[A Robert Chaen Investment Series]

Many  victims lose thousands to millions to illegal investments in Asia and in the West. Scams are everywhere, from small towns to big cities. Some scams are so infamous such as the “Nigerian Scams”, “Macau Scams”, and the sweet talking “Love Scams”.

If you are a victim of a scam or know of a connection who had been scammed, take courage to report the scam to the local Police and local news dailies – in order to prevent others from being scammed.

6 Steps How to Protect Yourself as a SCAM Whistleblower, Make a Police Report, and Connect with a News Editor:

Step 1: Gather as much evidence, website and social media pages, contact details of company representatives.

Identify the unethical damages the scam makes e.g. cult-like isolation, brainwashing, weird beliefs, scam leaders’ excessive lifestyle (private jets, luxury cars, high end products), mind control, weird practices, rape, sexual harassment, marriage failures, excessive bullying, violence, punishment, apostate persecution, surrendering money and property, investments, etc.

Step 2: Study the modus operandi how the scam works.

Step 3: Identify the logical fallacies why people fall for this scam.
One of the most common logical fallacies is there are famous celebrities or public figures who unknowingly or unsuspectingly endorse such scam artists.

Step 4: Get as many victims to make a Police Report as an individual whistleblower.
When there are more victims making police reports they can’t ignore the scam.

Step 5: Make a Whistleblower Complaint to Security Commission, or the relevant authorities. Follow up closely.

Step 6: Connect with an relevant Business News Editor, show the Editor the Case Reference Number and Police Report. Give the Editor at least 3 scam victims who are willing to talk and whistleblow. Follow up closely.

NOTE: The news daily will protect your identity as long as they can record the interview session as evidence. If you are unwilling or too scared (you shouldn’t be) to be recorded, the journalist will not be able to write your case story.

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NOTICE: The above SCM It is illegal to raise Pre-IPO funds/shares as stated by Security Commission Malaysia, and other Security Commissions of other countries.

Written by:
Robert Chaen is an Investigative Journalist on capital market industry, ecommerce, scams, and cults. He is CEO of ChangeU, Biting Pen (Whistleblower EPlatform) and Robren Mega EMall.

Robert Chaen’s Biodata: https://tinyurl.com/y3jh6uxe

Published: 4th August 2020.


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