SP 02 DKNS OJK I 2017-ENGLISH.pdf
Jakarta, January 11, 2017 — The Financial Services Authority (OJK) and the Task Force for Handling Alleged Unlawful Acts involving Public Funds Collection and Investment Management (the Investment Alert Task Force) once again uncovered investment offers from six businesses, which had no license from any authorities and offered products that could make the public suffer financial losses.
Therefore, the OJK and the Investment Alert Task Force stated that the six companies were illegal investment firms and that they had to stop their business activities, in order to give legal protection to the public, especially consumers of the financial services sector.
The six firms are as follows:
The OJK and the Investment Alert Task Force had observed and monitored their activities due to the information that those companies distributed through print, electronic and social media.
Both the OJK and the Investment Alert Task Force had conducted investigation on the six companies and based on the prevailing laws, they stated that those concerns had to suspend their business activities.
The OJK and the Investment Alert Task Force urge the public that before putting their money into any investment, they should take the following precautions :
If the public finds any suspicious investment offer, please consult or report it to OJK Consumer Care by calling 1 500 655 or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
The public can also find a list of companies that are not registered or not under OJK's supervision, which is published at http://sikapiuangmu.ojk.go.id/FrontEnd/AlertPortal/Home.
For more information:
Tongam L. Tobing, Director of Policies and Investigation Support/Chairman of the Investment Alert Task Force
Tel: +62 21 2960 0000 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.ojk.go.id.
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