Hurry! Hurry ! Grab your application form this Saturday. The Federal Government is kind enough to provide cash assistance, a one-off, a total of RM500 to Malaysian with household income of RM3,000 and below. To those eligible you can get the application form this Saturday, December 10, 2011 for a period of one month at Government Agencies and Inland Revenue Board Malaysia .
This aid is a sign of concern for the Government in an effort to help ease the rising cost of living : ) or maybe a signal that General Election is just around the corner.
Are You Eligible ?
The head of the family or household, whether male or female, is eligible to apply for the aid. These individuals include:
– Married, including children who marry and live with their parents;
– a single parent with dependents;
– Individuals (single, widowers, single parents) single with dependents, and
– lonely elderly
-. Head of household self-employed are also eligible to apply.
The most important thing, household income must be RM3,000 or below.
This assistance is expected to benefit about 5.2 million households or 79.5 percent of all households in the country. This grant involves budget allocation of RM2.6 billion. (more…)
Just last week, an online friend of mine introduce me to a software that can browse BlogCatalog and add comment. So I read on the sales page and it says that you try it for free. So I click to download it .
It is called TrafficPsyche. My first thought was, this software is something like Comment Kahuna that can browse certain niche and certain PR of blogs and you can leave comment. Since he told me that this software is not a spam and will I will get more friends and traffic,. So I thought why not give it a try.
Beware of this Automated Spam Software
DOS Format Only
So when I installed it, it’s totally in DOS format. Just provide your BlogCatalog ID and password. After that write your comment and choose which group that you like to browse. Wah, this is so easy.
When I click the R for RUN button and enter, I don’t see any of BlogCatalog website and group but only dot dot dot. The software only provide text update and will tell you which account that it surf and leave my message.
Not once in my mind thought that this automated software will ruin my reputation in Blogcatalog. My nigthmare begins when I cannot log in to my account and all my blog and comment dissapeard.
After that I realise I was banned and I just spammed the whole BlogCatalog community. Immediately, I sent email to the admin asking for forgiveness by statting that I was tricked and stupid. Sadly they reply that my action was an insult to the BlogCatalog community and refuse to activate my account back as for now.
I would like to apologise to all BlogCatalog Community and their Administration. I am really a bad boy, but people tend to make mistake rite. Spamming is bad for your reputation as blogger and for your health. Why ? Because nobody will come to my blog again and I will get depression hehehe.
BlogCatalog has been help me a lot for all this year, build my reputation and increase my traffic. If I only knew that my action would jeopardize my account, of course i will not use that software.Plus, I will be extra careful in the future.
A few months ago, Muridi Mohammad from Perlis was shocked when his money has been missing from his CIMB account.He received an SMS telling him he had won RM14,000 in an Akademi Fantasia 6 (AF6) competition. All he had to do to claim his winnings was to telephone the number given.
When he called, a man claiming to be from Astro asked for Muridi’s bank account number to deposit his winnings. Though he was hesitant, he did so. Fortunately he had enough sense to give an account with little money in it.
“I gave him the account my tenant uses to pay the rent.” The CIMB account had a balance of just over RM300.
Although this case is not new, but this poor Ustaz still want to try his luck. He just gave his account number just to see wether the scammer will deposit money or not. But it turns out, the scammer manage to withdraw money from his account two times. About an hour later he checked the account and found that two payments of RM120 had been made to “I-PYMT TO COLL”.
The BIG question here, how this criminal manage to withdraw money just using user account’s number. Really strange. I think this guys are really professional,even CIMB never release a statement about their system flaw.So just use thumb rule, if the offer is too good, then it is a scam. Don’t try to outsmart them. Maybe your are dealing with international criminal :). (more…)