An OSA letter to Ekor Suharto owner of International Exelasia Labuan to bring back the RM500 and RM1000 notes to Malaysia. What this money got to do with Exelasia Venture Sdn. Bhd.?
A scam is a scam but the creativeness in the plot is how people are always fooled into parting with their life savings for easy money.
Most investors declare they do not like to gamble but investing in something you do not fully understand the process is like throwing money down the drain. It would have been easier if you had taken your life saving and gamble it in Genting. I am not promoting that place but it is 50/50 risk better than 1% chance of getting your money back from easy money scheme. Plus you need not listen to so many lies to cover each lies.
For the past one year, the 45 members who invested their savings for an offshore scam by Exelasia Venture Sdn Bhd have been fed lies after lies regarding the return of it. The money just simply vanished through the generosity of Lisa Chin Lai Fun, Sansudim Bin Ariffin and George Kurka Anak Maja.
After so many rubber cheques and even declaration of oath to commit the return of funds nothing is on the horizon.
But one interesting story that has everyone fooled has aroused my curiosity to bits. An OSA letter to Ekor Suharto owner of International Exelasia Labuan to bring back the RM500 and RM1000 notes to Malaysia. What this money got to do with Exelasia Venture Sdn Bhd? The answer is NOTHING WHATSOEVER.
So, by giving assurance that the fund from A company will be channeled into B company is too brazen for me to accept. Ekor Suharto or International Exelasia Labuan is not legally in anyway liable to pay any of the 45 investors any money. In the first place, it has nothing whatsoever to do with Exelasia Venture Sdn Bhd.
The next 48 hours will reveal the total loss of LIFE SAVINGS for all 45 investors.