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TERBUKA UNTUK PROGRAM LATIHAN INDUSTRI/INTERNSHIP

Kami daripada Gabungan Persatuan-persatuan Pengguna Malaysia (FOMCA) sedang mencari pelajar Diploma atau Ijazah Sarjana Muda (Degree) yang ingin menyertai kami sebagai pelajar internship/latihan industri sepanjang tahun 2022.

Dalam bidang :
- BUSINESS ADMIN
- BUSINESS MANAGEMENT/MARKETING
- CREATIVE MULTIMEDIA
- ACCOUNT

atau bidang-bidang yang berkaitan boleh juga cuba untuk memohon.

✅ Elaun Latihan turut disertakan.

📍   Tempat bekerja: SS1/22A, Kampung Tunku, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

📧 Sekiranya berminat, sila hantarkan resume anda ke email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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November 25, 2020 9:58 AM
PETALING JAYA: Newly-wed ‘Nellie’ jumped from the balcony of her first floor flat at 3.30am to escape her abusive husband, one week into their marriage.

The 21-year-old emotionally and physically battered bride required surgery, having suffered multiple fractures on four toes in the fall.

She was forced by her family into an arranged marriage on March 14, four days before the movement control order (MCO) was enforced in Malaysia because of the Covid-19 outbreak.

On the first day of the MCO, her husband began beating her. He threatened to hunt ‘Nellie’ and kill her if she tried to flee.

‘Nellie’ was recently discharged from the hospital and is at a Women’s Aid Organisation (WAO) shelter where she is being assisted with case management.

The story of ‘Nellie’ paints a bleak picture of life for women for whom the lockdown of fear and abuse has intensified.

The Covid-19 crisis seems to have brought out the worst of human behaviour with reports of violent offences lighting up helplines.

1 April 2021
PETALING JAYA: The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) is investigating a syndicate suspected of running unlicensed investment schemes promising high returns to prospective investors.

In a statement today, the SC said the syndicate was being investigated for alleged offences under the Capital Markets and Services Act 2007.

It said SC officers raided several of the syndicate’s locations in Kuala Lumpur recently, confiscating their records and devices. Their servers were also shut down.

According to the statement, the syndicate, which also runs two clone firm schemes promising high returns in a short period of time, was believed to have duped hundreds of investors of over RM7 million.

Initial investigations show that the syndicate had been operating the unlicensed schemes since 2016.

SC identified these schemes as:

A job seeker was duped of RM22,000 by a scam after applying for a job. - NSTP/File picSeptember 30, 2020 @ 12:41pm
KUANTAN: All a 26-year-old insurance agent wanted was to apply for a job posted on Facebook but instead he received a strange request to provide his bank account details.

Unperturbed by the demand, the man obliged and the move proved costly as he ended up losing RM22,000 of his savings.

In the incident on Sept 17, the victim noticed a job vacancy post on Facebook and sent a message to a number written on the advertisement to gather details about the job.

Pahang Commercial Crime Investigation Department chief Superintendent Mohd Wazir Mohd Yusof said after some time, the victim received a text message requesting a copy of his MyKad and bank account details.

Source: https://www.nst.com.my/news/crime-courts/2020/09/628478/insurance-agent-loses-rm22000-job-scam