MaxMoney Fraud Awareness

Date: 21 September 2018

Protect Yourself from Fraud

Only use MaxMoney authorized partner for sending money to friends and family. Never send money to someone you haven't met in person and confirm emergency situations before sending money.

Knowing what to look for is the key in spotting the warning signs of a scam and then avoiding it.

Remember, do NOT send money to an individual if you are sending:

  • To claim lottery or prize winnings
  • To someone you met online
  • For an employment opportunity
  • To resolve an immigration matter
  • For a credit card or loan fee
  • For an internet purchase
  • For an employment opportunity
  • For a charity donation
  • For a mystery shopping assignment

A money transfer can be paid out to the receiver within a very short time. After the money is paid, you generally cannot obtain a refund from MaxMoney, even if the transfer was a result of fraud.

If you believe you are a victim of fraud, contact MaxMoney at 1800-18-6000

Fraud Alert

Fraudulent emails are being sent to consumers in Malaysia stating that the consumer is one of seven email beneficiaries approved to receive money from an on-going UN Humanitarian aid / Poverty Alleviation program. The email requests the consumer to provide their personal information to a fraudulent email address. Please be alert and to not respond to this email. Send the original email to hello@maxmoney.com.