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Beware of Calls from Mahkamah Shah Alam

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asked on Feb 15, 2017 at 02:15
by   jeff005
Recently there are many postings of calls from Mahkamah Shah Alam for Credit Card Debts.

The Avengers have discovered some sinister motive behind it.

It could be 

1. Identity Theft
2. Identity Alteration
3. Scams

We invite those affected to share their bad experiences here.
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answered on Oct 20, 2017 at 19:20
by   jeff005
The answer is unfortunately
Yes
If they have file a lawsuit in court and have made you a Judgement Debtor. Then only they can apply to court for garnishee order to secure your banking accs. One order for one bank. Not blanket.
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answered on Oct 20, 2017 at 19:29
by   data76
edited Oct 20, 2017 at 19:29
by   data76
 One order for one bank. Not blanket.

Does it mean, if HLB were to file lawsuit, they can only block my HLB accounts? (which i dont have), 
my other bank from CIMB and MBB wont be affected?

EDIT: the guy from the call did mention all bank accounts under my name will be frozen. *gasp*

Thanks
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answered on Nov 17, 2017 at 14:28
by   Denis Tsen
I've just got a call from someone claim to be from Mahkamah Ipoh.

It started out with a voice message, stating I've got a court hearing today and ask me to press '0' to speak to an officer. Without pressing anything, the officer answered the call.

Foolishly, I've given my mom and my IC number for check, they know my full name, surprisingly or not surprised at all. They told me that my mom have no record and then when I gave mine, they told me I owe CIMB credit card with the following details:

"CIMB Cawangan Greentown Perak, Card No. 4811 9679 2734 5818, which is approved on 21 June 2071 with court Satina No. PRK18/12/2017. Amount owing RM26,588.12"

After I told him I do not have any card relating to CIMB, he told me to make a police report, so he asked me to jot down the above details and told me to repeat it. From there, being so silly, I only realized that it might just be a scam.  He even specifically told me how to make the police report and that he will pass the line to the police department.   From there I was convinced that it is a scam and I'm so foolish for revealing information without checking.  Please do not fall for it as I did. Hang up the phone and ask for help from reliable sources first.
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