and billed for, items they did not even order.

National Consumer Complaints Centre legal and policy senior manager Shabana Naseer Ahmad shared experiences suffered by complainants who were sent unsolicited beauty products by LuxStyle International Sales ApS, which trades under the name LuxStyle.

A 59-year-old woman said she visited LuxStyle’s website because she wanted mascara for her daughter. (Some names have been excluded for the victims’ privacy.)

After registering with her personal information to see the prices, she was shocked at how expensive the products were and decided not to buy.

She was even more shocked when a package was delivered to her and is now unsure what to do with it.

The youngest complainant was a 14-year-old girl, who saw the company’s blackhead removal mask promoted on Instagram.

NCCC Gesa KPDNKK, MCMC Siasat Luxstyle International [Video] PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 02 June 2017 15:35

PETALING JAYA, 1 Jun (Bernama) -- Pusat Khidmat Aduan Pengguna Nasional (NCCC) menggesa agar siasatan dilakukan terhadap syarikat jualan runcit dalam talian, LuxStyle International Sales ApS (LuxStyle) berhubung kaedah jualan mereka yang menimbulkan tanda tanya.

Pengurus Kanan Undang-undang dan Dasarnya, Shabana Ahmad berkata setakat ini, pusat itu menerima sekurang-kurangnya 50 aduan dan jumlah tersebut meningkat setiap hari, terutama daripada golongan muda.

Katanya, pusat itu akan menghantar laporan bertulis kepada Kementerian Perdagangan Dalam Negeri, Koperasi dan Kepenggunaan (KPDNKK), Suruhanjaya Komunikasi dan Multimedia Malaysia (MCMC) dan CyberSecurity Malaysia supaya menjalankan siasatan lanjut tentang perkara berkenaan.

"Lux International Sales ApS mengiklankan produknya melalui media sosial. Sesuatu barang dianggap dijual sekiranya pengguna memilih sesuatu produk dan memasukkan maklumat perhubungan mereka. Syarikat jualan runcit dalam talian itu telah menghantar notis pembayaran bagi produk yang mereka tidak pernah tempah," kata Shabana pada sidang akhbar di sini Khamis.

NCCC wants probe on LuxStyle PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 02 June 2017 15:32

Posted on 1 June 2017 - 03:47pm
Last updated on 1 June 2017 - 05:23pm

Aiezat Fadzell
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PETALING JAYA:The National Consumers Complaints Centre (NCCC) wants an investigation into LuxStyle International Sales ApS (LuxStyle) in relation to the latter's questionable sales method.

NCCC senior manager (Legal and Policy) Shabana Naseer said the organisation will be sending a position paper to the Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry, Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission ( MCMC) and CyberSecurity Malaysia to conduct further investigations on this matter.

"The company advertised its products through social media.

"And the goods are considered ordered if a consumer selects a product and enters their contact information.

"The online retailer has also sent consumers payment notices for products they have never ordered," Shabana said during a press conference held at Federation of Malaysian Consumer Associations (Fomca) office here today.

Consumer group wants probe into LuxStyle International PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 02 June 2017 15:17


PETALING JAYA: The National Consumer Complaints Centre (NCCC) has called for an investigation into online retailer, LuxStyle International Sales ApS (LuxStyle) in relation to their questionable sales practices.

NCCC’s Legal and Policy senior manager Shabana Naseer Ahmad said the centre has received at least 50 complaints so far and the number increases on a daily basis, especially among young people.

She said the organisation would send a written report to the domestic trade, cooperatives and consumerism ministry, Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) and CyberSecurity Malaysia to conduct further investigations on the matter.


NCCC warns consumers over scam beauty site, LuxStyle PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 02 June 2017 15:14

By MASRIWANIE MUHAMADING - June 1, 2017 @ 2:13pm

PETALING JAYA: The National Consumer Complaints Centre (NCCC) has issued an advisory against online beauty care shop LuxStyle which charges those who visit its website, even without agreeing to buy any of its products.

NCCC senior manager (legal and policy), Shabana Naseer Ahmad, said that they have received about 60 complaints on the online shop from consumers in Peninsular Malaysia since May.

Shabana said that LuxStyle advertises its products through social media platforms, including Facebook and Instagram, before leading consumers to its website via a link.

Buntu kena paksa beli PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 01 June 2017 14:20

Mohd Hasbi Sidek
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LEBIH 50 individu kini buntu selepas menerima barang dan invois bayaran produk jenama LuxStyle daripada sebuah syarikat yang berpangkalan di Denmark, walaupun mereka tidak menempah produk terbabit.

Syarikat terbabit, Lux International Sales Aps mengiklankan produk mereka melalui media sosial seperti Facebook dan Instagram.

Pengurus Kanan, Dasar dan Perundingan Pusat Khidmat Aduan Pengguna Nasional (NCCC) Shabana Naseer Ahmad berkata, mangsa mula terperangkap apabila pengguna menyemak produk dan memasukkan maklumat mereka dalam laman web jualan melalui pautan media sosial.

"Barang terbabit dianggap sudah dibeli oleh pengguna walaupun mereka tidak bersetuju atau menempah produk itu.

"Syarikat kemudiannya akan menghantar produk jualan mereka bersama-sama invois bayaran tanpa persetujuan pelanggan," katanya.

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