Thursday, 16 July 2015

New Scam Report to Public

 

Investors Alert

ADROWS.com SCAM & FRAUD

Real Investment on Advertising and CPA Industry or just Game of LOGOS and MONEY?!!

In our latest research we have found a new scam in the market working in East Asia and Middle East (www.Adrows.com). The lucrative website starts with a photo of luxury Cars, Watches, Hotel Casino, House,...as a Luxury Reward Program (This is the first sign of most new scams originate from East Asia, especially Indonesia and Malaysia). Then you can see lots of logos from famous brands in the market. Then they talk about high payouts. There is no real testimonials in the website. They claim to be one of the leading CPA system in the market while nobody knows them except the people who are getting high paid irrational commissions !

They claim to do investments in bulk purchases of Ads from Ad Networks and CPA Networks, but no Advertisement company knows them in the market !!! They offer investment packages to their investors (without having any Financial Licenses to collect money from people) and promise to have a wonderful ROI (Return of Investment), and they really have !!! In average they pay 10 to 12 percent per month to clients !!!! (Really) and they are still paying after a 2 year run since 2013. No company in the world can really pay such a Return On Investment in any legal business. Almost impossible. Even big names like Google, Facebook, Yahoo, IBM, GM,...

They have no transparency and no reporting system to the investors. And none of the companies Adrows claims to work with, know them. 

The system is getting investors mostly from Malaysia and Middle East (Dubai). By a quick search on youtube and facebook you can find many videos and photos of their local ceremonies (AKA Gala Dinners) and spend lots of money to keep innocent investors calm and quiet. In these ceremonies it is all about fun, some motivational speaking and a bit of serious business talks without giving any financial reports, legality matters and illegal funds transfers between member and investors.

When you login to the user account, unlike the face of the front pages which are mostly talking about Advertisement in a very non-professional way, it is all about Financials, Investments, Incentives, Rewards, Commissions,.... (with which Financial License !!! we do NOT know).

Be sure they push you not only to put your money there as a safe investment, but also for recruiting your family members, friends, coworkers,... so you and them will earn high commissions, which looks attractive in the first sight, but just imagine anything happens to this investment scam, who will be responsible for the money your referrals invested ? Definitely it is YOU... and no one else will be responsible or even answer you.

Their illegal activity is already reported to Malaysian Government SEC and Police of Dubai and Investment Authorities.

We advice investors who are presented for such scams to be more careful and ask guidance from a certified investment consultant.

As per our research, the system is created and operating by a Malaysian Citizen Mr.Colin Hoo Khai Choon (AKA Colins), who is a known face for previous scams and frauds such as Sunshine Empire, Empire Group, D10 (Degree 10), Maplex Alliance, London Capital,... partnered with James Phang, Jackie Hoo, Desmond T, Bryan Cook.

They are a known gang in the whole East Asia and that is why now they put their feet in Middle East and Central Asian countries.

More info will be available soon.

Do NOT waste the money you have in your hand.
 







58 comments:

  1. I incurred a financial loss of SGD 7000 By Cash
    By Clara Lim

    I was approached by a friend of mine to join the company by the name of Adrows, an MLM internet marketing company, which promises regularly payouts of cash in USD upon every maturity of each campaigns joined. Initial 'capital' was SGD7000 to start up an account in Adrows so that these cash will be converted into 'points' of 5000 to join campaigns for a certain period of time with guaranteed percentages of returns, which upon maturity, I am able to withdraw these payouts and the funds will be TT into my bank account. However, when my campaign matured back in January and I requested for withdrawal on 1 February 2015, but I have yet to get my returns. When I try to contact my friend who brought me into this company, he had to contact the person in charge by the name of Victor Lim - who apparently brought Adrows into the Singapore market - but to no avail. Victor was constantly running away and refusing to meet up to give a detailed explanation of what had happened, where our funds have gone and whether or not we will actually be getting our payouts. SGD7000 is not a small sum of money, and it was purely based on trust and perhaps some stupidity of mine, to agree to join Adrows with the promise of regular payouts, but up till now, I have absolutely no clue whether I am still able to get my hard earned money back and this is devastating.

    Source: http://www.scamalert.sg/scams/money-mule.html

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    1. I am in Adrows like you from Mai this year.I am from Canada. if you had a proper presentation, you had to know before starting that you should accomplish step by step a few things before you can request a withdrawal, like correctly link your bank account to your adrows account and wait until 48 hours to be confirmed by adrows then you can only request first and 15th of each month for withdrawal and then that takes up to 45 days to receive the money on your account only if you provide all the correct and exact information. and if there is anything rang, directly from your adrows account you can open a ticket to the proper department of adrows and then you will be in contact with them to regulate your situation. there is thousands of person in adrows and invested from 5k to 1m and all were paid during last 3 years and I saw only 3 small incident and the majority of them was the fault of associate and not company. I agree that if you do something out of exact procedure then will take a few weeks to regulate that. I am in contact with at least 400 of them and so far , every single promised things was done by the company.

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    2. @ Atlan king You are a fucking liar...ADROWS and Unifund is a SCAM!!!...I am a victim of this rubbish, FYI, Elnaz, Kosar, Collins, BaBak, You all will end in JAIL for this trash, My $10,000 will not get lost just like that....FUCK YOU ALL and rot in HELL

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    1. It is a spam. I called Samsunahar Adnan Investor Affairs & Complaints
      Securities Commission Malaysia and he said that this not even under their division. If you give more clarification regards this Lim Koo. You need to stop spreading rumors.

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  3. https://www.facebook.com/adrowsdubaii?fref=ts
    anyone can know is cheating case . who and which type of business can earn high profit like it. they will take and collect let see USD 200 milion from 5000 person . they will return half after that missing and start somewhere else . hahahaha. good and easy business laaaa

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    2. actually in FOREX and binary option platform you can earn like 20% in week. If you don't know online affair please do not mix up things. I agree that there is a lot of cheating out there and not only in online affairs. If you are not able to bring actual fact and proof of any cheating then please do not put your useless comment under the another fake situation every where you see Adrows. If you don't understand please just ask instead of accusing people. Then maybe only then, you will know why you are where you are and we are where we are!

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  5. following are some of adrows leader in Malaysia. look at them how they enjoy with your money in clubs, casino, beach, that all is victim money look at their profile following....

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  6. https://www.facebook.com/bkazemi?fref=ts

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  7. https://www.facebook.com/ali.zamani.31

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  8. https://www.facebook.com/nafas.yeg

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    1. It is a spam. I called Samsunahar Adnan Investor Affairs & Complaints
      Securities Commission Malaysia and he said that this not even under their division. If you give more clarification regards this Lim Koo. You need to stop spreading rumors.

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  9. https://www.facebook.com/samira.norouzian

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    1. It is a spam. I called Samsunahar Adnan Investor Affairs & Complaints
      Securities Commission Malaysia and he said that this not even under their division. If you give more clarification regards this Lim Koo. You need to stop spreading rumors.

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  10. كللللللله كلام
    الحمد لله ربي موفقنا .

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    1. It is a spam. I called Samsunahar Adnan Investor Affairs & Complaints
      Securities Commission Malaysia and he said that this not even under their division. If you give more clarification regards this Lim Koo. You need to stop spreading rumors.

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  11. نظام ال سي بي آ
    معروف ف جميع دول العالم و في شركات عالمية لها ١٣ سنة في هذا المجال .

    و يأتي شخص مثلك يتكلم عن الغش
    و الحمد لله الشركة لها ٣ سنوات .

    اذا على كلامك كان سكرت من اول ٦ شهور.
    انت احد اعداء النجاح الي نسمع عنهم

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    1. It is a spam. I called Samsunahar Adnan Investor Affairs & Complaints
      Securities Commission Malaysia and he said that this not even under their division. If you give more clarification regards this Lim Koo. You need to stop spreading rumors.

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  12. Sunshine Empire
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Sunshine Empire was a Multi Level Marketing (MLM) company, set up in 2006, based in Singapore. It is now defunct, with assets frozen by the Singapore Court. The company is listed by the Singapore Government's Monetary Authority in its Investor's Alert List, for possibly running investment schemes without authority. After investigation by the Commercial Affairs Department (CAD) of the Singapore Police and a court trial, Sunshine Empire's Directors were charged with and found guilty of fraud, criminal breach of trust and falsifying accounts.

    The company had gathered up to S$189 million in funds through investment schemes, alleged to have never materialised and to have been in fact, part of a Ponzi scheme. Initial trial revealed that over S$115m were paid out as 'investment returns', while another S$40m were transferred to associates as 'interest free loans' and the remaining believed to have been expended or paid out to directors as fees.

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    1. It is a spam. I called Samsunahar Adnan Investor Affairs & Complaints
      Securities Commission Malaysia and he said that this not even under their division. If you give more clarification regards this Lim Koo. You need to stop spreading rumors.

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  13. History[edit]

    This section does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (September 2010)
    Prior to the existence of Sunshine Empire, its founders had had a long history of establishing similar investment schemes under various business names, with none ever having been materialized. The projects were claimed to have failed, and investors would have been unable to recoup anything after the fund collection was completed. However, its founders had evaded legal charges by operating on legal loopholes in their contracts.

    Management[edit]
    It was reported that there was also a group of middle-aged people who were trained separately from the majority and who drove luxury sedans like Mercedes-Benzes and BMWs despite being only in their early twenties. These "car achievers" were also known as managers who always dressed smartly in black suits and carried Montblanc pens and wallets. According to a former member of Sunshine Empire, these managers would take other members out for supper after the training sessions because they said it would foster bonding and that it was an opportunity for other members to see the cars they drove.[1]

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      Securities Commission Malaysia and he said that this not even under their division. If you give more clarification regards this Lim Koo. You need to stop spreading rumors.

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  14. Events leading to investigations[edit]
    The fact that Sunshine Empire's merchants could notch up what seemed like profits without ever buying or selling products meant that its business model resembled a pure financial investment scheme or Ponzi scheme.[2]

    There have been allegations that the Sunshine Empire was a Pyramid scheme, with victims in East Asian Countries.[citation needed]

    Sunshine Empire was placed on the Monetary Authority of Singapore's (MAS) investor alert list [3] and Malaysia's Securities Commission alert list.[4][5]

    On 8 October 2008, The Consumers Association of Singapore's executive director, Mr Seah Seng Choon, cautioned participants against transferring their money to Hong Kong, as it would put their investment outside Singapore's jurisdiction.[6]

    On 24 October 2008, it was reported that James Phang Wah did not own Sunshine Empire but was just a charismatic adviser to SunShine.

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  15. Investigation and charges[edit]
    On 3 February 2009, investigation by the CAD was concluded after one year, two months and three weeks. It was found that Sunshine Empire had generated a revenue of $189 million in just over a year.[7]

    Jackie Hoo Choon Cheat, a director of Sunshine Empire, and James Phang Wah each faced a charge of fraudulent trading under Section 340 of the Companies Act; a charge of failure to maintain proper accounting records of Sunshine Empire under Section 199 of the Companies Act; and eight charges of criminal breach of trust as an agent of Sunshine Empire under Section 409 of the Penal Code.

    Phang also faced six charges of falsification of Sunshine Empire’s accounts under Section 477A of the Penal Code and one charge of false declaration of the share capital of Empire Communications Technology Pte Ltd under Section 401 (2A) (b) of the Companies Act. In addition to the Penal Code and Companies Act charges, Phang faced three charges of possession of uncensored and obscene films under the Films Act. He was the shadow director of the ponzi scam empire which had reportedly victimized more than 20,000 Singaporeans (mostly teenagers) and rewarded top scammers with luxury cars.[citation needed]

    Neo Kuon Huay, a director of Empire Emall (S) Pte Ltd and wife of Phang, faced six charges of falsification of Sunshine Empire’s accounts under Section 477A of the Penal Code and one charge of false declaration of the share capital of Empire Emall (S) Pte Ltd under Section 401 (2A) (b) of the Companies Act.

    Yong Wai Hong, a director of Empire Communications Technology Pte Ltd and various companies, faced six charges of false declaration of the share capital of various companies under Section 401 (2A) (b) of the Companies Act.[8]

    Phang was also accused of having obscene and uncensored films at his Westwood Avenue home on 13 November 2007.

    Mr Subhas Anandan represented all four as they claimed trial.[9] Neo, Hoo and Yong were offered $600k bail each and their passport impounded.[10]

    Three of the accused, apart from Yong, were arrested on the afternoon of 2 February 2009 and spent the night in remand. Yong was on police bail then. They were subsequently released on bail and were driven away in a convoy of Mercedes-Benzes and BMWs. While getting into his car, Phang was addressed as 'Lao Da' ('chief' in Mandarin).[11]

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  16. Trial and sentence[edit]
    The trial began at the Subordinate Court on 29 March 2010. On 16 July of that year, Phang and Hoo were found guilty of perpetuating fraud, of criminal breach of trust and for falsifying accounts.[12]

    On 30 July 2010, Phang was sentenced to nine years' jail and fined $60,000; his wife, Neo Kuon Huay, found guilty of falsifying payment vouchers, was fined $60,000; former company director, Hoo was sentenced to seven years' jail.[13]

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  17. THIS IS ALL STORY ABOUT ADROWS LEADER BEFORE @ SUNSHINE EMPIRE
    ABDULRAHMAN CAN YOU COMMEND ON THAT? OFF COURSE NOTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT

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    1. none sense, where is your proof that these are the same guys? a lots of people finished their contract with in 2 years and they got what there was promised and everybody got their payments. what you can comment on this? of course nothing. sure your real proof then accuse people on the proper actual fact. mixing cheater and honest guys is easy thing to do in our days by internet, right?

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  18. Yaser Ahmadi, these guys are the same bunch who started Adrows??? My friend just paid $ US 5,000 to an Iranian in KL

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    1. It is a spam. I called Samsunahar Adnan Investor Affairs & Complaints
      Securities Commission Malaysia and he said that this not even under their division. If you give more clarification regards this Lim Koo. You need to stop spreading rumors.

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  20. Yes doreen with more group mixed with iranian teenage, those hungry to be rich within 1 night!!!!!
    anyway
    they still did not get their target which is make easy by lates gala dinner in dubi. it is going down soon. how?? easy , suddenlly web site down.
    what you can do in that situation?
    can you complain? no, because they do not have any license of finanail investment in malaysia for more info you can check by bank negara malaysia which is responsible for ANY financial movment in malaysia, do not beleive me you call and ask whether can or can not. easyyyy

    How to Report?

    You can report directly to Bank Negara Malaysia via the following communication channels

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      Securities Commission Malaysia and he said that this not even under their division. If you give more clarification regards this Lim Koo. You need to stop spreading rumors.

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  22. Yes. i invest last month in their office in address bellow: Block J, Soho kl solaris mont kiara. all staff are Iranian . when i ask them they said no way to return back your money till 2 years!!!!!
    so . i direct go to bukit aman @ 05.08.2015 and make fraud and scam report of internet investment without license and officer told me they look at all the member Facebook account and keep their photo and arrest them for illegal activity .

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    1. So you invest before even knowing how Adrows work? you invested in minimal or starter package and then you asked your money back??? and you did not know that your package is for 2 years and you need earn money on campaigning and you need reach at least 500 USD in order to request the withdrawal to your bank account ??? and all the timing and other basic stuff???!!!! Waw, what kind scammer you are?

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    2. It is a spam. I called Samsunahar Adnan Investor Affairs & Complaints
      Securities Commission Malaysia and he said that this not even under their division. If you give more clarification regards this Lim Koo. You need to stop spreading rumors.

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    3. The #1 reason why someone would label this a scam or say that adrows is a fraud is because of false expectations…

      They expected to make a ton of money quickly and because that didn’t happen, rather than look to themselves as the cause of their failure, they blame adrwos or, in some cases rightfully so, the person who filled them with false expectations.

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  23. https://www.google.com.my/search?q=sunshine+empire&biw=1280&bih=899&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0CAYQ_AUoAWoVChMI-dfbhNWWxwIVicSOCh1lIwLl#imgrc=yY54RbnKUcBYwM%3A

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    1. It is a spam. I called Samsunahar Adnan Investor Affairs & Complaints
      Securities Commission Malaysia and he said that this not even under their division. If you give more clarification regards this Lim Koo. You need to stop spreading rumors.

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    2. It is a spam. I called Samsunahar Adnan Investor Affairs & Complaints
      Securities Commission Malaysia and he said that this not even under their division. If you give more clarification regards this Lim Koo. You need to stop spreading rumors.

      Delete
    3. It is a spam. I called Samsunahar Adnan Investor Affairs & Complaints
      Securities Commission Malaysia and he said that this not even under their division. If you give more clarification regards this Lim Koo. You need to stop spreading rumors.

      Delete
    4. The #1 reason why someone would label this a scam or say that adrows is a fraud is because of false expectations…

      They expected to make a ton of money quickly and because that didn’t happen, rather than look to themselves as the cause of their failure, they blame adrwos or, in some cases rightfully so, the person who filled them with false expectations.

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  24. https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=659307876

    this is facebook of malaysia leader of adrows mr.jafar

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    1. you man have personal problem with success. your genre of person makes me sad.

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    2. It is a spam. I called Samsunahar Adnan Investor Affairs & Complaints
      Securities Commission Malaysia and he said that this not even under their division. If you give more clarification regards this Lim Koo. You need to stop spreading rumors.

      Delete
    3. The #1 reason why someone would label this a scam or say that adrows is a fraud is because of false expectations…

      They expected to make a ton of money quickly and because that didn’t happen, rather than look to themselves as the cause of their failure, they blame adrwos or, in some cases rightfully so, the person who filled them with false expectations.

      Delete
  25. The #1 reason why someone would label this a scam or say that adrows is a fraud is because of false expectations…

    They expected to make a ton of money quickly and because that didn’t happen, rather than look to themselves as the cause of their failure, they blame adrwos or, in some cases rightfully so, the person who filled them with false expectations.

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  26. SCAMMERS! HUGE HUGE SCAMMERS! DON'T BUY INTO ADROWS OR UNIFUNDS. CRAAAZZZY MINDS

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  27. Screw you guys...Adows is paying me till now and i made hundreds of thousands within a year !

    The guys who started Creator Acadmy in Dubai are the same guys who are speaking loudly that Adrows is a fake company, due to some issues with Adrows and they refused to give them the license in dubai...they started the rumors about Adrows and they opened a silly company called Uni funds which is really still new.
    They are still using the same office while they were with Adrows but now a days they are doing presentation of Uni fund !!!!
    am really happy with Adrows...keep it up Adrows.

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  28. Good evening,

    I request to have my initial investment back plus the amount earned
    for the past year simply because I have not earned any benefit for the
    one year of investment I have I spend participating in your campaigns.
    How is it fair that I have wasted a year of my time and freezing my
    money in your account while Adrows and the participating companies
    made gains out of my investments.
    I have only signed up for the first step Adrows has no right to
    change the agreed upon practices without giving us a choice at least
    Adrows should have informed us earlier on for us to withdraw the money
    we have earned previously not (re-set) our wallets without our
    knowledge
    I have no interest in earning money creating ads on behalf of Adrows.
    Kindly escalate this to the management or I will be forced to seek
    legal support

    Regards,

    Jaleelah

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  32. Hi friend im also a victim of adrows scam,there are few young Iranian guy in malaysia ..like Heasam,Mustafa,Reza and babak who is running away with his family to US from malaysia.its pitty that they are making fool their own iranian innocent people who are there for study or doing small job.
    this people deserve punishment.

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