A few months back, I came across this headline on the Star:

“Crypto Scam: 80-year old woman loses RM 10.4 million”

It sounds hard to believe.

But these things kept on happening. The only difference is the quantum of loss: RM 10k, RM 100k, RM 1 million and … RM 10.4 million. It happens to all people regardless of background, status or intellect from small traders to businessmen, professionals and of course, retirees.

Why do people keep falling for scams?

Is it due to unsatisfiable human greed? Or, are there more to it?

Mr. Yap Ming Hui, the leading authority in holistic wealth management, shares:

– The key differences between scams and high-risk investments
– Real-world examples of investment scams
– How to identify high-risk investments before it’s too late. Gain strategies to evaluate potential investments and avoid risky ventures
– The 6 critical factors to identify investment scam and protect your hard-earned money
– Understand the devastating consequences that scams and high-risk investments can have on your financial plan

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KCLau
KCLau

Financial educator, author and trainer

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