More Penang folk fall victim to dubious forex trading scheme


Looi Sue-Chern

Bukit Mertajam MP Steven Sim (centre) and forex trading scheme investors, who have lodged police reports after failing to get their money back, at a press conference in Penang, today. – The Malaysian Insight pic, September 10, 2017.

TWO years ago, manufacturing planner Tan (not his real name) came to know Lau, who said he worked at the subsidiary of a forex trading company called RCFX .

He had found out about the 26-year-old Lau via social media before they started to meet at cafes to talk about forex trading – which Tan would end up losing money in.


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  • Don't be greedy. Don't believe any "skim cepat kaya". Greed is an emotion that, not controlled, enabled one to become victims of scams.

    Posted 5 years ago by Malaysian First