mface「エムフェイス」情報サイト|MBI MfcClub 被害 換金 最新情報

エムフェイス mface(MfcClub MBI)の投資勧誘の実態をまとめたサイトです。⇒ mface(エムフェイス)は、2011年にマレーシアにて設立された第2のFacebookを目指す“自称”全世界規模のSNS(ソーシャルネットワーキングサービス)。運営法人は エムフェイス・インターナショナル(Mface International)。2012年5月より有料会員クラブ『MFC Club』エム・エフ・シー クラブというMLM(連鎖販売取引)を展開。有料会員は mfaceの「広告権利の購入」名目でお金を投資すれば、“オンライン電子クーポンシステム”(GRCクーポン・Mコイン)等の特典が付き、それらの分割・利殖・換金により確実に資産が増える大富豪輩出システム。数年以内にナスダック上場を目指すとのこと。 親会社は、2009年7月設立のMBIインターナショナル『MBI International Sdn.,Bhd.』会長は Tedy Teow(テディ・ティオ)氏。“自称”グループ総資本額1000億円のホールディングカンパニー。 ~などという謳い文句で投資勧誘する金品配当型のマルチ商法です。

MBIの創設者 - mface違法ネズミ講容疑で逮捕

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張誉友 こと Tedy Teow(テディ・ティオ)容疑者

MBI founder concurrently chairman

MBIの創設者逮捕 違法ねずみ講式販売容疑


国内取引協同組合と消費者主義省(KPDNKK)Datuk Mohd Roslan Mahayudin 執行部長は、
月曜日にケダ州タマンのMBI Desakuの自宅で「50代の男」を逮捕したと発表した。





MBI top official remanded in anti-pyramid scheme probe

GEORGE TOWN: A top official of MBI Group International has been remanded to assist in investigations into an anti-pyramid scheme.  

Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism Ministry (KPDNKK) enforcement chief Datuk Mohd Roslan Mahayudin said the man, in his 50s, was arrested on Monday at a house in Taman MBI Desaku in Kulim, Kedah.  

"The man, believed to be the founder of the Group, has been remanded for four days from yesterday for investigations under the Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Terrorism Financing and Proceeds of Unlawful Activities Act 2001.  

"Operations were conducted at about 6.30am yesterday at three premises believed to be involved in the pyramid scheme Mfc Club or Mface Club under the Group," he told a press conference at the Bank Negara Malaysia office in Light Street on Tuesday.  

Mohd Roslan added that the authorities have frozen four company bank accounts belonging to the suspect's relative, holding funds totalling RM30mil.  

"We have also seized three luxury vehicles and cash during the operations.  

"The value of confiscated items and cash totalled RM2.235mil," he said.  

On May 31, a total of RM177mil in 91 bank accounts was frozen following raids on several locations linked to MBI International.  

A multi-agency team raided the M Square logistics centre in Kuala Lumpur and M Mall, a shopping complex in Penang where shoppers use loyalty reward points in exchange for goods.  

Dubbed Ops Token, the raids were conducted under the Direct Selling and Anti-Pyramid Scheme Act 1993 and led by officers from the ministry, police, Companies Commission of Malaysia, CyberSecurity Malaysia and Bank Negara.

The raids came after the ministry received complaints from the public.

MBI International was earlier red-flagged by Bank Negara for having a questionable financial scheme.  

Members put money into the scheme and get a number of virtual coins in return.  

After an “incubation period” of over a year, they can then convert these coins into points to spend on goods and services at retail establishments under the MBI umbrella, such as M Mall.  

The scheme is said to give substantial returns each year and is believed to be the longest-running financial scheme founded in Penang.

MBI top official remanded in pyramid scheme probe

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