Friday, February 26, 2010

High School in Genting? Co-ed school?

I went up to Genting last Friday with my friends to test their luck hoping to win some cold cash from Uncle Lim's casino. However my point writing this post is that I went to the toilet in First World to let go small water and consequentially caught such sight by surprise which was painted on the toilet's door the cubicle I went in to release my air kencing.(Less details on answering nature's call please)

Could anyone be kind enough to offer me their help me at translating this ancient piece of script for my viewers knowledge and pleasure?

The only word I can decipher from my mandarin illiterate brain is that the message should involve sexy school girls haha....I bet the content would be interesting once the content is encripted into our comprehensible language.

Monday, February 15, 2010

15th:Lee Hyo Li

Google or watch in youtube and get to know more about how her contribution that turns Korea into becoming the next notable entertainment heaven in the world.

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Forwarded Email (Top Scam in year 2009)

Beware of these scams in the market. Don't invest blindly and lost all your hard earned money.

Anything that is too easy to make money is usually a scam.

Read the following interesting collections and be forewarned.

Attached is a good compilation of suspicious business scams.

1. The Cafe Scams

Island Red Cafe & Stevens Corner(strange, both in Pandan Indah) - Island Red Cafe collects members RM6,000 each and promised 5% return every month and even give you a name in the ROC as a shareholder but what's the point when they run away?

Stevens Corner, the famous indian coffee shop follows due to drop of business since their renovation. They collect RM3,000 per member and promise return of RM150 monthly and plans to open nice fanchisee cafe called StevensTeaGarden. Someone mentioned they will make you sign an agreement that give them the rights NOT to pay you anything in future.

If you really wish to join, ask for a copy of their agreement and consult your lawyer BEFORE paying them. Bet you will NOT get a copy. Both collect monies from new members with MLM recruitment schemes and pay the old members like Sunshine Empire.. You never know when they will run away.

2. Sunshine Empire

This licensed and legal Company has an impressive office at the ground level of KUB building along Jalan Yap Kwan Seng, near Menara Public Bank and AmBankBuilding. They also have a showroom office at the ground level in the next building. 3 or 4 months ago, Singapore's Straits Times and The Paper published big news reminding their people to be careful and NOT to believe in them. Hope someone can put up the link or google for it.(As expected, they STOPPED paying back members now and all investors LOST their money).

Someone below has put a link to the Singaporenews. In fact there are more to it. Although Singaporeis investigating them, they did not stop their business as the business is legal and so far, no Singaporean have failed to receive their commissions as promised. Thus, the government cannot stop them yet. The news published that the founder, director and group president is someone named James Phang but he is NOT the owner.

Isn't this quite strange ? At the end of the game, James Phang can just disappear from the Company easily and claimed that he was just "employed". Such trick always happened in scam businesses. Now, the Company has STOPPED paying commissions and interests to members with the excuse that the Singaporegovernment has freezed their bank account while under investigation. Do you think their boss will be so stupid to keep much monies in the bank to be freezed?

They are all transfered away. It's just an excuses not to pay back to members and members are only paid "e-bonus-points" which is cashless. If they wish to convert to cash, they have to recruit new members to pay them cash and the recruiter less out from the amount. So victims act like Vampires and "forced" to victimise other victims if they wish to get their monies back. And their victims will later transform to vampires and the scam carries on....

3. MobilWallet

This Company owned by 2 young men, Stanley & Rey Gan, office in QueensAvenueParkhas collect multi-millions the last 2 years. Claimed that they tied up with Telekoms, Utility Board payment like Water & Electricity bills, even Maybank got fooled by them. Advertisement Billboards everywhere. They STOPPED paying back their members few
months ago and the members cannot do anything because they are made to sign an agreement unaware that they have to claims if the company stopped paying them by CHANGING terms and policies..

4. Water Business - Oxygenated and Alkaline Water Products

Some of these are bottled water and some are filters or equipment that claimed the trick..

One of the better known Company that sold "oxygen" water is SITO (supposed to stand for Selangor International Trading Organiszation and claimed Selangor State Government owned some share in it).. The key person and founder is a Dato Robert Ong from Rawang but his name is nolonger in the business now. Their products are sold for RM2 to RM3 for a 350ml bottle and now concentrating mostly in the Indian market. Their Chinese and Malays market are long gone since a year or 2 ago.

Their customers are made to believe that their water has more oxygen and
able to give miraculous effects for the body. Water is H2O, how to put more
O into it ? Anyone knows how much oxygen do we breathe into our body everyday at FOC ? Latest news is that this SITO Company is going to create new label to market under a new Company since the SITO name has already gone bad. Someone informed that this Company is owing alot of money(due to refunds) to ex-stockists but just refuse to pay them. (Latest news, SITO shifted to another place and their MLM business has closed but planning to start again with a different name, beware!!)

Alkaline Products - Can anyone explain how it can work for the body ?The stomach's gastric liquid is so acidic that water of any pH that goes through it will not make any difference.

5. Car Fuel Booster - K-Link

K-Link, the famous scam MLM Company that sold the footpatch TAKARA,later the "cock-ring" and energy-card launched the patrol-saving pills last year. Got so hot that even grocery shops are selling for them.

Recently many of these cars that used the pills are rushing to the workshops to clean the residual. Few months ago, another MLM Company launched a fuel booster gadget, claimed that saves up to 20% fuel, that is attached to the cigarette lighter. Started off well using binary plan but businese begin to fade now and most users find it NOT effective.

6. Perfumery Products

(eg. Lampe Berger & Bel Air)(more details later). Lampe Berger is not so hot now in the neighbouring countries but there are still new victims every month in Malaysia. Must thanks to those who have contributed and kept the thread alive here in Kopitiam. Bel-Air have closed in Malaysia.

LB is almost zero in Singapore. This perfumery product from Francewith over 100 years history is just bottles and fragrance (check the factory's website) but the Company marketing them in Asiaclaimed "aromatheraphy" products. Hong Kong TVB aired a program that exposed their scam but their members claimed that HK's TVB already apologised to them. Note that the biggest strenght in a MLM Scam is their members will go all way out to lie in order to defend for their Company.

The reason is simple; these members fear that they will not be able to make their money back if the Company collapsed. Knowing that the Lampe Berger products are moving slow, they add a line of skincare products named Estebel, also claime to have over 100 years history in France. (Hardly anymore Chinese newcomers, they are now tapping the Malays in Malaysia.)

7. Energy Products

(eg. stone pendants, bracelets, mattress and pillows). They use all
sorts of gimmicks and demonstration to make you into believing them. They will
do some tricks and demo to prove that these products really produce energy BUT is there any tricks in their demo? So what if there really produce energy; is it good or strong enough to help the body? The effect is actually PLACEBO which I will elaborate in a new thread soon. (More details later.)

8. Hi-Tech Products

Names like bio-tech, nano-tech that claimed millions of dollars of research involved, eg Bio-Young and XKL few years ago. Most of these will claimed a professor behind them (even with name and picture of a person) or used words like "U.S.A. formula", "German Technology" or "Nanotechnology" and no further details (more details later). If you ask for more details like the professor or factory's address, the answer will be "trade secrets".

9. Investment Schemes

SWISSCASH is the King of all. Swisscash is nearly over now but there are many similar and smaller ones that are still on. (Now, it's closed or stopped paying back members.)

10. GoldQuest

This Company that claimed to be HK-based started with some non-value gold-plated coins that are sold for over RM2,000 have several names and changed products several times. QuestVacation, QuestNet, etc. They have several offices in Amcorp Mall, PJ and their key person (in fact, the owner), a Malaysian Indian was arrested last year in Indonesia for having involved in a very big Phillipines scam. Most of their overseas offices are closed or inactive but their Malaysiabusiness is still hot, with
some "energy" products. (Can someone please provide a link which showed the news that their boss was involved in a big scam in Philippinesand was arrested in last year?)

11. Numerogy & Fortune Telling

A Company named Visible is using MLM to sell fortune telling classes using your birthday based on numerology fortune telling. Prpspects will be told that they need to buy a certain "number" between 1 to 9 in the form of pendants or bracelets made of stainless steel and sold from RM600 to RM20,000. Customers, or rather victims are mostly females from rural areas. Very hot in Penangnow and a number of spin-off Companies have started.

12. MJ - Life

MJ-Life - This Company boost of a very big background with many many years of history which is NOT true. Their people or associates may belong in business but nothing to do with their MLM launched recently. Why do I consider it a scam or bad? New members are told to pay a sum of money (up to RM1000) and you get NOTHING for it. You only get a membership can entitle you to enjoy all sorts of special price and
discounts when you have medical check-ups in their centres.. They will claim all those check-ups cost more if done elsewhere. It's not true. Only the naive and those new to medical check-ups will fall victims to them. Most members who paid the money ended up with nothing.

13. Seaweed Venture Scams

1 such Company is located in Taman Maluri, Cheras. They will ask you to invest a few thousands ringgits for their venture of growing seaweeds in East Malaysiaand you are guaranteed returns. To gain your confidence further, they will tell you your investment money is secured by "insurance" or "unit trusts" & "trustees". When you ask for further documents to prove, they will give all sorts of excuses or just ignore you because they know they cannot get you. These Seaweed scam is one of the hottest now, warn all your friends about it before they are victimised.

14. MXM (Previously MGM)

This is a master scam among the younger group, very successful 2 or 3 years ago but since there moved to their big 10-storey office at Phileo Damansara and changed name to MXM, their business dropped. They collect members RM3,000 to RM4,000 with credit card monthly easy payment and in return you get a hospital benefits insurance from Pacific Insurance worth only a few hundred RMs together with some you-don't-need medical check-ups from their associate Company Pathlab. Also talk about fitness, lifestyles bullshit that is all worthless.

15. Gano Excel

This company from the north, a copycat of DXN selling Lingzhi capsules created a new Company called Gano iTouch to cash-in on the internet like e-Cosway after their Company went down the drain since the last 2 years, selling Linzhi and some no-value energy pendants and alkaline water gadgets. They provide free transport every weekend from KL to visit their Alor Star office.

16. NuLife (HK)

This Company started by some HK people has been in Malaysia for more than 10 years but they have flopped in HK and Malaysia due to bad management and a product scam making use of a prosecuted American named Dr Jeffrey Bland, found guilty of false products claim. Since this case in theUSleaked out and many Malaysians found out that the real boss in HK is a Steven Tang (he cheated many Malaysians in another scheme about 20 years ago) their business went down all the way. Now they claim Malaysian partners cheated them and start a new Company in Malaysia. Watch out, this new Company will come out with some investment scheme idea that
will get many to lose their money.

17. Arowana Fish Breeding

Oora from Germany, Biofuel (Kompleks Maluri) etc - These are some newer scams. Arowana fish venture ask you to invest some money and give you fixed return. Biofuel will tell you their Indonesia connections (just like Sunshine Empire before using Taiwan) & Oora from Germany(I never trust those cruel Germans) that market some bio-chips and a gadget that claims to give energy and therapeutic effects of accupunture, tai-chi, yoga, etc depending how you set the toy-like gadget, wear it on your body and you get the effect later.

They could not explain or provide any demonstration to prove their effectiveness. Only doctors and papers claim that I will never trust.The health effect is actually PLACEBO, which I will elaborate in a different thread.

Wednesday, February 10, 2010


Today I came back home from office and got a shock of my life.

All the books in my room all vanished and they are no where to be found but upon further inspection at the crime scene it came to my relieve that it was just part of my family's pre-cny house-keeping. As usual my mom will get the maid to clean our rooms and while at it, she ask the maid to hide all of my books. This apply to all the rooms in the house. Chinese has this taboo that there must not be any books visible on sight during cny because books in chinese is pronounce as "shu" which bears a striking similarity with the word losing. Hence the taboo.

To be reminded that all chinese people are money-minded and on top of that, naturally borned kiasu, so therefore the chinese people would then self-advised to avoid touching any books and it's better if you don't get to see(in sight) them completely, the "evil books", from lurking around during the auspicious month of prosperity. During cny we invite prosperity into our house but not chase them away. Karma if you do that.

Anyway, just for a simple updates. I'm currently reading this book.

Was actually intend to get a book that disclose in brief all the mode of scam available in the market but it was sold out. Damn

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

My 3 sen

On last Saturday, I helped my mom to refill her car fuel at nearby petrol station. She gave me RM50 and I paid them at the petrol station cashier in full sum with intend to fill up the tank to its fullest.

The pump machine( I don't whats the correct term for it) only capable of register RM46.03 as the highest amount payable for my full tank. I was in the midst of rushing to my friends house and without further hesitate I went over to the cashier to collect my balance payment. I tell myself, probably they won't charge me the additional 3 sen since its a trivial amount and the goverment have introduced the "amalan membundarkan setiap bayaran" part of the enchancement of our economy. However, as the cashier cash out, the cash machine indicate they are going to charge me exactly what's stated on the pump machine and the balance return would be RM3.97.

I was dissapointed as I don't get to enjoy a 3 sen waiver but I was fine with it since understood you're suppose to pay for what you've consumed. As the cashier hand over the balance to me and the moment I count the balance returned, I blew my top off.

He gave me RM3.90.


He gave me RM3.90 instead of RM3.97. I was like WTF. Immediately with my frust I rebuked and protested to the cashier for being unreasonable. How can you give me RM3.90 when you are suppose to pay me RM3.97. To be fair, if you don't have 7 sen to return to me then don't charge me 3 sen in the first place. Bloody hell. I almost throw my tantrum but luckily the cashier is co-operative and accede to my request and return RM4 as a compromise or else I don't know what kind of drama could take place.

Thank goodness, I walked away as a happy man and 3 sen richer.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010


Since when Kenny Lee has this secondary job? Sell new product also didn't recommend to his buddies. Sial punya budak.

Anyway, viagra is so twentith century. Now the most in-thing for vitality is PORK!!

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) – Argentina's president recommended pork as an alternative to Viagra Wednesday, saying she spent a satisfying weekend with her husband after eating barbecued pork.

"I've just been told something I didn't know; that eating pork improves your sex life ... I'd say it's a lot nicer to eat a bit of grilled pork than take Viagra," President Cristina Fernandez said to leaders of the pig farming industry.

She said she recently ate pork and "things went very well that weekend, so it could well be true."

Argentines are the world's biggest per capita consumers of beef, but the government has sought to promote pork as an alternative in recent years due to rising steak prices and as a way to diversify the meat industry.

"Trying it doesn't cost anything, so let's give it a go," Fernandez said in the televised speech.