Saturday, 19 September 2015

WARNING : Adrows.com and unifunds.com SCAM ALERT by Malaysian Government

 WARNING : 


Adrows.com and unifunds.com SCAM ALERT by Malaysian Government


We would like to inform that Adrows Media (via www.adrows.com) and Unifunds (via www.unifunds.com) are not licensed by Securities Commission Malaysia ("SC") to conduct regulated activities under the Capital Market and Services Act 2007 ("CMSA"). This would include any dealing in securities or derivatives, fund management, advising on corporate finance, investment advice financial planning and dealing in private retirement schemes. Such list of regulated activities can be found in Schedule 2 of the CMSA by clicking on the link: http://www.sc.com.my/wp-content/uploads/eng/html/cmsa/cmsa2007/CMSA2007Schedule-2.pdf

If you have any  information or evidence that the said entities are involved in any of the above-mentioned regulated activities within Malaysia without proper authorisation by the SC, we would really appreciate your kind cooperation to furnish those information to the SC, for our review and to assess on the appropriate actions to be taken. The information and/or documents can be provided to us via the following address:

Securities Commission Malaysia
Investor Affairs & Complaints
3 Persiaran Bukit Kiara
Bukit Kiara
50490 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 603 6204 8999
Fax: 603 6204 8991 or
E-mail: aduan@seccom.com.my

Should you need further clarification from the SC, you may contact us at +603-6204-8999.


Thanks and regards,
Samsunahar Adnan
Investor Affairs & Complaints
Securities Commission Malaysia



Share this post to friends and families not to be trapped like us in these dangerous scams. They already closed withdrawals, transfers and new registrations in Adrows.com and insist that you should listen to them to join unifunds.com !!!!

Just couple of blind minded people are following them in AKA Gala Dinners and Launch Parties.

38 comments:

  1. yes indeed. adrows is closed down. they try new www.unifunds.com but within short term will arrest.

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    3. but I know people who were broke and didn't have a single penny , now he is buying his new car (porcshe ) ..what are you talking about ?

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    4. http://adrowsscam.blogspot.ae/2017/06/warning-real-owners-of-unifundscom.html

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  2. for the moment the only scammer is you Lim Koo, this link below is the official site of Malaysian security commission : http://www.sc.com.my , nothing found on Adrows or Unifunds so who is scamming right now? get a job instead of looking to the privet life of the successful people!

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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. You people just close your eyes and continue doing these scams, just you endanger your life and the people around you. By loosing other people's money, you will not get rich. The promised winners announcement scheduled on 15th September for grand prizes never happened and there will be no more gala dinners for adrows anymore. They are fooling you and you continue to say OK. All top earners in adrows they left adrows and started another same scam !!! isn't it really enough for you to understand what is happening. You will never again see Mr.Colin Hoo the owner of adrows and his marketing adrows directors who were artists only. We are just giving you alerts, don't put your money and life in danger as we did and we lost many times with this group. The decision is yours.

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    4. http://adrowsscam.blogspot.ae/2017/06/warning-real-owners-of-unifundscom.html

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  3. so? we challenge atlan king. you can not simply take people money amd enjoy with that

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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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  4. here is Malaysia and we Malaysia not allow you Iranian simply destroy our economy by cheating and fraud action.

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    1. There is no challenge, if you have the problem with any race, that's your problem. The Iranian injected billions of dollars in your miserable economy, you need to grow up a bit. Those Iranians that you are talking about are honest people and do their job. I did not know that injecting their money back to your economy is destroying it, that's called miss management in to days term.

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    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.

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  5. you are nobody in your Malaysia and just nobody. you don't have any right to spamming in the name of Malaysian government and to show some serious to your spam just mentioning some address and email from security commission of Malaysia. People any where in the world in any kind of business are adult and they do not need a little spammer guy like you to defend them.

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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. 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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    3. You people just close your eyes and continue doing these scams, just you endanger your life and the people around you. By loosing other people's money, you will not get rich. The promised winners announcement scheduled on 15th September for grand prizes never happened and there will be no more gala dinners for adrows anymore. They are fooling you and you continue to say OK. All top earners in adrows they left adrows and started another same scam !!! isn't it really enough for you to understand what is happening. You will never again see Mr.Colin Hoo the owner of adrows and his marketing adrows directors who were artists only. We are just giving you alerts, don't put your money and life in danger as we did and we lost many times with this group. The decision is yours.

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    4. http://adrowsscam.blogspot.ae/2017/06/warning-real-owners-of-unifundscom.html

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  7. 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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  8. Financial Consumer AlertContents:
    Consumer Alert
    Who may provide financial services in Malaysia
    Why should consumers be careful when dealing with unregulated entities or persons?
    Illegal and suspicious financial entities and activities
    How to detect an illegal schemes?

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  9. Why should consumers be careful when dealing with unregulated entities or persons?
    Consequences:
    Consumer protection under the laws administered by BNM IS NOT APPLICABLE should the members of the public choose to deal with the illegal financial service providers.
    Members of the public who participate in the illegal financial activities could also BE CHARGED under the law as abetting the operators of such illegal activities.

    Thus, members of the public ARE ADVISED NOT TO:
    Deal with any of the illegal financial service providers;
    Reveal or disclose personal financial credentials to any of the illegal financial service providers; and
    Involve or associate themselves with any of the illegal financial service providers

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  10. Illegal and Suspicious Financial Entities and Activities
    Members of the public are advised to alert BNM on any illegal or suspicious activities or entities at:
    BNMTELELINK (Bank Negara Malaysia Contact Centre)
    1-300-88-5465 or
    E-mail: bnmtelelink@bnm.gov.my
    Among the illegal financial activities that could be reported to BNM are:
    Illegal Deposit Taking
    Illegal Foreign Exchange Trading Scheme
    Illegal Money Services Business Activities
    Improper Market Conduct or Practices by BNM's licensee
    Misuse of BNM and Senior Officers' Names and Positions
    Other Illegal Financial Activities expressly mentioned in the relevant law and regulations administered by BNM

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  11. Members of the public may also check with other enforcement agencies for verification on related activities:
    Securities Commission (SC) : www.sc.com.my
    Kementerian Perdagangan Dalam Negeri, Koperasi dan Kepenggunaan (KPDNKK) : ww.kpdnkk.gov.my
    Suruhanjaya Koperasi Malaysia : www.skm.gov.my
    Suruhanjaya Komunikasi dan Multimedia Malaysia : www.skmm.gov.my
    Suruhanjaya Syarikat Malaysia : www.ssm.com.my
    Polis Diraja Malaysia : www.rmp.gov.my
    04-258 7588

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  12. How to detect an illegal scheme?
    Members of the public are advised to be careful and not fall prey to these schemes. Be alert and look out for the following common features of these illegal schemes:

    The approach by the operators may have been made by mail, telephone, Internet or in person, but the intention is always the same, that is, to take money from unsuspecting victim for goods or services that they have no intention to provide.
    Schemes which promise interest rates, returns or profits, which are much higher than the returns offered by licensed financial institutions for their deposits.
    The promises of high returns are aimed at attracting the members of the public to participate in the schemes and the investors may not be given copies of any documentation including agreements by the operators.
    There is also no assurance that the operators of such schemes can continue to pay the high returns.
    At the beginning of such schemes, the operators are able to use money received from subsequent depositors to pay high returns or to repay the principal amount to the earlier depositors.
    However, the operators could not invest the deposits in equally or more lucrative ventures or investments and therefore unable to sustain the high returns or repayment promised to their depositors.

    Please note that these schemes will fail eventually when there are no new deposits being continually received by the operators. At such time, the "get-rich-quick" schemes will collapse and the depositors or investors will lose their investments.

    For more example of illegal and suspicious financial entities and activities, please visit Financial Fraud Alert website.

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  13. any fucking big mouth like Nair can comment on this malaysia financial law???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

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  14. If you have so much of information about it then why are they still operating in Malaysia. This just new ways of circulating information. Anyways well done my friend. Every single business out there is someone trying to bring it down. you just another retard siting behind your computer and spearding rumors. Good luck on making people believe it. We have all the documentation with us. You need more that this lim. The government is giving us the full support. We have the video of it. What do you have some stupid information that you have copied from some other website and paste it into this blog.. Well done my friend. Gotcha hahahahahaha

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  15. naresh: dear soon. malaysian goverment action is not fast but it is the best.

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  17. You people just close your eyes and continue doing these scams, just you endanger your life and the people around you. By loosing other people's money, you will not get rich. The promised winners announcement scheduled on 15th September for grand prizes never happened and there will be no more gala dinners for adrows anymore. They are fooling you and you continue to say OK. All top earners in adrows they left adrows and started another same scam !!! isn't it really enough for you to understand what is happening. You will never again see Mr.Colin Hoo the owner of adrows and his marketing adrows directors who were artists only. We are just giving you alerts, don't put your money and life in danger as we did and we lost many times with this group. The decision is yours.

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  18. Don't be too concern on what people are think, just do the right thing. #changeyourhabit #chanceyourlifestyle.

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  19. I suspected my wife of cheating on me but I never had any proof. This went on for months, I didn't know what to do. i was so paranoid and decided to find a solution, i saw a recommendation about a private investigator and decided to contact him. I explained the situation about my wife to him and he said he was going to help me.I gave him all the informations he required and afterwards i received all my wife’s phones Text messages and calls, I was hurt when i saw a picture of my wife and her lover. I feel so bad about infidelity. but i am glad Mr james was able to help me get all this information, you can contact him via email(worldcyberhackers@gmail.com)

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