Money game operators thrive as victims fear lodging reports, say politicians 


Oh Seow Pheng

JJ Poor to Rich founder Johnson Lee and his associates were charged with fraud at the Kuala Lumpur High Court last year. But former Selangor assemblyman Ronnie Liu believes Lee has connections in the corridor of power, which accounts for the relatively light charge against him. – Facebook pic, January 14, 2018.

DESPITE losing millions, investors are refusing to spill the beans on money game operators, who continue to operate without fear of the authorities.

There are no statistics of how many people have lost how much through these money games in Malaysia, but it is believed to be nationwide problem.


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  • It is not Johnson Lee and the likes that con the public. A french multinational & a local conglomerate joint venture forced its agents to sell dodgy product (Money MaxSaver) to their family members, relatives & friends. Many customers are attracted by the illustrated rate of return (that is not guaranteed) that the agent purposely avoided to point out. The company provide special training to agents on the "Sales Presentation" - ie - how to con the customers. Read more on scam at changenow083.blogspot.com

    Posted 2 years ago by Chris Ng

  • The biggest crooks in Malaysia are the politicians. They used fronts and proxies to scam the public.Then they abuse their powers to make sure their "kakis" got off lightly.

    Posted 2 years ago by Malaysian First