Malaysia Fraud Report

Apparently these companies send the victims a fake visa approval letter on behalf of the Malaysian Immigration Department and ask them to pay for the processing fee ( same common story ). Some people lost more than 5000 USD. The victims are from many countries around the globe such as India, Norway, Indonesia, Belgium, Brazil ..etc. So please beware of this kind of companies if you came across their websites or advertisements. Make sure you won’t pay anything in advance to get the Work Permit in Malaysia.

The report says :

Some of you have informed us about the unusual practice of some Malaysian companies or individuals previously registered in our directory of recruitment agents (they have been removed from the list). They require the candidates to pay for the service in advance but have never provided a job to any of them. Instead, they produce a certificate and email it to the job seeker. We have a strong reason to suspect the employment offers to people who recently contacted companies under the following names to be a scam:

1) Shipping Planet
2) Salsa Cruise
3) Vigo Cruises
4) Starcruise
5) Transways Logistics
6) Mutus Cruises
7) Starline Cruises
8) CruiseQueenliner (Cruise Queenliner)
9) Canadian Cruise Shipping
10) Royal Cruiseliner (Royal Cruise Liner)
11) Skylines Cruise International
12) Pan American Cruise Corporation (Berverly Hills)
13) Hawks Marine Cruises International (Canada)

Bank Details :

Several victims of this Malaysian employment scam have reported they had sent their money (registration, admin, visa and other fees) to the following bank account:

Account number: 4315363631
Bank Name: Public Bank
Address: Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
Account holder: Evelyn Laika Wirkom
Swift code: PBBEMYKL

::: Please make sure you DO NOT send any money to the above bank account. You will lose it. :::

Source :

Let us know if you are a victim of these cruise ship companies.


Their website :
Email : / /
Telephone: +60163512609 / +60 163512609

CEO : DATUK MUSTAPHA WAHID (The Human Resources Manager)

Apparently they target people who look for jobs in Malaysia. They start to send emails that lures the person to join their website and apply for jobs. They fake an online interview and announce the person as a shortlisted and selected candidate while asking them for processing fees before hiring them.

Here is the sample of the email sent to one of the victims :

“We have been directed to contact suitably qualified candidate(s) to fill numerous vacancies in our company (GADEK GROUP, MALAYSIA)

The above requires an urgent and immediate response in other to meet the increasing demand of our services.

If you are the ideal candidate(s) with relevant knowledge in Engineering, Construction, IT, Management and Administration, Customer service, Marketing, Finance, Human Resource, Office services, and others will be considered., kindly reply this mail for more and detailed information’s and procedures concerning the job and the company.

Note: only short listed candidate(s) shall be contacted officially by the company.


We started our free service as a non-profit organization in Dec 2009. As we heard that the number of scam/fraud companies and their victims are skyrocketing in this country, we have decided to gather the information from people who are either victim of a scam or have some valuable information (Verified by us) in order to share with Malaysian citizens. We also would like to raise the awareness about the scam jobs posted online which targets fresh graduates as well as professionals.

Please feel free to send us your feedbacks, reports, comments and anything that you think would help us to keep this website and our other web portals updated.

Kindly note that we will do an investgation in order to verify your claims before it gets published.