Only jail for Zhang Jian, the ‘future richest man in the world’…

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UFun: Is Zhang Jian involved?

11 June 2017

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Greed not paying for Zhang
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 The ‘future richest man in the world’ – the alleged mastermind behind several get-rich-quick schemes in the region – is set to face legal action in China.

ZHANG Jian, founder of money game scheme YSLM and the self proclaimed “future richest man in the world”, was arrested in Indonesia, finally.
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Zhang and his team recently brought a virtual currency called wuxingbi into Malaysia, and in the name of Zhang Jian Jewelry, continued with its donating spree that subsequently triggered the controversial question whether his donation should be accepted by independent Chinese high schools in the country.

After his release from a Phuket prison, Zhang went on with his usual tactic of bribing government officials and counterfeiting identification documents to move around South-East Asia. That nevertheless would not stop him from running his money game business by manipulating the wuxingbi scam through WeChat, smartphone and the Internet while staying largely out of the public eye.

His YSLM has sucked up 600mil yuan (RM380mil) of public funds in China, while his wuxingbi is actually another virtual coin scheme operating on a people-get-people model.

Read more at http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2017/06/11/greed-not-paying-for-zhang-the-future-richest-man-in-the-world-the-alleged-mastermind-behind-severa/#srzZJCDRpRqPMD4J.99

7 June 2017

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6 June 2017 | MYT 11:16 PM

Game over for `Future richest man’ Zhang Jian

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Indonesian police has arrested the infamous head of an international multi-level marketing scheme Zhang Jian and sent him back to China. Zhang, whose real name is Song Miqiu, is suspected to have masterminded multiple pyramid schemes involving at least 600 million yuan (88.2 million U.S. dollars).

Read more at http://www.thestar.com.my/videos/2017/06/06/game-over-for-future-richest-man-zhang-jian/#OHTCDRiHgC4a7Mk5.99

6 June 2017

According to major Chinese dailies, Zhang’s multi-level marketing company is said to be making a comeback in Malaysia by organising several dinners recently.

Read more at http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2017/06/06/1000-show-up-for-future-richest-man-banquet/#Whr7pUZTLf61F9sh.99

6 June 2017

1,000 show up for ‘future richest man’ banquet

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BUTTERWORTH: About 1,000 people turned up for a charity dinner said to be organised by Chinese national Zhang Jian – the self-proclaimed “future richest man in the world”.

Members who attended the dinner at Chai Leng Park on Sunday were promised a RM1,000 incentive, provided they sported the “right look”.

It was said each person had to pay RM200 for the dinner, with only those who dyed their hair yellow or gold allowed to enter.

Most of the diners arrived in non-Penang registered vehicles, while some showed up in chartered buses.

Reporters were barred from entering the community hall to cover the dinner.

Zhang was, however, not seen at the dinner.

In April, he also allegedly organised similar charity dinners in Johor Baru, Kuala Lumpur as well as in Sabah.

Read more at http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2017/06/06/1000-show-up-for-future-richest-man-banquet/#Whr7pUZTLf61F9sh.99

2 Jan 2017

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MLM under ‘future world’s richest man’ back in limelight

January 2, 2017

Zhang Jian’s company organises “charity event” and features posters of the multilevel business founder, who allegedly operated business illegally in 2014.

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PETALING JAYA: A man who once proclaimed himself as the “future richest man in the world” has seemingly revived his multi-level marketing business in the country, the China Press reported yesterday.

According to the daily, sources revealed that a “charity event” organised by Chinese national Zhang Jian’s company, YSLM, which stands for “Yun Shu Mao”, was held at a hotel in Selangor on Dec 29.

The event also featured posters similar to the huge signboards with Zhang’s image that were hung in Penang in 2014.

The local vernacular daily reported that the event was attended by hundreds of Chinese nationals and that 150 cars had been presented as gifts, or incentives, to YSLM members.

Neither the name of the hotel nor Zhang’s exact whereabouts were disclosed, however. He was last reported to be in Thailand.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2017/01/02/mlm-under-future-worlds-richest-man-back-in-business/


中國報獨家:“未來世界首富”張健在大馬的雲數貿公司東山再起?
詳細報導翻閱明日《中國報》/中國報新聞網

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http://www.kwongwah.com.my/news/2015/04/23/1.html
为了掩人耳目,据传张健在泰国进行易容手术后,将身份改成泰国人阿蒂。

“International”

http://www.kwongwah.com.my/news/2015/04/23/1.html
In order to avoid suspicions, according to Zhang Jian in Thailand for disguise after surgery, change the status to Thailand who Artie.

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■ 为了掩人耳目,据传张健在泰国进行易容手术后,将身份改成泰国人阿蒂。

(曼谷22日综合电)泰国警方过去两周来,大举扫荡优趣集团(简称UFun),案情发展至今,逮捕了8人查办,其中5名为泰籍,另3人是马来西亚籍,并揭发这间非法金字塔传销公司受害者多达12万人,涉款金额估计高达380亿泰铢(约42亿令吉)。

在8人遭警方拘留后,泰国警方正通缉优趣集团高层人员阿蒂(Arthit Pankaew),一名被指疑是张健化身的人物。

泰国警方早前发现,被指是泰国优趣集团执行人的阿蒂,实际是大马国籍人士,但不久前是以泰国身份证来注册泰国优趣集团。

根据泰国公共广播公司最新跟进报道指出,泰国总警长助理苏维拉中将表示:“有报告指出,阿蒂真实身份其实是一名中国籍男子,中文名叫张健。”

为了掩人耳目,张健更在泰国进行易容手术以改头换面,彻底将身份改成了阿蒂。苏维拉表示,泰国警方目前已与大马方面进行接洽,以确认嫌犯阿蒂的真正身份。

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(Bangkok 22 Reuters) – Thai police in the past two weeks, raids against superior Fun Group (UFun), the merits of the development so far, investigating the arrest of eight people, including five named Thai, Malaysian and the other three people, and expose This illegal pyramid scheme company up to 12 million victims, the amount of money involved is expected to reach 38 billion baht (about 4.2 billion ringgit).

8 people were detained in the police, the Thai police are hunting gifted Fun Group senior staff Artie (Arthit Pankaew), an alleged suspect is Zhang Jian incarnation of the character.

Thai police earlier found interest group accused Thailand excellent executor of Artie, the actual Malaysian nationality, but not long ago is excellent Thai Thai ID card to register interest group.

According to the Thai Public Broadcasting’s latest follow-up report noted that Thailand will Suwei La assistant police chief, said:. “There are reports that Artie true identity is actually a Chinese man, Chinese named Zhang Jian”

In order to deceive the public, Zhang Jian turned to cosmetic surgery in Thailand, and adopted the identity Atty or Artie. Su Weila said that the Thai police has approached the Malaysian police, in order to confirm the true identity of the suspect Artie.

Thai news: ‘World’s Future Richest Man’ arrested in Thailand!

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WAS ZHANG JIAN ASKED TO LEAVE THE TEMPLE?
Star

Monday November 3, 2014 MYT 8:17:21 AM

Millionaire ousted from temple

SELF-proclaimed millionaire Zhang Jian left the temple in Thailand, where he was undergoing a 100-day temporary ordination programme, after being reprimanded by an elder monk for persuading other monks to join his get-rich-quick scam.

China Press reported that the Chinese national had also shown off his wealth by bringing 25 bodyguards to serve him and placing a massage chair in his room during his stay at the Wat Charoen Samanakit in Phuket since July.

The 37-year-old Zhang – whose real name is Song Miqiu – left the temple on Sept 9 without completing the programme.

A week later, his assistants took away the massage chair but did not return Zhang’s monk’s robe to the temple.

(普吉島1日訊)張健出家化緣,卻天天有至少25個保鑣近身服侍,幫忙托缽;他出家卻不忘氣派,看在其他僧侶眼裡,深感有辱佛門!http://www.chinapress.com.my/node/573724

(1st Phuket Thailand) Zhang Jian became a monk begging, but every day there are at least 25 bodyguards close to serve, to help beggars; he became a monk but not forgetting style, look in the eyes of other monks, deeply insulting to Buddhism! http://www.chinapress.com.my/node/573724 (Translated by Bing)
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Zhang, 26, has reportedly been in Phuket since early August attending a 100-day temporary ordination programme at a temple.

But sources claim he quit half way because the temple was packed with his followers daily and that he attempted to recruit devotees to join YSLM.

It was said that Zhang donated 3.9 million baht to the temple after his company’s revenue hit the RM50 billion mark (S$19.4m).

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 (普吉島31日訊)“未來世界首富”兼雲數貿創辦人張健早前在泰國短期出家,卻六根未淨,不改排場,遭該寺廟長老斥責后不辭而別,最終被警方逮捕。http://www.chinapress.com.my/node/573522
Phuket Gazette

Multi-billion-baht pyramid scheme magnate arrested in Phuket

In the Bangkok arrests, police seized cash in various currencies worth nearly 1mn baht in total, five Phuket land sale contracts worth 22.3mn, two Phuket land title deeds, Ms Wang’s bank account holdings of 1.5mn baht and the suspects’ fake Thai ID cards.

While arresting Mr Geng in Phuket, police seized 5mn baht cash in various currencies, nine land title deeds worth 200mn baht, gold ornaments worth 2.2mn baht and three cars, as well as his fake Thai ID card.

Four of the deeds were for houses in Rawai and two were for hillside houses in Phuket Town.

Mr Geng was flown to Bangkok, where he and his compatriots were presented to the press yesterday at a conference led by national police chief Gen Somyot Pumpunmuang.

Mr Zhang, who also went by the name Song Miqiu, was known in Phuket as Supachai Rujjathon, the name on his fake Thai ID card. Likewise, Mr Geng went by the name Surin Sophonsuksan and Ms Wang was known as Pachuachio Saeyang.

Raids on other homes in Rawai owned by Mr Zhang uncovered three other Chinese nationals, as well as four Sri Lankans hired to guard the suspects and their properties.

A source told the daily, Thai police were surprised to find such a huge amount of valuables in the house, including cash, jewelleries, land titles and bank passbooks.
They were kept in a safe as big as a refrigerator
 
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‘World’s future richest man’ arrested with valuables worth RM50m

PETALING JAYA: The “world’s future richest man”, Zhang Jian, was found to be in possession of RM50 million worth of valuables when police arrested him at his posh mansion in Phuket on Monday.

Apart from arresting Zhang, 37, a Chinese national whose real name is Song Miqui, police also detained his assistant Gen Lianbao in the raid on the mansion. Police later picked up Zhang’s wife Wang Wenfang (Yoyo), 29, in Bangkok.

The report said as the trio were in possession of huge amount of cash and fake travel documents, the Thai police are investigating them for money-laundering and falsification of travel documents.

There was a safe as big as a refrigerator to keep his valuables inside the villa, estimated to hold some 200mil baht (RM20mil).
Star

Friday October 31, 2014 MYT 6:30:17 AM

‘Future richest man’ offers money to policemen who nabbed him

CHINESE national Zhang Jian, the self-proclaimed “future richest man in the world”, made numerous attempts to bribe police officers who raided his villa and arrested him in Phuket, Thailand, reported The China Press.

Zhang was said to have openly offered several police officers money when they found more than RM50mil in cash, jewellery, land deeds and bank accounts during the raid.

Zhang was said to be calm when the police arrived, but later became uncooperative, questioning why the officers were arresting him.

He offered money to the officers several times, but no one entertained him.

Bangkok newspaper The Nation reported that Bangkok police also arrested Song Miqui, 37, and Wang Wenfang, 29, at a condominium in Pathumwan on Monday and seized cash in various currencies.

The authorities have also seized five Phuket land sale contracts worth 22.3 million baht, two Phuket land title deeds, the 1.5 million baht in Wang’s bank account and the suspects’ Thai identification cards.

A China national, who calls himself the “future richest man”, arrested in Thailand

The man who made headlines in July after proclaiming himself the “future richest man in the world” on billboards in Penang has been arrested by Thai police.

Chinese national Zhang Jian was nabbed for allegedly swindling people in China and Malaysia of six billion baht (S$233 million) and three billion baht respectively.

Zhang, 26, has reportedly been in Phuket since early August attending a 100-day temporary ordination programme at a temple.

But sources claim he quit half way because the temple was packed with his followers daily and that he attempted to recruit devotees to join YSLM.

It was said that Zhang donated 3.9 million baht to the temple after his company’s revenue hit the RM50 billion mark (S$19.4m).

 (吉隆坡29日訊)《中國報》探悉,泰國警方前往泰南普吉島1間豪華別墅逮捕張健時,搜出值約5000萬令吉的財物;張健曾當場多次試圖以金錢賄賂泰國警員,后者卻不為所動,張健只好束手就擒!

http://www.chinapress.com.my/node/572986

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自稱“世界未來首富”的雲數貿創辦人張健及其中國籍妻子“Yo Yo Wong”據傳在泰國落網。

The self-proclaimed “world’s richest” cloud number trade founder, Zhang Jian and his Chinese wife, “Yo Yo Wong” legend in Thailand were arrested. (Translated by Bing)
『未来世界首富』泰国落网!28/10/2014
未来世界首富张建与妻子摇摇王,已在泰国被逮捕了!
他们是在 phuket, thailand 泰国普吉岛上车^^!
警方在现场查获大量现金, 与5民马来西亚籍公民,全部都被扣留!
三人涉案金字塔诈骗被捕,犯罪集团在马来西亚及中国骗取超过90亿。单单中国就有超过10万受害者涉案金额超过60亿!受中国通缉后逃到马来西亚继续诈骗,据悉受害者在8万人以上,后在马来西亚吸金30亿受检举逃进泰国继续犯案。
上,后在马来西亚吸金30亿受检举逃进泰国继续犯案。

Thai news: ‘World’s Future Richest Man’ arrested in Thailand!

Despite the news of the arrests in the Thai press, YSLM charity wing chairman Datuk John Lee Kim Tian laughed off the reports when contacted by The Rakyat Post.

“I just spoke to Zhang. There is no such thing.”

http://www.therakyatpost.com/news/2014/10/28/worlds-future-richest-man-arrested-thailand/

Local representative laughs off report of arrest and seizure of assets in Thailand

UPDATED: Oct 28, 2014 10:58pm

‘World’s Future Richest Man’ arrested in Thailand?

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A billboard in Malaysia featuring the ‘World’s Future Richest Man’. The Thai press is claiming he has been arrested by Thai police. — TRP file pic

The “world’s future richest man”, Zhang Jian, was apparently arrested in Thailand, according to the Thai media.

According to The Nation and Khaosod English, two Thai news portals, the Royal Thai Police arrested three members of a Chinese gang which had allegedly scammed 6,000 million baht (RM605 million) from thousands in China, Malaysia and Thailand.

The Nation today reported that the gang had convinced more than 100,000 people to invest and paid them “returns” from the investments of new entrants, which were not actual profits.

The scheme, launched in June and named Yum Shu Mao, drew the suspicion of the Thai officials after the company had set up a branch in Southern Thailand in the same month, the reports said.

The police were granted arrest warrants for the three alleged operators, Song Miqiu, Gen Lianbao and Wang Wenfang, after it had presented evidence to a Phuket provincial court.

According to the Chinese press in Malaysia, Song Miqiu is Zhang’s real name.

Khaosod English reported that the three were arrested in a Pathumwan condominium on Monday, with police seizing assets worth 240 million baht in total and their Thai identification cards.

http://www.therakyatpost.com/news/2014/10/28/worlds-future-richest-man-arrested-thailand/

Star

October 28, 2014 MYT 10:29:40 PM

“World’s future richest man” arrested in Phuket

BANGKOK: Chinese national Zhang Jian, the self-proclaimed “future richest man in the world”, has been arrested in Thailand.

According to Thailand daily The Nation, he was arrested by local police over a pyramid scheme that reportedly duped people in China and Malaysia out of 6bil bhat (RM600mil) and 3bil bhat (RM300mil) respectively.

Police are looking for Thais who may have been caught in the scheme, which was launched in June.

They also seized assets from the three worth 240mil bhat (RM24mil) in total.

The daily also reported that Bangkok police arrested Song Miqui, 37, and Wang Wenfang, 29, at a condominium in Pathumwan on Monday and seized cash in various currencies worth nearly 1mil bhat (RM100,000) in total, five Phuket land sale contracts worth 22.3mil bhat (RM2.3mil) two Phuket land title deeds, Wang’s bank account with 1.5mil bhat (RM150,000) in it, and the suspects’ Thai ID cards.

http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/10/28/world-future-richest-man-arrested-in-thailand/?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

中國報明日頭條:自稱“世界未來首富”的雲數貿創辦人張健,因涉及非法傳銷活動,偕中國籍妻子“Yo Yo Wong”被國際刑警及泰國警方聯手逮捕!離開大馬已數個月、並在泰國出家修行的張健,是因涉及非法傳銷活動,在泰國清邁落網。警方逮捕張健時,除了起獲大量現金,也扣查5名大馬籍公民作進一步調查。附視頻:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ipmgOkCsADg

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他說張健還是自由身,你們認為呢?>.<(馬六甲28日訊)針對“未來世界首富”張健被泰國傳報導落網,未來世界首富慈善基金會主席拿督李金殿今晚仍在強調:“無此事!”
他還指,張健是在8月29日剃度,截至12月8日滿100天,屆時他們會為他大事慶祝。
李金殿今晚受詢時告訴《中國報》,張健昨晚仍和他透過微信聯繫,還強調後者至今仍是自由身。

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中國報訊:昨日在泰國清邁落網的雲數貿創辦人張健及其同伙,被指涉及在馬來西亞及中國兩地,通過非法金字塔傳銷活動,捲走逾9億令吉鉅款。根據泰國《民族報》報導,落網的3名男女分別在大馬及中國,各捲走約30億泰銖(3億令吉)和約60億泰銖(6億令吉),總數超過90億泰銖(9億令吉)。落網的3人,分別是宋密秋(37歲,互聯網流傳的張健真名)、王文芳(譯音,29歲,張健妻子Yoyo),及曾連寶(譯音)。

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Zhang Jian-linked CDTUP International Sdn Bhd is charged at the Sessions Court.

Star

Wednesday September 17, 2014 MYT 8:57:28 PM

Direct selling company CDTUP charged with licence breach

SHAH ALAM:  A direct selling company and its director were charged in the Sessions Court here today with breaching licence conditions.

Tan Hong Lim, 24, claimed trial to the two charges brought against CDTUP International Sdn Bhd and another two charges against him.

On the first charge, the company allegedly failed to inform the Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry of its change in address.

On the second charge, CDTUP International is accused of selling goods other than those approved by the ministry under the direct sales licence.

The company allegedly committed both offences at its premises at Blok A-1-G, Setiawalk Shop Lot, Persiaran Wawasan, Pusat Bandar Puchong, Puchong near here around 11 pm on Feb 7.

Meanwhile, the court issued a warrant of arrest against another director of the company, Tee Sok Huei, 25, for failing to appear in court.

http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/09/17/CDTUP-and-director-charged/

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Star

Tuesday September 9, 2014 MYT 7:56:30 AM

Whereabouts of YSLM ‘millionaire’ still unknown

THE whereabouts of self-proclaimed Chinese millionaire Zhang Jian re­main unknown, Oriental Daily reported.

Although the founder of the controversial Yun Shu Mao (YSLM) multi-level marketing business was said to have attended his bodyguard’s wedding in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday night, the company’s charity wing chairman Datuk John Lee Kim Tian refused to disclose the venue.

China Press reported that journalists who were invited to cover the ceremony had boycotted the event due to several restrictions.

Lee, who turned up two hours late at a YSLM branch in Sri Petaling, Selangor, had ordered the reporters to board a bus prepared by the company without disclosing the venue of the ceremony at 8pm.

The reporters, who were also not allowed to bring their smartphones and laptops to the ceremony, decided to boycott the event.

http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/09/09/Whereabouts-of-YSLM-millionaire-still-unknown/

The Star

Tuesday September 9, 2014 MYT 7:47:05 AM

Man held with two homemade bombs

KUALA LUMPUR: Police arrested a man carrying two homemade remote detonating explosive devices outside a workshop here.

The arrest came after a scuffle which saw the man biting a policeman’s arm.

Sentul OCPD Asst Comm R. Munusamy said the man was spotted acting suspiciously in a BMW 3 Series at around 1.30am on Sunday by three policemen who were conducting crime prevention patrols along Jalan Perdana Timur 5, Kepong.

“My men checked the licence plate and found that it belonged to a Suzuki Swift.

“They approached the driver and asked him for his IC but he refused and tried to run away,” he told reporters at the Sentul police headquarters yesterday.

He said the policemen chased the 35-year-old man and a scuffle ensued.

“He bit the arm of one of the policemen before he was subdued and arrested.

“We checked the car and found a bag containing a fake Beretta gun, knife, smoke grenade, flare, and a gold chain,” he said, adding that police also found another bag in the car.

http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/09/09/Man-held-with-two-homemade-bombs-Suspect-bites-policemans-arm-in-bid-to-get-away-fake-Beretta-gun-fo/

A BODYGUARD OF ZHANG JIAN HAS BEEN ARRESTED FOR POSSESSION OF  2 HOMEMADE BOMBS AND FAKE GUNS!

 (吉隆坡8日訊)“未來世界首富”張健的一名華裔保鑣,昨午涉嫌攜帶2枚土製炸彈和假槍“上街”,遭警方逮捕!http://www.chinapress.com.my/node/558886

 (Kuala Lumpur, 8th) “richest man in the world in the future,” Zhang Jian, a Chinese bodyguards, suspected of carrying 2 yesterday homemade bombs and fake guns, “streets”, was arrested by! http://www.chinapress.com.my/node/558886 (Translated by Bing)

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警方在這名來自檳城的嫌犯車上起獲自稱“世界未來首富”的雲數貿掌舵人張健肖像的通行卡,因此將調查嫌犯的背景,以確定他與張健是否有關聯… http://bit.ly/Wxnkav
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Star

Friday September 5, 2014 MYT 8:37:52 AM

Millionaire monk to give bodyguard RM100,000 ang pow

SELF-PROCLAIMED Chinese millionaire Zhang Jian will attend his bodyguard’s wedding ceremony in Malaysia on Sunday, reported China Press.

The founder of the controversial YSLM multi-level marketing business, who is currently a monk at a temple in Thailand, was said to have been given the green light to attend the ceremony.

“He wanted to give a RM100,000 ang pow to his bodyguard personally.”

http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/09/05/Millionaire-monk-to-give-bodyguard-RM100000-ang-pow/

NOT TO WORRY! HE HASN’T ABANDONED HIS BUSINESS EMPIRE. It’s just for 100 days.

It is said that Zhang donated RM394,330 to the temple after his company’s global revenue was said to have hit the RM50bil mark.

Star

Sunday August 31, 2014 MYT 8:32:44 AM

‘Future richest man’ now a monk

Embracing monkhood: Zhang clothed in a garb worn by monks at a temple in Thailand.

Embracing monkhood: Zhang clothed in a garb worn by monks at a temple in Thailand.

KUALA LUMPUR: Zhang Jian, founder of the controversial YSLM multi-level marketing business, has become a monk.

The self-proclaimed Chinese millionaire is undergoing a 100-day temporary ordination programme at a temple in Thailand.

Zhang has been given the Buddhist name “Fo Yun” which means the words of Buddha.

The company’s charity wing chairman Datuk John Lee Kim Tian told China Press that becoming a monk was Zhang’s way of fulfilling the vow he had made.

“Like all monks, Zhang has to beg for alms from the public daily. He will read Buddhist scriptures and clean the temple during free time,” said Lee, who returned from Thailand yesterday after witnessing the ceremony together with some 100 company members.

http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/08/31/Future-richest-man-now-a-monk-YSLM-charity-wing-chief-It-is-a-way-of-fulfilling-his-vow/

《中國報》獨家:(馬六甲30日訊)自“雲數貿”被貿消部列為非法傳銷公司后,在大馬銷聲匿跡的公司創辦人兼自稱“未來世界首富”的張健,日前在泰國一座寺廟剃度短期出家,還獲賜法號“佛雲”!http://www.chinapress.com.my/node/556378

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Star

Home: ‘Richest man’ Zhang donated RM1.2mil to us

Big donation: A banner announcing a press conference on the home's thanksgiving ceremony in Kulim.

Big donation: A banner announcing a press conference on the home’s thanksgiving ceremony in Kulim.

KULIM: A charity organisation here says self-proclaimed “future richest man in the world” Zhang Jian has pledged to donate RM1.2mil to it.

Batu Grace Children Home founder Solomon B.G. Rajanthren said the money was to buy the five houses that are currently being used by the home.

“I’ve already received RM432,000, which was used to buy the first two units,” he told reporters after receiving a mock cheque for the RM1.2mil from CDTUP International Sdn Bhd international marketing consultant Tony Mathavan here yesterday.

The trading company is owned by Zhang, a Chinese national conducting business in Malaysia.

The home has 110 residents, including 89 children and six single mothers.

Home: ‘Richest man’ Zhang donated RM1.2mil to us

AS EXPECTED, ZHANG JIAN DID NOT RETURN TO MALAYSIA, AND WON’T BE RETURNING. Why should he? It’s just a small little country, a small step. The world is his oyster.

The Rakyat Post

Ministry: ‘World’s future richest man’ afraid to show up

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YSLM members attending a briefing at its headquarters in Seri Petaling, Kuala Lumpur, yesterday. YSLM founder Zhang Jian failed to make an appearance.

KUALA LUMPUR July 31:

The “world’s future richest man” Zhang Jian has been asked to appear before the Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry for his statement to be recorded.

Ministry secretary-general Datuk Seri Alias Ahmad said Zhang, who founded YSLM, a controversial get-rich-quick scheme, could claim anything he wanted for now.

“But he must come to Malaysia and meet our officers,” he told The Rakyat Post.

Reiterating that YSLM was an illegal entity conducting illegal activities in the country, Alias said his officers had waited for Zhang to arrive at the YSLM headquarters in Seri Petaling, here two days ago.

“However, he did not show up or was afraid to do so.”

 張健講自己腦子沒有進水,所以不去大馬!(吉隆坡1日訊)“未來世界首富”張健今日終於現“聲”,透過微信視訊通話接受大馬媒體採訪;他表示目前人在泰國曼谷,正忙著將雲數貿打入東南亞市場的工作,短期內不打算來馬來西亞。
記者詢問他何時會回馬來西亞接受國內貿易、合作社及消費部調查或澄清時,他說:“為什麼我要回來(大馬)?我腦子進水了嗎?現在雲數貿在大馬已經非常火紅,難道國際市場不讓我去打嗎?”
他說,大馬只是一個過渡,他真正的目標是放眼全球;馬來西亞只是一個小國,他不會因為這種芝麻綠豆小事,特地跑回大馬澄清。

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“我為什麼要回去?我腦子進水嗎?大馬市場只是一個過渡,我的目標是國際市場,小小的大馬市場有問題,為何要特意回來澄清?就像中國指我們不合法,我們照樣運作,沒有影響我的市場。” ~~ http://bit.ly/1s9xVnq

“Why would I go back? Do I mind? Malaysian market is just a bridge, my goal is the international market, little big horse market issue, why come back took care to clarify? Like China means we are not legitimate, we still operate, didn’t affect the market. ” ~~ http://bit.ly/1s9xVnq (Translated by Bing)

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DID ANYONE GET A REFUND?

雲 數貿傳銷商李金殿披露,由於有人誣賴雲數貿捲走3億令吉,所以,雲數貿準備了3億令吉現款供要求退會的會員領回300令吉會費。“不過,截至週四僅有約 100名會員退會,退會的人太少了,我們準備的現款都派不出去。雖然負面新聞不斷,但反而強化了雲數貿的營業額,過去一個月的新會員增加20至30%。” 此外,當退會者領回退款時,雲數貿的員工也拍下他們領款的照片作證。

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【云数贸转移焦点轰记者(内含短片)】【这是个陷阱】
29号跟媒体透露张健会在30号记者会出现,故意放假消息,
目的是引诱各媒体出席。
老千赖彩云一直知道张健就在泰南丹诺的一间别墅里面。
该别墅是租下来,当作张健临时住所!
【任何媒体都有自己的报道权力】
即使在事情发生前,提早做出猜测的报道也不是新鲜事!
这个泼妇赖彩双不过是借题发挥!
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【赖彩云率众狂轰媒体,自称云数贸是受害者】
【又斥媒体说谎,还挑衅云数贸会员的敌意情绪】
─人民邮报陈伟耀摄─31/7/2014云数贸公司日前广发通知举办记者会,宣称消失已久的创办人张健将会亮相,该消息一发出吸引大批媒体前去采访。
人民,媒体全国人再次被老千欺骗。 因为赖彩双根本就是在放假消息!
殊不知只闻楼梯响,不见人下来,週三時在大城堡舉行的媒體匯報會,不但让众多媒体扑了空,反而媒体成为讨伐大会的对象。云数贸首席传销商赖彩云大声朗读新闻内容,一一数落媒体的不是,煽动会员的情绪,让媒体遭受在场的会员炮轰,让媒体有感生命受到威胁。本文来自人民邮报, 版主增加细节!
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Thursday July 31, 2014 MYT 7:00:11 AM

‘World’s richest man’ offers refunds to MLM investors

Internal matter: Lai (seated, left) and the company's charity wing chairman Datuk John Lee Kim Tian (seated, right) having a discussion with workers prior to the press conference at their office in Kuala Lumpur.

Internal matter: Lai (seated, left) and the company’s charity wing chairman Datuk John Lee Kim Tian (seated, right) having a discussion with workers prior to the press conference at their office in Kuala Lumpur.

KUALA LUMPUR: Members of a controversial multi-level marketing business started by self-proclaimed Chinese millionaire Zhang Jian are entitled to a refund if they quit the scheme, said senior distributor Jessy Lai.

“They have until Aug 14 to cancel the membership,” she said.

“Just bring your identity card, let us take your picture and a video clip stating the reasons you wish to quit, and we will give you the refund on the spot,” Lai told a press conference yesterday.

However, she said the refund would only be given to those who had not introduced any new member to the group.

Yesterday, Lai also refuted media reports that at least 100 people had turned up at the company’s office here to cancel their membership since news about the refund offer was circulated on the Internet before the official announcement.

“We have not received any applications as of now,” she said.

World’s richest man’ offers refunds to MLM investors

沉静3周的云数贸再有新搞作,“未来世界首富”张健宣布,任何感觉受骗的会员,即日起至下月14日可到坐落首都大城堡的云数贸销售分行办理退会手续,立即获得退还最多300令吉入会费!
云数贸大马传销负责人赖彩云解释,退会计算方法是会员入会数额扣除奖金,即会员缴付300令吉入会,期间没获奖金,获悉数退款。
她指出,会员若招揽两名下线会员,已从中获得300令吉奖金,那就无法获得退会费。

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潛匿一段時間的雲數貿創辦人張健發微信通知旗下所有會員:“不信雲數貿的話,今天可以來退款,不過 … http://bit.ly/1n2abfy

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(吉隆坡30日訊)雲數貿會員大退會!因行銷手法被指違法而引來非議的云數貿公司,昨天午夜在面子書上呼吁自覺后悔或受騙的會員,今午可到大城堡辦事處辦理退會手續。http://www.chinapress.com.my/node/547558
更多詳細報導,請翻閱今晚/明日《中國報》!

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An exclusive Zhang Jian interview by CEO of Asia Channel

Mar 19, 2014 – Uploaded by AsiaChannelEntertainment ACE

因为我是云数贸联盟网、云计算门户网站,研发人,创办人,五行系统发明人,兼掌门人。 This is a motivational video and …

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WE THINK THAT OUR GOVERNMENT  OFFICIALS HAVEN’T BEEN DOING THEIR WORK OR HOMEWORK PROPERLY! They can’t even answer the question, “Who is Zhang Jian?”

WHO IS ZHANG JIAN? We  know what he looks like because his photo was all over the place.

Billboard boast: Motorists passing one of the billboards on the Penang Bridge proclaiming Zhang Jian as the future’s richest person. — MUSTAFA AHMAD / The Star

BUT WHAT IS HIS REAL NAME? We are told by the authorities that they don’t know!

Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry secretary-general Datuk Seri Alias Ahmad said investigations into Zhang revealed that Zhang refused to provide his actual name.

Refused? How is that possible?

Didn’t Datuk Seri Alias ask the Immigration Department for the name on Zhang Jian’s passport? Or was Zhang Jian using a passport in the name of Zhang Jian but he is really someone else, perhaps Yun Shu Mao?

“Our investigations showed he has left the country for Taiwan but we believe he will be back soon. When he comes back, we will be ready for him,” he said when contacted.

That is not much of a consolation for the great number of Malaysians who joined up, and are now left in limbo with regard to the money they have invested.

 See Star, Chinese ‘millionaire’ is now in Taiwan

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Chinese entrepreneur Zhang Jian/Yun Shu Mao has conducted his business in Malaysia under CDTUP International and YSLM Malaysia.

The Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry says that his business involved more than RM300,000,000 so how much has he taken out of the country, and how many Malaysians have been left with losses?

NO, ZHANG ZIAN DID NOT RECEIVE THE 12TH WORLD OUTSTANDING CHINESE AWARD.

World outstanding Chinese Award

Objective

In order to commend the global Chinese to Chinese society and to the national contribution and influence, to unity and encourage more Chinese love of the motherland, through participation in social welfare undertakings, promote China Harmonious development and progress and people all over the world.
RUN THROUGH THE LIST BELOW AND YOU WON’T FIND HIS NAME ON IT.
The twelfth session of the world outstanding Chinese
The first Chinese in 1957 by the Nobel prize in Physics Li Zhengdao Professor
American Professor of Asian center founder Su Qishen Shi Danfu University
The founder and President of Hongkong Shue Yan University President Zhong Qirong
The international well-known Chinese tenor Mowarren Mr.
Taiwan The seventh legislator Mr. Wu Yusheng
International Superstar Andy Lau Dr.
CPPCC member Dr. Li Guoqiang
Guangdong Liao Rong provincial CPPCC Standing Committee is Dr.
Tsinghua art friends of science and Technology Culture Development Co. CEO Dr. eight Si Ba
CPPCC member Dr. Chen Zesheng
Dr. Hongkong Association mold technology vice chairman Chen Jianguang
Dong Bao Group founder and CEO Chen Zhengyu and Dr.
Dr. Zhu Ping chairman of crown and Group Co. Ltd.
Shenzhen city CPPCC member Dr. Fan Rongzhang
The chairman Dr. Liu Jincheng Shanghai Qiao Jiang Trading Co. Ltd.
The chairman Dr. Li Guozhu Lin really Consultants Limited
The new natural foundation President Dr. Su Yukang
Guangdong Heyuan city CPPCC member Dr. Li Mouren
Dr. Yu Fengguang of Shenzhen Luohu District Committee of the CPPCC Standing Committee
Director Dr. Wen Guozhu Yong Dong Zhi Ba Management Co. Ltd.
CEO Dr. Tang Wenliang Ji Hui Group Co., Ltd.
Oriental watch Holdings Limited chairman Dr. Yang Mingbiao
http://www.88dict.com/archives/1331830/
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光华日报 Kwong Wah Yit Poh
“未来世界首富”张健荣获“第12届世界杰出华人奖——慈善博士荣誉”?
不过主办单位世界华商投资基金会的驳斥,澄清第12届世界杰出华人奖得奖人,并没有张姓人士!

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NO, CONTRARY TO WHAT HE HAS CLAIMED, ZHANG JIAN HAS NOT BOUGHT THE CREST IN JALAN SULTAN ISMAIL, KUALA LUMPUR!

The Crest is a luxury building of 25 storeys in Jalan Sultan Ismail.

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The SKN Group denies that they sold it to Zhang. Its administrative manager David Saw says that they had never signed any sale and purchase agreement with Zhang.

For details, see:
NST, Latest antic from China “millionaire” Zhang Jian
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http://www.nst.com.my/node/11292)

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Star

Thursday July 10, 2014 MYT 7:04:22 AM

Authorities raid third office under MLM scheme

Thorough check: Ministry personnel raiding the branch office in Sri Petaling.

Thorough check: Ministry personnel raiding the branch office in Sri Petaling

PETALING JAYA: Another branch office of the multi-level marketing schemes run by self-proclaimed Chinese millionaire Zhang Jian in Sri Petaling was raided by authorities.

However, the company headquarters in Setia­walk, Puchong, had reopened despite being raided only a day before.

http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/07/10/Authorities-raid-third-office-under-MLM-scheme/

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CDTUP boss urged to show up to assist investigation

Alias told Sin Chew Daily that since CDTUP’s illegal operation in the country has involved amounts in excess of RM300 million, the government would probe the company under three laws, namely the Direct Sales and Anti-Pyramid Scheme Act 1993, the Penal Code and the Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorism Financing Act 2001.

He pointed out that other than the domestic trade ministry, the police and Bank Negara wold also investigate this case under the Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorism Financing Act 2001 to identify the source of large sums of money involved in this scam.

“We have not set a deadline for Zhang to show up, but he must do so in near future or the government will take actions against him, including arresting him with the help of the Interpol.”

http://www.mysinchew.com/node/99733

FINALLY,  THE AUTHORITIES ACT!

The Rakyat Post reports that the Penang branch and HQ at Setia Walk in Jalan Puchong were already closed down after raids conducted by the ministry today.

“Among items confiscated were motorcycles, exercise machines, laptops, cutlery sets, photos and clothes.”

http://www.therakyatpost.com/news/2014/07/08/two-branches-worlds-richest-mans-office-raided-items-seized/

随着国内贸易与消费人事务部昨日宣布“云数贸”为非法公司后,周二派员到位于蒲种的云数贸总部调查,并充公所有产品。
在贸消部展开“查封”行动的前后,有数名可疑人士徘徊远观,并拍摄在店外等候的媒体。

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自稱“世界未來首富”的雲數貿創辦人張健,目前已離開馬來西亞, 鄰居說,看見張健拿行李出門 ~~ http://bit.ly/1rLmaFz

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WHAT KIND OF BUSINESS IS IT?

This man, Zhang Jian, is said to be Yun Shu Mao.

Kwong Wah Yit Poh reported that the Selangor Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Department had started to investigate Yun Shu Mao under the Direct Sales and Anti-Pyramid Scheme Act 1993 five months ago.

Billboard boast: Motorists passing one of the billboards on the Penang Bridge proclaiming Zhang Jian as the future’s richest person. — MUSTAFA AHMAD / The Star

Multi-level Marketing? Illegal Deposit Taking? Money Lending? Or?

By merely investing RM300, investors are guaranteed an income of between RM2,700 and RM6,800 per month – without lifting a finger.

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MORE FEET DRAGGING BY THE AUTHORITIES!

IT’S BUSINESS AS USUAL. THE AUTHORITIES SAY THAT THEY WILL ACT but it is still all talk, no action.

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Items for sale: One of the company’s workers showing members some of the products available for purchase in Kuala Lumpur.

Items for sale: One of the company’s workers showing members some of the products available for purchase in Kuala Lumpur.

WHEN?

In Penang, the Star went to Yun Shu Mao’s office in Tavoy Road and found that the business was operating as usual. The Penang Municipal Council said Zhang has been operating his business activities on the island without a licence.

The council’s public health and licensing alternate chairman, Ong Ah Teong, said the operator of Yun Shu Mao in Tavoy Road could be fined RM250 for the offence.

In KL, the Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism Ministry says that the firm has no operating licence from the ministry but asks the public to lodge police reports.

http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/07/08/MLM-scheme-an-illegal-set-up-Ministry-to-seal-premises-if-there-are-activities/

The Star reports that at Setiawalk in Puchong, where the firm has its HQ, business is as usual (that is, booming!)

The attractions of the firm lie in 3 areas:
1. A member can recoup his initial investment of RM300 with just two people under him.
2. You get the member price for the products, and you can sell those at the market price to others.3. You can get free meals at cafes and restaurants owned by the Chinese businessman.

For details, read Business as usual at MLM HQ
http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/07/07/Business-as-usual-at-MLM-HQ-Office-filled-with-members-confident-in-reaping-rewards-of-scheme/

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Star

Monday July 7, 2014 MYT 7:32:39 AM

Zhang Jian’s company not registered with DSAM

Talking point: Chong (second left) highlighting the Zhang Jian controversy at a press conference. With him are (left to right) DSAM vice-president Sam Cheong, Ng and honorary secretary Tan Chong Guan.

Talking point: Chong (second left) highlighting the Zhang Jian controversy at a press conference. With him are (left to right) DSAM vice-president Sam Cheong, Ng and honorary secretary Tan Chong Guan.

KUALA LUMPUR: The Direct Selling Association of Malaysia (DSAM) has confirmed that it received several complaints against the company associated with controversial Chinese entrepreneur Zhang Jian.

According to DSAM president Frederick Ng, the complaints had been forwarded to the Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Cons­umerism Ministry.

“The information in the company’s website seems to give the impression that it was operating a multi-level marketing scheme. However, the company is not a registered member of DSAM,” said Ng.

Founded in 1978, DSAM has 65 registered members who account for 45% of direct selling products in the country with annual sales amounting to some RM11bil.

Under the Direct Sales and Anti-Pyramid Schemes Act 1993, a person or company can face a maximum fine of RM10mil or five years jail if found guilty of promoting or conducting a pyramid scheme.

http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/07/07/Zhang-Jians-company-not-registered-with-DSAM/

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THE FOLLOWING IS WHAT WAS FOUND ON TWEETER.

Assalamualaikum, Ini website saya Jom join projek billionaire Zhang Jian

These are the details when you click on the link:

Assalamualaikum, Ini website saya  
Jom join projek billionaire Zhang Jian untuk jadi orang terkaya di dunia, beliau menyediakan 10,000 BMW kpd rakyat Malaysia bg mencapai orang terkaya di dunia pada 2015. Tel,Whatsapp 013 2864786

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The Rakyat Post

Journalists get warning of ‘something bad’ happening over negative Zhang Jian reports

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Zhang Jian’s YSLM members protesting against the negative news reports made against China’s ‘youngest millionaire’ at Setiawalk in Puchong today. — TRP pic by Arif Kartono

KUALA LUMPUR, July 5:

Reporters covering a function were cautioned that “something bad” could happen to them over their negative reports about a self-proclaimed “youngest self-made millionaire” from China.

A female worker of the Chinese national insinuated about the repercussions when approached by a journalist, alluding to members of a company operated by the businessman, Zhang Jian.

“Our members are good people, but we also have not-so-good ones among them who may be offended by the reports,” she said.

The function at Zhang Jian’s office at Setia Walk in Jalan Puchong this morning was held to protest accusations that his business was nothing more than a get-rich-quick scheme, according to a Facebook posting linked to him.

About 200 of its members turned up this morning, although 1,500 people were initially expected.

Gabungan Sukarelawan 1Malaysia (GS1M) recently had lodged a police report against Zhang after receiving complaints from the public about his “dubious” business model.

Segambut Member of Parliament Lim Lip Eng also said at a recent press conference that police had investigated CDTUP International Sdn Bhd, set up by Zhang, and discovered there were criminal elements, according to Bank Negara’s laws.

It had been previously reported that Zhang had been detained five times in China for operating a get-rich-quick scam through his business empire known as Yun Shu Mao.

Zhang has so far not come forward to rebut these allegations and cannot be contacted.

http://www.therakyatpost.com/news/2014/07/05/journalists-get-warning-something-bad-happening-negative-zhang-jian-reports/

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直銷協會主席吳晉安正式聲明,撇清大馬正統直銷業和近日來鬧得滿城風雨的“雲數貿”有任何關係,並強調對方所使用的手法是“非正統”的手法~~ http://bit.ly/1mlEOAd

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“未來世界首富”張健繼以“陪睡論”形容本地娛樂圈,投下重磅炸彈後,近日再出新招,在照片和視頻分享社群Instagram上傳多張他和馬新港台藝人的 合成照,包括周杰倫、鄧紫棋、JJ林俊杰、品冠及茜拉,揚言這些藝人已加入雲數貿。藝人所屬的經紀公司大感震驚,斬釘截鐵表示與雲貿無關係

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Star

Sunday July 6, 2014 MYT 8:55:12 AM

Giant billboards promoting scheme not what they seem

Billboard boast: Motorists passing one of the billboards on the Penang Bridge proclaiming Zhang Jian as the future’s richest person. — MUSTAFA AHMAD / The Star

Billboard boast: Motorists passing one of the billboards on the Penang Bridge proclaiming Zhang Jian as the future’s richest person. — MUSTAFA AHMAD / The Star

PETALING JAYA: Why is a “successful” businessman with such a huge and vast market like China coming to a small market like Malaysia?

The Chinese Embassy here says the company has been banned in China and its 26-year-old founder has been hauled up by police there five times.

The man has now moved his operations to this part of the world, and his face has been appearing in giant billboards promoting his get-rich-quick scheme.

The company’s ads on the Internet tell people that they can earn big money and drive fancy cars without having to work. It also boasts of creating millionaires around the world.

A check on several Chinese websites showed that netizens in China have posted the excerpt of an article on the top 10 MLM cases from the websites of China’s Public Security Bureau and the State Administration for Industry and Commerce, citing that the operator of a Yun Shu Mao website was coercing fees from downliners who would receive huge rewards in return.

The article reported that Chinese authorities said the scheme had expanded to 28 provinces involving 190,000 people and that in August last year, police in eight provinces detained 33 persons involved in the scheme.

Chinese laws prohibit any individual or company from carrying out multi-level marketing or pyramid schemes in the country.

Other netizens also claimed that the founder of Yun Shu Mao changed his name to Zhang Jian and had since fled to Malaysia.

Kwong Wah Yit Poh reported that the Selangor Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Department had started to investigate Yun Shu Mao under the Direct Sales and Anti-Pyramid Scheme Act 1993 five months ago.

For more, click on:

http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/07/06/Get-rich-or-get-duped-Giant-billboards-promoting-scheme-not-what-they-seem/

Among the products on display at the swankily-furnished outlet were power banks, kitchenware, laptops, luggage bags, rice cookers, shampoo, bird’s nest and umbrellas.

Some of the products had Zhang Jian’s face on them.

Star

Sunday July 6, 2014 MYT 7:28:29 AM

‘Millionaire’ from China moves in on Penang

GEORGE TOWN: A self-made millionaire from China apparently extended his Yun Shu Mao business empire to Penang about one month ago.

A check by The Star found that the outlet in Jalan Tavoy is manned by a young Thai national who speaks Mandarin.

According to the worker, they have managed to recruit quite a substantial number of members since the operation started. He said they also had similar outlets in Kedah, Johor, Klang Valley and Haadyai, Thailand.

“We are perceived as a multi-level marketing company but in actual fact, we are not. That’s very misleading.

“Those who join us as members are entitled to a special rate for our products,” he said.

http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/07/06/Millionaire-from-China-moves-in-on-Penang/

Star

Sunday July 6, 2014 MYT 8:58:17 AM

‘Future world’s richest man’ billboard to be taken down

Is this for r eal?: One of the billboards showing the businessman from China can be seen along a highway.

Is this for real?: One of the billboards showing the businessman from China can be seen along a highway.

BUTTERWORTH: A prominent billboard showing a businessman Zhang Jian from China, put up near the Penang Bridge toll plaza here, will be brought down following a police report and a complaint to the Seberang Prai Municipal Council (MPSP).

The billboard states “Bakal orang terkaya di dunia – En Zhang Jian (the future richest person in the world – Mr Zhang Jian)” and bears two website addresses.

MPSP councillor Michael Tan said the council received a complaint from the public who made a police report on the content of the billboard.

“We served notice to the billboard owner on June 18 to bring it down.

http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/07/06/Future-worlds-richest-man-billboard-to-be-taken-down/

(吉隆坡3日訊)警方證實,來自中國、自稱“未來世界首富”的雲數貿掌門人張健進行的快速致富活動,含有國家銀行管轄權限範圍內的犯罪成分。http://www.chinapress.com.my/node/540258
更多詳細報導,請翻閱今晚/明日《中國報》!

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中国驻马来西亚大使黄惠康指出,他们将会密切关注云数贸直销公司事件。
他指出,任何人在大马都必须依法办事,因此,若有人抵触法令则须遭惩罚。
另一方面,财政部副部长拿督蔡智勇指出,其办公室至今还未接获有关云数贸快速致富活动的投报,不过当局非常关注这类快速致富的活动。
他促请民众,如果对任何“快速致富”活动感到怀疑或出现货不对办情况,可向国家银行和国内贸易、合作社及消费部查询。

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Kantor YSLM malaysia berjejer mobil2 mewah sbgai bonus yg akan Boss YSLM Mr. Zhang jian berikan kpd yg berhak mndptkn

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3 Responses to Only jail for Zhang Jian, the ‘future richest man in the world’…

  1. Lim says:

    Hi Mr/Ms,

    About that refund is it pass already? Now I cant go take back the member fees RM300?

    Kindly waiting you reply soonest.

    Thanks

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