This cunning guy named ‘Jason Tan’ is a trickster! He created a very convincing web site called OnlyinMalaysiaMah.com and even advertised in Google Adwords. If you check out the web site, you will noticed that he included pictures of the Maybank money that he received a day plus ‘his’ PayPal account of money coming in so easily. What’s more? He must have put in fake photos of testimonials and people who have supposedly profited from buying his info product and learn from his secrets.
Since I have bought many info products before and have read and benefited them, I was taken in when I clicked on the Google Adwords advertisement in one of the blogs and went to his web site. This guy over promised and even offered to give ’60 hours of free consultation’ but after paying RM90 or USD26 through PayPal, nothing happens. He did not bother to email the link to download his digital information. This guy is a fake. Don’t ever buy from this web site or be taken in by empty promises.
To me, RM90 can be recovered quickly but for those honest hardworking people, even at an executive level, RM60 is a 9-5 hour job toiling in the office. I don’t know how many people this guy has cheated from his very elaborate and well written web site to con the surfers of their monies. As I have paid by PayPal, I waited for a while before realizing that I have been conned into buying his non-existent info product. He shows pictures of a Mercedes CLK that ‘he owns’, and his Perdana Damansara condominium, supposed bought at 600k and lies of travelling overseas with not 1 but 2 girlfriends. I should have been more cautious as this sounded too good to be true.
So folks, learn from my mistake. Don’t be easily taken in by over promises and pictures of monies rolling into the PayPal account. The pictures can be touched up easily and doctored to look like his own using software. Even the fake testimonials with photos of people who benefited from his program can be easily put together to look convincing and real. And this guy is smart. He used PayPal to accept payment because you cannot request for a chargeback unlike merchant accounts. And he even promised money back guarantee if you are not making money and get to keep his materials. So, I might as well forget about getting back my RM90 and bid farewell to it.