Rezeki comes from Allah SWT

Last month, I helped a former officemate to supply and install Microsoft Office 2010 to government agency. Basically I helped him with e-perolehan process and provide documents for Delivery order and Invoice since he use our company letterhead and MOF license. The project went well. He supplied and installed successfully.

Takde Rezeki

Payment made thru our company account and my boss need to write cheque for him. Then I was the one who bank in to his account. The BIG question here ? Should I get some commision ? I did not expect to get some cash. (Ok I lied, come on at least some gratitude for my petrol and hardwork )

He did asked for my bank account BEFORE I deposit the money to him. After that, he said that my boss will give commission to me. Come on, if my boss that generous I wouldn’t bother to write this entry ok. Anyway I just said to myself that “takde rezeki”. I know that you cannot have big margin for IT products. That is what I was being told.

Anyway, please don’t cry this is not a sad story. hehe. Allah SWT is very fair to all. Remember ” Rezeki” does not come from your boss, Government Officer, your ex officemate or others. It comes from Allah SWT. So yesterday, I accept an offer to put links on my sidebar. Just because my blog is PR4 out of nowhere.

So bottom line here , work hard , be grateful and always pray to Allah SWT for “rezeki” . I leave you with  Maher Zain “InsyaALLAH”. Enjoy the lyrics and song.

Trusting your online friend?

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Just a few days ago, my friend in India asked me to help him to purchase a software to encrypt his PHP code.

He told me that his credit card is not valid to purchase the software. He said there is rumors that some merchant don’t accept credit card from India. He offers to pay me using PayPal.

So I just followed his instruction on how to purchase the software.  On the last page for payment option, I saw PayPal button. I thought he might want to scam me. So I explained my findings. To his surprise , he said that he cannot find any PayPal option on the website.

Instead he gave me his PayPal user id and password. At first i was quite reluctant since he had to give his PayPal details to me. He replied that he only have a few buck, so it will be no problem. So in the end, I just use his PayPal to pay the software.

I am not sure why there is no PayPal option on his side. Maybe its true may be not. Either way you should be careful and double check. Actually I was willing to pay since the amount is only USD 20 plus I barely know him. He is just my online friend.

So will you pay for your online friend ? 🙂

Maybank2u Phishing Email

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Just last week I received another maybank2u fake e-mail :

Maybank security systems detected a serious (PR2) security problem in Maybank server and Currently been updated.

Your account must be updated for accept a new Maybank interface and will be stricted due to several invalid login

attempts from an unauthorized third-party. Your immediate attention is required to Update your account. Please be

informed that your account will be temporarily closed if not update now..

Update with Below link

http://www.amalon.com.mx/mbb/m2u/common/

click on url or just copy and paste the url address

Thank you for Your Understanding and support

First all, their English is worse. Much worse than mine hehe.

They tried to create panic towards online customer by saying that Maybank2u security has been breached. So user will straight away click the link without checking. They moron just have nothing better to do I guess. So PLEASE don’t EVER trust/believe email asking for your online banking id and password. It doesn’t matter either Maybank2U, PayPal, CIMB Click or any other online banking. Just contact your bank directly to confirm.

Maybank does not send out any e-mail or SMS requesting customers to provide personal banking ID or PIN or credit card information. Please do not log in through website links contained in emails supposedly from Maybank or other institutions. Be alert or you may fall victim to a financial scam.

WHAT IS PHISHING ?

In the field of computer security, phishing is the criminally fraudulent process of attempting to acquire sensitive information such as usernames, passwords and credit card details by masquerading as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication

According to Maybank, there are 20 phishing site that want to steal your login id and password. Beware!. So I need to update Maybank about this amalon.com.

For Any Suspicious Email or SMS

Protect yourself from being a victim of email or SMS scams! If you receive suspicious messages, contact Maybank hotline immediately at 03-5891 4744.

Tips on Transfer PayPal Money to Malaysian Bank

Hi Guys,

Its look like I have been busy with Facebook all this time, well  a lot of bloggers tend to spend more time on Facebook. Its a platform  that you can socialise with your friend, share update and not forgetting great online game. I was addicted especially to Barn Buddy and Mafia War until I decided to remove it all because i think I should do much more important thing than watching my virtual plan to grow.

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Nevertheless, it has been a lot of update in Making Money Online especially in Malaysia. Where now you can transfer your PayPal money directly to your local bank. Isn’t it easy.Now I have nothing to blog about :). But bare in mind you still need the Credit card or Debit card to get PayPal verification. Below are 2 tutorial that teach you how to link and withdraw your money to local bank

  1. How to link your PayPal account to your Local Bank.
  2. How to withdraw money from your PayPal to local bank

Its very simple step to follow with picture step by step.

Few things that you should remember

  • Your name on PayPal account must be the same with your Bank account. If not than there would be some problem.
  • PayPal will charge you if you give them wrong info to link with your bank account so be extra careful.
  • There are 21 total banks in Malaysia that are currently supported by PayPal
  • The transaction will take up to 2-3 days
  • A fee of RM3 will be charge if your withdrawal is below RM400 around USD 115
  • If your withdrawal is above RM 400, no fees will be charge.
  • The default withdrawal limit is RM2000 a month. But you can change the amount once you verified.
  • You can add your PayPal money simply by add money to Debit/Credit card as PayPal will charge directly to  your card when you made payment using PayPal. So no worries when you dont have money in PayPal account.Easy.

 

PayPal just launched blog for South East Asia called PayPal UnBound. So its good to get update, event and latest tool available.

Welcome to PayPal Unbound, a blog written by the PayPal Singapore team about our company in Southeast Asia (Thailand, Malaysia, Korea, Vietnam, Philippines, Indonesia or Singapore) and India. Here you will find announcements about PayPal events as well as insights from our marketing managers to our tech team to our colleagues in finance. We want the blog to be a meeting place for sharing ideas, exchanging information, expressing opinions, discussing suggestions, answering questions, and responding to feedback. PayPal users, developers, buyers, sellers, shopaholics, savers, spenders, and all are encouraged to join the conversation here and at our other networking sites:

  • Facebook – support their fan page as their need more fan to establish
  • LinkedIn

 

 

Last word, merry xmas and happy new year to all my friends..enjoy your holidays 🙂

Entrecard finally bought my Entrecard Points

Last nite I received email from PayPal. Entrecard just send 10 USD to my account.

After waiting for a month, they bought my EC credits. Its 1000 EC for 1 USD.Quite cheap but its still easy money. I just earn the credit thru online contest and clicks.

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This is a prove that they really meant what they said.Entrecard Cashout do pays 🙂

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