Berjaya Corporation Berhad ("BCorp" or "Company") has recently discovered an Investment Sharing Group
on an Instagram Sponsored Story. This group claims that BCorp’s Founder & Advisor, Tan Sri Dato’ Seri
Vincent Tan Chee Yioun, is thanking the public for their support and inviting them to join the group.
The group promises free investment advice, sharing of investing experiences, and the opportunity to earn
greater profits in the stock market.
We want to emphasize that our Founder & Advisor has no connection to the alleged Instagram Sponsored Story and does not endorse or participate in any Investment Sharing Group on social media. This is a clear attempt by an unscrupulous third party with malicious intentions to deceive and mislead the public by impersonating our Founder & Advisor.
We strongly advise the general public to exercise caution and refrain from engaging or associating with the alleged Investment Sharing Group and the Sponsored Story on Instagram. BCorp will not be held responsible or liable for any personal or financial losses incurred by individuals or parties as a result of these fraudulent groups and practices.
It has come to our attention that there are several fake social media accounts claiming to be owned
by our Founder and Advisor, Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Vincent Tan Chee Yioun:
We wish to emphasise that Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Vincent Tan Chee Yioun is not associated with or posting on these social media accounts. This is a blatant attempt by third parties to misinform, misconstrue, and spread false information to the general public, and to tarnish the public image of our founder.
We urge the general public to be cautious and avoid associating or interacting with these imposter accounts. If you would like to validate any information about our Founder or the Berjaya Group of Companies, please get in touch with us at email@example.com.
We have recently been made aware of scammers claiming to be recruiters from Berjaya Assets
Berhad Ltd, offering part-time employment through WhatsApp or Telegram via overseas phone
numbers such as +251 90 668 8264.
Please be aware that Berjaya Assets Berhad Ltd. is NOT an associated company of Berjaya Corporation Berhad ("BCorp") or any of its subsidiaries. These scammers are impersonating BERJAYA ASSETS BERHAD in an attempt to dupe the public and they are not affiliated with BCorp in any way.
We would like to reiterate that BCorp and its subsidiaries do not task recruiters to offer part-time employment through WhatsApp or Telegram. We only recruit talents through official channels which are on our Berjaya corporate website, JobStreet, and LinkedIn pages.
Please note that we take this matter very seriously as it involves the security and privacy of our staff and the community. We urge the public to be vigilant and not to engage with these scammers. Please report deceptive messages that you receive on your WhatsApp or Telegram.
BCorp and its subsidiaries will not be held liable and be responsible for any personal losses, financial losses or otherwise suffered by any party or parties arising from such fraudulent activities or negligence.
If you are unsure or have any enquiry, please feel free to verify and reach out to us at https://www.berjaya.com/inquiry.php.
Berjaya Corporation Berhad ("BCorp" or "Company") has recently discovered a fraudulent online
cryptocurrency exchange using the name “BCORPMTRADE”, and falsely giving the impression that the
Company is operating a legitimate online cryptocurrency exchange through
BCorp wishes to highlight that it has no association with the above-mentioned name and website, as well as any affiliation and the exchange purporting to be controlled by the Company, as well as their fraudulent practices and solicitations.
We have reported this fraudulent cryptocurrency exchange to the relevant authorities so that appropriate action can be taken, and would like to warn members of the public to be cautious and refrain from engaging in fraudulent services from companies or individuals impersonating as the Group, its affiliates or the Company’s employees.
Should such activities appear even remotely suspicious, please avoid engaging these types of services or report them to the relevant authorities if you have engaged with them.
We would also like to remind the public to conduct proper research or to approach the Company if they would like to authenticate any information regarding the Company.
BCorp will not be held liable and be responsible for any personal losses, financial losses or otherwise suffered by any party or parties arising from such fraudulent financial services or negligence.
It has recently been brought to our attention that scammers are disseminating WhatsApp messages
posing as Berjaya staff, purportedly offering RM60 daily for supposedly part-time jobs to leave
Google Map Reviews and job vacancies within The Group.
We would like to reiterate and emphasise that Berjaya Corporation Berhad (“BCorp”) and its associated companies do not offer part-time jobs that pay a daily rate or offer services that provide written reviews on Google Maps. Additionally, we would like to remind everyone that BCorp does not recruit talents through messaging services and only through official channels such as the corporate website, Job Street and LinkedIn.
The privacy and security of our staff and community are of the utmost importance, and we are working closely with the relevant parties to resolve this issue. If you have received these messages please report, block and remove the phone number from your WhatsApp.
In future, if you are unsure or have any other enquiries, please feel free to reach out to us by submitting an enquiry at https://www.berjaya.com/inquiry.php.
It has been brought to BCorp's attention that an individual named Dato' Sri Diraja Prof
Abdul Rahman Osman Al-Attas has been circulating a business card bearing the Berjaya
claiming to be the Executive Group Chairman / Advisor of Berjaya Group.
We wish to alert members of the public that there is no person by that name under employment in the BCorp Group. Neither BCorp nor its subsidiaries are involved or associated in any way with this individual.
BCorp will not be liable or responsible for any losses, financial or otherwise, suffered by any party or parties arising from any interactions or dealings with this individual.
Berjaya Corporation Berhad ("BCorp" or “Company”) has recently learned of an email scam
involving persons posing as the Company’s officers using the names Dato Tan Sri Chong
Keith Hunt, and falsely giving the impression that the company names of Berjaya
Bhd and Berjaya Financial Corporation as well as the websites
and https://bfcap.net are affiliated
to the BCorp Group. The modus operandi of the scam
involves solicitations for business investments or business ventures.
BCorp would like to categorically state that it has no involvement whatsoever with the above-mentioned company names, websites and any affiliates and persons claiming to be employees of the company or of BCorp, as well as their fraudulent practices and solicitations.
BCorp has reported this fraudulent matter to the relevant authorities so that the appropriate action can be taken.
BCorp would like to warn members of the public that should they receive email solicitations from anyone posing as the Company, its group affiliates or the Company’s officers that appear even remotely suspicious, they should not respond to these emails or communicate with the sender, nor provide the sender with any personal or financial information.
BCorp would also like to remind the public to avoid clicking on links or opening attachments included in the emails, as doing so may result in malware or a virus being loaded on to the recipient’s computer.
BCorp will not be liable or responsible for any losses, financial or otherwise, suffered by any party or parties arising from such online scams.