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NOTIS PENUTUPAN SEMENTARA PEJABAT PKP 3.0 PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 02 June 2021 08:36

Berikutan arahan PKP 3.0 dan juga krisis wabak pandemik yang semakin meningkat, pejabat FOMCA dan NCCC akan ditutup buat sementara waktu berkuatkuasa 1 Jun 2021.

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Segala isu aduan kepenggunaan, boleh disalurkan kepada pihak-pihak kementerian atau agensi-agensi yang berkaitan terutama melalui saluran aduan Kementerian Perdagangan Dalam Negeri dan Hal Ehwal Pengguna (KPDNHEP) melalui talian 1-800-886-800 atau untuk isu harga barang, pengguna boleh salurkan aduan ke talian nombor whatsapp KPDNHEP, 019-2794317 atau melalui Bilik Gerakan KPDNHEP negeri masing-masing seperti berikut:

 

Johor: 07-2272811
Negeri Sembilan: 06-601 6500
Melaka: 06-2345121
Selangor: 03-5518 1810/ 5512 5485/ 5514 4393
Kuala Lumpur: 03-4045 4680
Perak: 05-241 4611
Kedah: 04-7001745
Pulau Pinang: 04-3840245 / 246 / 247
Perlis: 04-979 5000
Kelantan: 09-741 6000
Terengganu: 09-6204700
Pahang: 09-5717777
Sarawak: 082-466 012
Sabah: 088-484368
Labuan: 087-423152

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'Bukan pakej pelaburan kami' PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 20 May 2021 15:56

SHAH ALAM - Hijrahwealth Management Sdn Bhd menafikan satu promosi pakej pelaburan di bawah Hijrah Investment Plan yang sedang tular di media sosial.

Pengarahnya, Rohani Mohd Shahir berkata, promosi tersebut memaparkan beberapa pakej yang ditawarkan antaranya Silver, Gold dan Platinum.

"Promosi itu turut menyatakan modal pelaburan sebanyak RM300, RM1,300, RM3,000 dan pulangan yang dijanjikan adalah dalam masa 24 jam sebanyak RM9,800, RM27,000 dan RM51,000.

"Pihak yang tidak bertanggungjawab ini telah menggunakan logo syarikat, salinan Sijil Pendaftaran Syarikat kami dengan niat menarik perhatian orang ramai untuk melabur dengan menjanjikan pulangan yang tinggi dan tidak munasabah dalam tempoh hanya 24 jam," katanya menerusi kenyataan pada Sabtu.

Rohani berkata, pihaknya telah membuat laporan polis berhubung perkara tersebut.

"Kami berharap orang ramai tidak terperdaya dengan tipu daya scammer ini.

"Logo-logo lain yang terdapat di iklan ini termasuk logo Bank Negara Malaysia, Bursa Kuala Lumpur, Patuh Syariah, Angkasa dan tanda Halal Jakim," katanya.

Menurutnya, orang ramai yang mahu mendapatkan maklumat lanjut boleh menghubungi pihak HijrahWealth di 03-4270 5740/4740 atau talian hotline 011-5357 1263 / 011-2367 1805 untuk keterangan lanjut," katanya.

 

Sumber: https://www.sinarharian.com.my/article/131855/BERITA/Semasa/Bukan-pakej-pelaburan-kami

 
Pesara rugi lebih RM1 juta ditipu Macau scam PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 18 May 2021 09:20

SCAM ALERT! stock illustration. Illustration of breaking - 86702664Mei 17, 2021 @ 11:13pm
Petaling Jaya: Seorang pesara wanita kerugian lebih RM1 juta selepas menjadi mangsa penipuan Macau scam yang menyamar pegawai bank dengan memperdaya konon kad kreditnya digunakan untuk pembelian mata wang dalam talian, bitcoin.

Ketua Polis Daerah Petaling Jaya Asisten Komisioner Mohamad Fakhrudin Abdul Hamid berkata, mangsa berusia 60 tahun pada 2 petang 1 April lalu ketika berada di rumahnya di Petaling Jaya menerima panggilan operator daripada bank yang memaklumkan kad kredit bank didaftarkan atas namanya membuat pembelian bitcoin di satu laman sesawang sosial.

Menurutnya, mangsa menafikan perkara itu dan panggilan itu kemudian disambungkan ke bank negara.

"Seterusnya, mangsa memberikan maklumat peribadinya kepada pihak bank negara untuk membuat laporan polis bagi menafikan mengenai kad kredit yang didaftarkan atas nama mangsa.

"Pada 9.02 pagi keesokannya, mangsa menerima salinan laporan polis melalui WhatsApp dan panggilan telefon itu disambungkan kepada polis," katanya dalam satu kenyataan, hari ini.

Mohamad Fakhrudin berkata, mangsa diminta memberikan kesemua maklumat akaun banknya bagi tujuan untuk memperbaharui akaunnya daripada disalahgunakan oleh individu lain.

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Be cautious of fake Bank Negara app, warns Bukit Aman PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 18 May 2021 09:20

Protect Your Financial Health From Coronavirus Scams » WCCU Credit UnionMei 17, 2021 @ 12:48pm
ALOR SETAR: Kerani sebuah kedai buku di Mergong, di sini, kerugian RM255,250.99 selepas menerima mesej kononnya memenangi peraduan anjuran sebuah syarikat makanan.

Ketua Jabatan Siasatan Jenayah Komersial Kedah, Superintendan Elias Omar, berkata wanita berusia 25 tahun itu menerima mesej melalui WhatsApp mendakwa dia memenangi peraduan sebanyak RM3,300.

Beliau berkata, mangsa kemudian diarahkan untuk memasukkan wang bagi mencukupi nilai pada cek yang disediakan oleh pihak syarikat.

"Tanpa membuat semakan, mangsa memindahkan wang sebanyak 52 kali ke lapan akaun berbeza secara deposit tunai di mesin juruwang automatik (ATM) sehingga mencecah jumlah RM255,250.99.
"Bagaimanapun mangsa mula sedar ditipu apabila suspek meminta mangsa membuat pindahan wang lagi," katanya dalam kenyataan, hari ini.

Elias berkata, mangsa membuat laporan di Ibu Pejabat Polis Daerah (IPD) Kota Setar pada 10 Mei lalu untuk memaklumkan kejadian itu.

Berikutan itu, katanya, satu kertas siasatan dibuka mengikut Seksyen 420 Kanun Keseksaan kerana menipu.

"Polis menasihatkan orang ramai jangan mudah percaya pada panggilan atau WhatsApp menyatakan memenangi apa-apa peraduan dan meminta supaya membayar kos untuk mendapatkan hadiah berkenaan.

"Selain itu anda dinasihatkan membuat semakan dengan mana-mana syarikat yang menganjurkan peraduan itu," katanya.

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Be cautious of fake Bank Negara app, warns Bukit Aman PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 18 May 2021 09:18

Savings lost after information shared on fake BNM websiteMonday, 10 May 2021 11:27 PM MYT
KUALA LUMPUR, May 10 — The police have urged the public to be aware that the MyBNM app is being used by unscrupulous parties to commit fraud.

The MyBNM app was an online application offered by Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) from November 2015 till November last year.

Bukit Aman Commercial Crime Investigation Department (CCID) Datuk Zainuddin Yaacob said in a statement today that victims of such cases would be contacted by suspects posing as enforcement agency officers, including BNM.

He said the victims would then be asked to download the fake MyBNM app and through the app, they would be asked to key in personal details including their name, ATM card number and PIN, user name and password.

“After securing the information, the syndicate would then make money transfers from the victim’s account to a third party account (mule account),” he said, adding that the victim would only realise they had been scammed after discovering they are left with little money in their account.

Based on records throughout 2020, he said 53 cases were reported with losses of RM1.9 million while from January to April this year, the number of cases recorded increased to 57 cases with losses of RM1.7 million.

“To combat the rise, preventive measures involving the police and public awareness campaigns are needed.

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HAS YOUR INSURANCE COMPANY INCREASED THE PRICE OF YOUR MEDICAL PREMIUMS? PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 11 May 2021 10:49

Federation of Malaysians Consumers Associations

PRESS RELEASE / SIARAN MEDIA

10th MAY 2021

HAS YOUR INSURANCE COMPANY INCREASED THE PRICE OF YOUR MEDICAL PREMIUMS?

FOMCA has been recently receiving many complaints from policy holders of medical insurance of indiscriminate increase in the price of their premiums. We are concerned of how extensive this issue this and how many consumers have been similarly affected by the price increase of their premiums.

We call on all consumers with medical insurance policies to inform us of the price increase of your premiums and for those who have not received any notices of price increase in your medical insurance to contact your agent and ask him/her if there is indeed any increase in the price of your medical premiums.

At the current time, with unending lockdowns and conditional lockdowns, many consumers have been severely affected either through loss of jobs or reduction in incomes. This is certainly not the time to increase insurance premiums.

It is certainly wrong and unacceptable that insurance companies, at this time raise premium prices to make excessive profits. Consumers are already suffering.

If based on your feedback, we find that many consumers have been forced to pay increasing medical premiums, FOMCA will be launching a National Campaign to urge Bank Negara Malaysia to Stop the Increase in Medical Premiums.

Consumers are facing tremendous economic pressure due to job loss, income loss and economic insecurity. Now is certainly not the time to increase medical insurance premiums.

As a responsible regulator, Bank Negara Malaysia, to protect consumers, should have already pre-emptively directed insurance companies not to increase premiums at his point of time.

Please provide the feedback to FOMCA to enable us to know if you have been affected by the price increase of your medical insurance premium?

Let us as consumers act together to protect our interests.

These are the information we need

  • Insurance Company
  • Current Annual Insurance Premium (RM)
  • New Annual Insurance Premium (RM)

You may email us the details at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or via this online form https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PriceHike .

Kindly visit our webpage www.fomca.org.my for more information.

 
Report hike in premium for medical insurance policies PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 11 May 2021 10:45

Federation of Malaysians Consumers AssociationsMay 10, 2021 @ 4:07pm
KUALA LUMPUR: The Federation of Malaysian Consumers Association (Fomca) has called on people with medical insurance policies to report any price hike in their premiums.

Fomca president Datuk Dr Marimuthu Nadason urged consumers who have not been notified of price increases in their medical insurance to contact their agents and enquire if there is indeed any increase in their premiums.

"Fomca has been recently receiving many complaints from medical insurance policy holders of indiscriminate increases in the price of their premiums.

"We are concerned of how extensive this issue is and how many consumers have been affected by the price increase.
"Currently, with conditional lockdowns, many consumers have been severely affected, either through loss of jobs or reduction in incomes.

"This is certainly not the time to increase insurance premiums," he said in a statement today.

Marimuthu stressed that it was wrong and unacceptable for insurance companies to raise premiums to make excessive profits at a time when consumers were suffering.

If many consumers come forward with similar complaints, he said, Fomca would launch a national campaign to urge Bank Negara Malaysia to stem the increase in medical premiums.

"As a responsible regulator, Bank Negara should have already pre-emptively directed insurance companies not to increase premiums at this point to protect consumers.

"Please provide the feedback to Fomca to enable us to know if you have been affected by the price increase of your medical insurance premium.

"We need the name of the insurance company, current annual insurance premium and new annual insurance premium."

The details can be emailed to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or via this online form.

 

Source: https://www.nst.com.my/news/nation/2021/05/689286/report-hike-premium-medical-insurance-policies

 
Falling for ‘high returns’ promise PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 26 April 2021 10:37

Must know! various forms of investment fraudSunday, 25 Apr 2021
PETALING JAYA: The challenging economic times brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic were among reasons why some investors fell for investment scams that promised high returns within a short time, says the Securities Commission (SC).

The industry regulator said this was coupled with the general public’s lack of understanding of the capital market, with many investors believing they could gain up to 31% returns if they joined the investment scams.

“We saw a significant jump in complaints about investment scams between 2019 and 2020 with victims across all ages and backgrounds because such scams were conducted via social media, ” it said.

It said complaints about such schemes climbed to 158% from 2019 to 2020, with most of them involving scams, unlicensed investment advice and unregistered digital asset platforms.

In 2019, the SC received 212 complaints but this number jumped to 548 in 2020. So far this year, it has received 215 complaints.

The SC believes scammers had taken advantage of people’s vulnerability to earn extra income during the pandemic.

Some of the scams even promised 10-fold returns on their investment within 24 hours of investing.

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Awas! Jangan terpedaya scammer 'pancing data' PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 26 April 2021 10:34

Cybersecurity: how to protect yourself from phishing scamsApril 24, 2021 16:31 MYT
KUALA LUMPUR: Kes-kes penipuan 'memancing data' perbankan internet dilihat semakin meningkat sejak kebelakangan ini.

Pelbagai taktik digunakan termasuk menerusi panggilan telefon, menghantar khidmat pesanan ringkas (SMS) secara rambang menyerupai pesanan bank dan juga kiriman emel bagi memperdaya pengguna supaya menyerahkan maklumat peribadi seperti nama dan kata laluan akaun perbankan Internet.

Baru-baru ini Suruhanjaya Komunikasi dan Multimedia Malaysia (SKMM) mendedahkan beberapa helah dan modus operandi yang digunakan scammer itu.

Modus operandi itu turut digunakan untuk memperdaya dan memperoleh nombor Transaction Authorization Code (TAC) atau One-Time PIN (OTP) daripada pengguna.

Berikut modus operandi yang dikesan digunakan scammer:

1. Pesanan ringkas SMS atau mana-mana aplikasi pesanan termasuk WhatsApp dihantar menyatakan berlakunya transaksi kewangan mencurigakan atau wujud keperluan untuk pengguna mengesahkan, mengemas kini atau mengaktifkan semula akaun perbankan Internet.

2. Pengguna diminta untuk melayari pautan laman sesawang palsu yang diberikan dan kemudian memasukkan nama dan kata laluan akaun perbankan Internet.

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Beware of motor insurance vultures PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 19 April 2021 09:50

Motor and Car Insurance Online | Vehicle Insurance Policy |  Squareinsurance.inApril 18, 2021
Remember the vultures who used to spill oil on the road to cause car crashes? They might be back, so watch out.

What has happened over the past few years is a baffling mystery: there are victims but no logical motive.

We’re talking about annual billion-ringgit fraud claims in the motor insurance business and a Bank Negara Malaysia-initiated programme to minimise losses to motor insurance companies.

It seems like these efforts between BNM and motor insurance companies grouped under the General Insurance Association of Malaysia (PIAM) to establish an ethical standard to the crash repair business have come to zero at the hands of the Malaysia Competition Commission (MyCC).

MyCC last year won a court judgment that penalised PIAM and 22 insurance companies for a total of RM174 million for offences against the Competition Act.

On that note, MyCC is also in the process of amending the law so that it can rule on mergers and acquisitions as it notably couldn’t when Grab and Uber merged in Malaysia a few years ago.

Let me tell you the story and see if you can solve the who-done-it question:

Like most progressive nations, Malaya went through a motorisation phase after the First World War when tin miners and rubber plantation owners were so rich that they bought British, French and American cars and rubber tappers without electricity bought fridges to store their food.

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