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Re: Backdoor ATM N Danaharta
By web aNtu
18/7/2000 10:13 pm Tue
The Star 18 Julai 2000: (muka 6-7)
Tajuk: Danaharta clout necessary
"decisions made by Danaharta were final and cannot be set aside by the courts"
"On why Danaharta has incurred losses of RM249 milion, Dr Shafie said it was due to interest arising from bonds issued to financial institutions by Danaharta".
Dlm akbar yg sama Danaharta mengatakan ia tidak memilih syarikat2 utk diambil alih.... tapi apa pasal banyak sangat kondo nak dijual? Permintaan kondo sudah lama jatuh - tapi permintaan rumah murah tak jatuh2!
Sementara itu perompak2 ATM bermaharajalela dalam 2 bank. Yg aku pasti salah satunya ialah BBMB.
Tajuk: National: ATM fraud: RM3.5 million in losses (Yahoo)
Perasan tak ramai yg memegang ada akaun BBMB mengalami duit lesap? Bukan BBMB aje, malah bank2 lain kepunyaan kroni. Akhirnya mereka suruh pelanggan tukar kad.
Yg menyusahkan pengguna ialah pengguna MESTI membuktikan pengguna tidak berada pada mesin tersebut pada masa kecurian (misalnya outstation). Kalau tidak - pengguna sendiri yg dipersalahkan N wang tidak akan dikembalikan. Yg tidak dapat membuktikannya rugi (112 sahaja yg dapat gantirugi daripada 2499 kes) bukan kepalang. Rakan2 saya ada yg tak sempat keluar duit gaji --- sudah lesap padahal kad beliau tak pernah dicuri N no pin sukar dipecahkan. Pencuri2 ini tahu aje bila duit masuk....... ie orang dalam yg ada monitor a/c balance !
Tuesday, July 11 Yahoo
National: ATM fraud: RM3.5 million in losses
A TOTAL of 2,399 reports of unauthorised withdrawals from automated teller machines have been received between January and last month. Losses totalled RM3.5 million.
Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Dr Shafie Salleh said compensation had been paid to 819 of the complainants involving RM1.49 million.
Replying to Datuk Abu Seman Yusop (BN-Alor Gajah), Shafie said for last year, 2,499 cases had been reported, with losses amounting to RM3.07 million. Of these, only 112 cases were deemed to be genuine and the cardholders duly compensated totalling RM362,837.
"The increase in complaints received this year is due to cloning of ATM cards belonging to two banks in April and May," he said. However, he said due to various measures introduced by Bank Negara and commercial banks, fraudulent withdrawals had been contained.
"The situation is now under control. The interest of consumers is protected," he said.
Among the measures introduced were limiting the operating hours of ATM machines and closer monitoring of huge and unusual withdrawals using ATM cards. The central bank has also outlined the mininum safety standard of ATM machines, with banks having to comply to the guidelines beginning July 1.
To a supplementary question from Kerk Kim Hock (DAP-Kota Melaka) who wanted banks to look into previous complaints as the unauthorised withdrawals in April and May showed that they had been negligent, Shafie said consumers also had to play their role.
He said there were cases where cardholders failed to report the loss of their cards, allowing a third party to use their cards and failure to ensure that the personal identification numbers of their cards were not known to other people.