【最新踢爆】警方調查顯示!JJPTR更本沒被HACK!那5億已經轉去...!李老千這次真的要上車了!

大馬最Hitz新聞     2017-05-19     檢舉

 

 

JJPTR(解救普通人)創辦人李宗聖上月23日宣布,因電腦被駭客入侵導致公司近5億令吉虧損,對此警方表示未發現任何遭駭客入侵的證據。

(吉隆坡19日訊)JJPTR(解救普通人)創辦人李宗聖上月23日宣布,因電腦被駭客入侵導致公司近5億令吉虧損,對此警方表示未發現任何遭駭客入侵的證據。

 

根據英文《星報》引述警方消息指出,該計劃的經營者有可能已經將數千萬令吉轉移到海外戶頭。

調查也發現,該公司(JJPTR)沒有參與任何外匯交易,而一個由警察和國家銀行官員組成的團隊也已經凍結了一些存有數百萬令吉的銀行戶頭。

調查團隊也已經確認實際損失金額為17億3千萬令吉,目前正在試圖找出參與這項投資計劃的實際人數。

警方消息來源也告訴《星報》,國行有可能試圖與國外同行聯手,一同追查資金流向。參與投資人士有的來自美國、加拿大以及中國。

李宗聖和2名助手於本月16日在靈市遭警方逮捕後,警方在當天下午將3人帶往巴生法庭申請延長扣留,並於昨天2度申請延長扣留至今天19日。

 

不過根據《星報》透露,柔佛也接到一宗針對李宗聖的投報,一名20多歲的女子表示,投資4700令吉,至今並沒有得到任何回報。

Cops: JJPTR moved millions overseas

 

LEDANG: Investigations into JJ Poor to Rich (JJPTR) suggest tens of millions of ringgit could have been moved to overseas accounts.

There were no traces that its computers were hacked as claimed by its operator Johnson Lee.

Police sources said investigations did not show the company was involved in any foreign exchange trading (forex).

It is learnt that a team of officials from Bukit Aman and Bank Negara has frozen some accounts worth millions of ringgit.

However, the bulk of the money has since been moved overseas.

The team was also ascertaining if the actual amount lost was RM1.73bil and whether there were actually tens of thousands of victims both locally and abroad.

「There is also a possibility that Bank Negara will try to work with its counterparts overseas to check on the money trail,」 said the sources. They said several reports, including one in Ledang, Johor, have been lodged. 

JJPTR grabbed headlines a few weeks ago when the company claimed that it lost US$400mil (RM1.738bil) to a purported hacking job.

Investors panicked when the 20% monthly interest they were promised was not deposited into their accounts in April.

In Ledang, a woman in her 20s lodged a police report claiming that she did not get her returns after investing in the scheme earlier this year.

Sources said the woman claimed that she had invested RM4,700 in the scheme and received RM840 each month.

It is learnt the woman said she was not involved in money laundering but invested in the scheme to make some fast returns.

Police have since classified the case as Section 420 of the Penal Code for cheating.

Sources said police expect more reports nationwide and overseas, following the arrests of the company’s top officials.