Wilfred Yap helps hawker whose identity was stolen

Yap with Kapitan Kho and the women fast food seller in discussion with an officer of  Companies Commission of Malaysia.

SUPP Public Complaints Bureau (SPCB) Chief Wilfred Yap was recently approached by Kapitan Kho Phek Choo to assist a woman staying at KMC Seven Storey Rental Flats who was seeking advice and assistance after she received a letter from Companies Commission of Malaysia offering to compound her with a fine of RM5,000.00 under the Companies Act  for her allege failure as company director to file in the annual statement of accounts of the company.

The woman had earlier informed Kapitan Kho that she was scared after she received the letter from Companies Commission of Malaysia as she is a just a fast food seller.  She informed that she has never own shares in any company and that she has never been appointed as a director of any company.  The woman have already lodged a police report on the matter.

Following the request for assistance received, SPCB Chief Wilfred Yap assessed  her situation to see what can be done to resolve her problem and  have since together with Kapitan Kho accompanied the women fast food seller to meet up with an officer of Companies Commission of Malaysia to assist her to lodge a formal complaint for a proper investigation.

SPCB Chief, Wilfred Yap will continue to follow up and monitor the situation closely until the predicament facing the woman fastfood seller is completed and the culprit properly prosecuted and charged under the Companies Act and other relevant laws and regulations.

Cases involving identity theft is becoming quite prevalent these days and as assistance to the public, SUPP Public Complaints Bureau is issuing this list on what can be done to protect and prevent your identity from being stolen:-

1. Share minimal personal information on social media;

2. Do not give personal information and photocopy of identity card when dealing with an unfamiliar party;

3. Do not click on any link in suspicious e-mail, messages or website;

4. Set social media account to private mode and only add people you know;

5. Do not be Greedy and stop communicating when a deal is too good to be true.

SUPP Public Complaints Bureau is always ready to lend a helping hand to the anyone facing  problems or who come across problems of public interest but does not know how to deal with it. Anyone requiring assistance can always call SUPP Public Complaint’s mobile number at 016-7797688 or 082-246999 or go direct to SUPP Head Office to request for assistance.

Yap with Kapitan Kho and the women fast food seller in discussion with an officer of  Companies Commission of Malaysia.

Yap with Kapitan Kho and the women fast food seller in discussion with an officer of  Companies Commission of Malaysia.