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Press Release - British Victims of Investing in Malaysia

24th December 2014

Ex-UMNO Treasurer Dato Azim 'Pressured' the MD of Doxport for funds

Witness Riaz Ramzan, one of 60 British investors in the 'cheating and money laundering' case against the managing director of Doxport Technologies Sdn Bhd, Sivalingam Thechinamoorthy has stated that "Dato Azim pressured Sivalingam for funds" from the investment.

He further stated that Doxport supplied "fake invoices for telecom switches" valued at USD $2,040,000 that the British investors, under a strict contract, were investing in.

Mr Ramzan stated Doxport also supplied British investors with invoices issued by Doxport to Singtel amounting to USD $5,000,0000 which were later confirmed to be 'fake'.

He stated he met with Prime Minister Najib, Tun Mahathir, Mukhriz Mahathir and even the Chairman of Doxport Dato Azim Zabidi to resolve the situation - but to no avail.

Mr Ramzan further stated that after meeting with Prime Minister Najib, he and some investors had personally met with the ex-UMNO Treasurer Dato Azim Zabidi in the House of Lords under the guidance of Lord Ahmed, where the investors informed Azim of the alleged 'scam'.

Azim stated to Mr Ramzan and Lord Ahmed that he would investigate the claim of a 'scam'. Dato Azim then visited the British High Commission in KL claiming there was no 'fraud'. British investors have only received USD $15,000 from their investment of over USD $2m.

Unexpectedly, the criminal court proceedings will now be continued on 19th-23rd of January 2015 at PJ Session Courts where Mr Ramzan will once again appear to give further evidence.

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Notes to Editors:

Representatives of the British investors will be available for interviews between 25th December and 26th December 2014 in both Malaysia and the UK.

For further information please contact:
The Chambers of Kamarul Hisham & Hasnal Rezua, Kuala Lumpur. Tel: 603 6201 3566 or email seapress@bvim.org.uk

Further information outlining the Case can also be found as follows:
Web: http://www.BritishVictimsofInvestinginMalaysia.org.uk
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/British-Victims-of-Investing-in-Malaysia/144142372413916?ref=hl
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/BritishVictims
Please send any articles which you may undertake or web links to: articles@bvim.org.uk

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Press Release - British Victims of Investing in Malaysia

23rd December 2014

British investor states he met with Prime Minister Najib, Tun Mahathir, Mukhriz Mahathir and even the Chairman of Doxport Dato Azim Zabidi - but to no avail.

Riaz Ramzan, one of 60 British investors fighting a 'Criminal Breach of Trust' case against the managing director of Doxport Technologies Sdn. Bhd., Sivalingam Thechinamoorthy whose other director is Dato Azim Zabidi (ex-Treasurer of UMNO) and Gurmeet Kaur has stated that he met with a host of VIP's to resolve the allegations of 'fraud', but to no avail.

Mr. Ramzan informed the court that Doxport supplied a copy of an invoice from a Malaysian company called Nikabina IT Msc Sdn. Bhd. for telecom switches valued at $1,800,000. After further investigation these invoices turned out to be 'fake'.

He further stated that after meeting with Prime Minister Najib, he and some investors had personally met with the ex-UMNO Treasurer Dato Azim Zabidi in the House of Lords under the guidance of Lord Ahmed, where the investors informed Dato Azim of the alleged 'fraud'.

Dato Azim stated to them and Lord Ahmed that he would investigate the issue. Azim then visited the British High Commission in KL claiming there was no 'scam'.

Further alleged 'incriminating' evidence will be presented tomorrow (Wednesday 24th December 2014) in Session 3 Court 1, Petaling Jaya.

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Press Release - British Victims of Investing in Malaysia

18th December 2014

British Investors' Criminal Case of 'fraud' against Doxport Technologies MD finally going to Court

After three years of struggle by British investors, the managing director of Doxport Technologies Sdn Bhd whose other director is Dato Azim Zabidi (ex-Treasurer of UMNO) and Gurmeet Kaur is, 'surprisingly', the only one finally facing a trial on charges of 'Criminal Breach of Trust'. The Criminal case investigated by the Royal Malaysian Police and brought by the Malaysian Public Prosecutor against Sivalingam Thechinamoorthy is being held at Session 1 Court, Petaling Jaya, starting on 22nd December 2014.

Over 20 British MPs and members of the House of Lords have supported the British investors in their attempt to bring, what the investors allege is 'fraud', to the Malaysian Courts.

Next month (19th to 22nd January 2015) also sees the Civil Case being brought by the British investors, alleging 'fraud, deceit and/or fraudulent misrepresentations and conspiracy' against Doxport Technologies Sdn Bhd and its directors Dato Azim Zabidi, Sivalingam Thechinamoorthy and Gurmeet Kaur, which is being heard at the High Court of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur.

Having met with Dato Azim and corresponded with him, Lord Ahmed of Rotherham (from the British Parliament) will be attending the Civil Case as a witness for the British investors.

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Press Release - British Victims of Investing in Malaysia

25th June 2014

Director of Doxport E-Projects Sdn Bhd, Gurmeet Kaur, Convicted

The BVIM welcomes the news that the case brought against Gurmeet Kaur A/P Ajmer Singh by Companies Commission of Malaysia - SSM, as a director of Doxport E-Projects Sdn Bhd, a company owned 80% by Doxport Technologies Sdn Bhd and 20% by Perbadanan Nasional Berhad (PNS is a Malaysian 'Government Linked Company' under the Ministry of Domestic Trade Cooperative & Consumerism - see company structure here), has been successful and she has pleaded guilty of making a false statement. The full SSM Press Release (reproduced below) can also be accessed from the SSM website by clicking here.

SSM Press Release

DIRECTOR OF DOXPORT E-PROJECTS SDN BHD CONVICTED UNDER SECTION 364(2) OF THE COMPANIES ACT 1965 FOR MAKING A FALSE STATEMENT TO COMPANIES COMMISSION OF MALAYSIA (SSM)

Wednesday, 25th June 2014 - Kuala Lumpur Sessions Court Judge, Tuan Zulqarnain bin Hassan today convicted director of Doxport E-Projects Sdn Bhd, Gurmeet Kaur A/P Ajmer Singh, 41, for breaching Section 364(2) of the Companies Act 1965. Gurmeet Kaur A/P Ajmer Singh was sentenced to a fine of RM25,000 in default 4 months imprisonment.

The charge preferred against Gurmeet Kaur A/P Ajmer Singh alleges that she had made a false statement in relation to the application to strike off Doxport E-Projects Sdn Bhd under Section 308(1) of the CA 1965. Gurmeet Kaur A/P Ajmer Singh pleaded guilty to the charge.

The offence under Section 364(2) CA 1965 carries a maximum penalty of ten years imprisonment or fine of RM250,000 or both upon conviction.

Prosecuting Officer Mohd Azies Han bin Mohd Fadzil and Lidia Fyrulliza binti Ishak prosecuted for SSM whilst the accused represented by Chetan Jethwani and Parvinder Kaur Cheema.

ISSUED BY : SURUHANJAYA SYARIKAT MALAYSIA (SSM) DATED : 25 JUNE 2014

PENGARAH SYARIKAT DOXPORT E-PROJECTS SDN BHD DISABITKAN DENGAN KESALAHAN DIBAWAH SEKSYEN 364(2) AKTA SYARIKAT 1965 KERANA MEMBUAT PERNYATAAN PALSU KEPADA SURUHANJAYA SYARIKAT MALAYSIA ('SSM')

Rabu, 25 Jun 2014 - Hakim Mahkamah Sesyen Kuala Lumpur, Tuan Zulqarnain bin Hassan hari ini telah mensabitkan pengarah Doxport E-Projects Sdn Bhd, Gurmeet Kaur A/P Ajmer Singh, 41, atas tuduhan di bawah seksyen 364(2) Akta Syarikat 1965. Gurmeet Kaur A/P Ajmer Singh telah dikenakan denda sebanyak RM25,000 sekiranya ingkar 4 bulan penjara.

Pertuduhan ke atas Gurmeet Kaur A/P Ajmer Singh berkenaan membuat pernyataan palsu bagi permohonan pemotongan nama syarikat Doxport E-Projects Sdn Bhd di bawah Seksyen 308(1) Akta Syarikat 1965. Gurmeet Kaur A/P Ajmer Singh mengaku bersalah ke atas pertuduhan tersebut.

Kesalahan di bawah Seksyen 364(2) AS 1965 memperuntukkan hukuman penjara sehingga 10 tahun atau denda sehingga RM250,000 atau kedua-duanya jika sabit kesalahan.

Pegawai pendakwa Mohd Azies Han bin Mohd Fadzil dan Lidia Fyrulliza binti Ishak menjalankan pendakwaan bagi pihak SSM manakala tertuduh diwakili oleh Chetan Jethwani dan Parvinder Kaur Cheema.

DIKELUARKAN OLEH : SURUHANJAYA SYARIKAT MALAYSIA BERTARIKH : 25 JUN 2014

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BVIM Notes to Editors:

With the support of 15 British MPs, the criminal and civil case lodged in Malaysia by the British families revolves around an investment of 2.5m (Pound Sterling) in a Malaysian company called Doxport Technologies Sdn Bhd whose then chairman and director, Dato Azim Zabidi, was an ex-treasurer of the current Malaysian Prime Minister's ruling UMNO political party and whose Managing Director was Sivalingam Thechinamoorthy and his wife, a shareholder and from Doxport Technologies Sdn Bhd Accounts Department, Gurmeet Kaur.

For further information outlining the case, please visit:
http://www.BritishVictimsofInvestinginMalaysia.org.uk

You can also follow us on Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/British-Victims-of-Investing-in-Malaysia/144142372413916?ref=hl

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https://twitter.com/britishvictims

For further information on the case or for interviews in the UK please contact: mailto:ukpress@bvim.org.uk

Or in Malaysia:
The Chambers of Kamarul Hisham & Hasnal Rezua, Kuala Lumpur. Tel: +603 6201 3566 or email mailto:seapress@bvim.org.uk


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Press Release - British Victims of Investing in Malaysia

5th December 2013

Doxport man to face 'cheating' charges

The BVIM welcomes the statement by Federal Commercial Crime Investigation Department director Datuk Syed Ismail Syed Azizan that someone from Doxport Technologies Sdn. Bhd. will be charged in relation to cheating. Datuk Syed Ismail has mentioned: "he will be charged with passing off forged documents as genuine."

The person is expected to be charged at the Petaling Jaya Magistrates Court on Friday 6th December 2013

The British Victims of Investing in Malaysia have been fighting their case for over two years and asking for a thorough criminal investigation by the Malaysian Police of all the parties involved in Doxport Technologies and for the Malaysian Police to arrest and charge the alleged culprits and for the Malaysian Police Anti-Money Laundering department to ascertain where British Investors' funds went.

The BVIM have always felt that they have a very strong case against all the parties involved and wait to see who will actually be charged on Friday 6th December and if there will be any other Doxport individuals subsequently charged.

We hope that an earlier statement by Datuk Paul Low, Minister in the Prime Minister's Department, where he mentioned that "principles of upholding the rule of law should be implemented, regardless of the personalities involved," are upheld.

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Yahoo! Malaysia Doxport man to face cheating charges after British investors lodge report on scam

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Press Release - British Victims of Investing in Malaysia

29th October 2013

British Victims of Investing in Malaysia Protest Outside WIEF, London

The BVIM protested today, Tuesday 29th October, outside the Malaysian-run World Islamic Economic Forum where the Malaysian Prime Minister was an official delegate.

The BVIM stated at the protest their disappointment at the length of time it is taking for 'justice to be done' in Malaysia with the criminal 'fraud' case they have launched already in its second year of investigation!

With no results for over two years coming from the Malaysian AG and Public Prosecutor, the BVIM asked:

If Malaysia was a safe destination for Overseas investors?

If the 'rule of law' applied equally to Overseas investors?


Investors protesting included bus drivers, small business owners and city workers who all invested.

The British Victims of Investing in Malaysia have been highlighting their case and asking if British investment is safe in Malaysia and if the Malaysian law process is different for British citizens and were officially given permission by the Metropolitan Police to protest outside the Malaysian-run 'World Islamic Economic Forum' held at Excel, London on Tuesday 29th October between 5pm and 9pm, where the Malaysian Prime Minister was one of the official delegates.

With the support of 15 British MPs, the criminal case by the British families in Malaysia revolves around an investment of £2.5m in a Malaysian company called Doxport Technologies Sdn Bhd whose then chairman and director, Dato Azim Zabidi, was an ex-treasurer of the current Malaysian Prime Minister's ruling UMNO political party and whose Managing Director was a Sivalingam Thechinamoorthy and his wife, a shareholder and from Doxport Accounts Department, Gurmeet Kaur.

For photos of the protest, please visit our Facebookk page at:

https://www.facebook.com/pages/British-Victims-of-Investing-in-Malaysia/144142372413916?ref=hl

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Press Release - British Victims of Investing in Malaysia

25th October 2013

While Malaysian's Invest Safely in Britain, British Investors are Suffering in Malaysia

With the visit by the Malaysian Prime Minister to London on Tuesday 29th October, the British Victims of Investing in Malaysia commends the recent increase in business links developed by the UK with Malaysia and the investment that Malaysia is making in the UK.

However, there are 60 British families who invested in Malaysia and have been allegedly defrauded and yet, the criminal case that they filed in Malaysia, which is still being investigated after two years, has yet to come to any conclusion by the Malaysian Attorney General's office and Public Prosecutor. The British victims' funds, which we believe have been dissipated to several individuals, some of whom we believe are yet to be interviewed or respective accounts frozen under Malaysia's own Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorist Finance Act (Part VI 'Freezing, Seizure and Forfeiture'), is disgraceful, considering it has been over two years since the criminal case was launched!

The British Victims of Investing in Malaysia have been highlighting their case and asking if British investment is safe in Malaysia and if the Malaysian law process is different for British citizens and have been officially given permission by the Metropolitan Police to protest outside the Malaysian-run 'World Islamic Economic Forum' (see http://9thwief.org/ and http://wief.org/) to be held at Excel, London on Tuesday 29th October (the event itself runs until Thursday 31st October) between 5pm and 9pm, where the Malaysian Prime Minister will be one of the official guests.

With the support of 15 British MPs, the criminal case by the British families in Malaysia revolves around an investment of £2.5m in a Malaysian company called Doxport Technologies Sdn Bhd whose then chairman and director, Dato Azim Zabidi, was an ex-treasurer of the current Malaysian Prime Minister's ruling UMNO political party.

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Press Release - British Victims of Investing in Malaysia

2nd September 2013

Former Doxport E-Projects Sdn Bhd Company Director Charged With Making False Statement

The British Victims of Investing in Malaysia (BVIM) welcome the news that Gurmeet Kaur Ajmer Singh, a director of a company that is a subsidiary of Doxport Technologies Sdn. Bhd., namely Doxport E-Projects Sdn. Bhd., and is alleged, in conjunction with the former, provided false information and documents, has been charged by the Companies Commission of Malaysia (CCM), of making a false statement to the registrar of the Companies Commission of Malaysia four years ago.

However, after nearly two years since the 'Criminal' Case was lodged with the Malaysian Police, the BVIM are deeply concerned that, even with extensive evidence provided by the BVIM, that no outcome has yet been forthcoming from the Malaysian authorities.

The CCM case, as reported in the Official Portal of the National News Agency of Malaysia states the following:

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 23 (Bernama) -- A former director of a communication equipment company pleaded not guilty in the Sessions Court here today to a charge of making false statement to the registrar of the Companies Commission of Malaysia (CCM) four years ago.

Gurmeet Kaur Ajmer Singh, 40, then a director at Doxport E-Projects Sdn Bhd, is charged with making the false statement in the applicant's statement of account, dated Dec 21 2009, which was submitted to the CCM registrar for purpose of deleting the company's name.

She is charged with committing the offence at the CCM office. 13th Floor, Putra Place, 100 Jalan Putra near here on Dec 21, 2009.

The charge, under Section 364 (2) of the Companies Act, carried a maximum imprisonment for 10 years or RM250,000 fine or both, if found guilty.

Prosecuting officer from CCM, Lidia Fyrulliza Ishak, offered bail at RM50,000 in one surety.

However, lawyer Chetan Jethwani, representing the accused, said his client is a housewife and has three young children.

Judge Rihaida Rafie the allowed Gurmeet Kaur bail of RM25,000 in one surety and also ordered her to surrender her passport to the court.

The court set Sept 17 for case management.

Bernama Article
Malay Version from SSM
Chinese Version from Guang Ming Daily

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Notes to Editors:

For further information on the Case please contact:
The Chambers of Kamarul Hisham & Hasnal Rezua, Kuala Lumpur. Tel: 603 6201 3566 or email mailto:seapress@bvim.org.uk
Further information outlining the Case can also be found as follows:
Web: http://www.BritishVictimsofInvestinginMalaysia.org.uk
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/British-Victims-of-Investing-in-Malaysia/144142372413916?ref=hl
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/BritishVictims
Please send any articles which you may undertake or web links to: articles@BVIM.org.uk

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Press Release - British Victims of Investing in Malaysia

3rd July 2013

We welcome the visit of the Prime Minister of Malaysia Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Tun Abdul Razak and wish him well in forming greater economic ties with Great Britain.

For extensive details of our case including the specific meetings we have had with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Tun Abdul Razak and several other prominent Malaysian's on our issues and the assurances they gave of our fair treatement, please visit http://www.britishvictimsofinvestinginmalaysia.org.uk

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Press Release - British Victims of Investing in Malaysia

21st March 2013

Kuala Lumpur High Court Case Management Against Dato Abdul Azim Bin Mohd Zabidi, Sivalingam Thechinamoorthy, Gurmeet Kaur (d/o Ajmeer Singh) and Doxport Technologies (M) Sdn. Bhd.

The British Victims of Investing in Malaysia (BVIM) greatly look forward to just one of the first-steps in recovering their investment in Malaysia and bringing the alleged perpetrators of fraud to task.

Apart from the now reinvigorated Criminal investigation by the Malaysian Police, Thursday 21st March 2013 is the day that the Civil case management against Dato Abdul Azim Bin Mohd Zabidi, Sivalingam Thechinamoorthy, Gurmeet Kaur (d/o Ajmeer Singh) and Doxport Technologies (M) Sdn. Bhd. will be brought to the Kuala Lumpur High Court.

We cordially request all Malaysian authorities to work conscientiously, devotedly and without any let or hindrance in their loyal, just and moral duties.

The BVIM are ready to support the Malaysian authorities as required and willing and able to fight their case, both the Civil and the Criminal, to the end, to ensure that justice is done and Malaysia is once again seen as a place where British and International investors can do business, invest safely and that justice and the rule of law are still seen to be cornerstones of its society.

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Press Release - British Victims of Investing in Malaysia

26th February 2013

FCC, file a civil suit against the ex-Treasurer of UMNO, Dato Azim Zabidi and his company Doxport Technologies Sdn. Bhd. for alleged fraud.

This follows on from 5th October 2011 when British investors lodged a police criminal case in Malaysia against the directors of Doxport Technologies Sdn Bhd. It is alleged that Doxport Technologies solicited funds on a false basis using fraudulent invoices and documents and misappropriated funds amounting to some $4,000,000.

Several British MPs have expressed their deep concern to the Malaysian Attorney General, Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail with the scope and speed of the police investigation. 14 months after lodging the criminal complaint, only one suspect has been interviewed by the police and the Money Laundering Investigation Division have, after a baffling delay of 14 months, only just started their investigation into the activities of Doxport Technologies.

FCC lodged a civil case at the High Court of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur to retrieve over $4,000,000 of funds from Doxport Technologies Sdn. Bhd. and its directors, employees and representatives including Dato Azim Zabidi (Chairman & Director); Sivalingam Thechinamoorthy (Director) and Gurmeet Kaur (Accounts Department & Shareholder).

A Press Conference will be held on Wednesday 27th February 2013 at 11am by the Malaysian MP Zuraidah Kamaruddin at the PKR Headquarters, A-1-09, Merchant Square, Jalan Tropicana Selatan 1, 47410 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.

A Press Statement by Lord Ahmed will also be read/given out.

In addition, a Press Conference will also be held in London at the House of Lords after the Easter recess and attended by British investors, their host Lord Ahmed, their respective MPs and by UK and Overseas Press, News and Media organisations.

FCC is represented in Malaysia by The Chambers of Kamarul Hisham & Hasnal Rezua. Tel: 603 6201 3566

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Open letter from Lord Ahmed to The Hon. Attorney General Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail, Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed Minister of International Trade & Industry & the Federal Commercial Crimes Department chief Syed Ismail Syed Azizan

7th March 2013

Further to recent correspondence from The Hon. Attorney General Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail to the 'British Victims of Investing in Malaysia' and recent statements by the Minister of International Trade & Industry Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed and the Federal Commercial Crimes Department chief Syed Ismail Syed Azizan, the British Victims of Investing in Malaysia and I would like to thank them all for their statements, comments and concerns. As Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed stated, "we leave it to police authorities to investigate". British investors have patiently waited for 15 months now for the results of the criminal investigation and unfortunately, investors are yet no nearer to knowing where their $4,000,000 investment has gone.

For these 60 investors, their first experience of venturing into the Malaysian economy has been a traumatic and distressful one. Their legitimate right to know the whereabouts of their investment has been denied to them by the Doxport Technologies Chairman and Directors for over 4 long years.

Furthermore, Doxport Technologies have supplied a substantial amount of documents which investors allege are 'fake'. Emotions of concern and 'sympathy' that Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohammed has expressed must translate into swift action by the Malaysian police, the Money Laundering Division and the Attorney General Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail, who has recently assured the investors that he 'will look into the matter'.

I still have great faith in the Malaysian authorities and as such:

I request them to interview all the alleged suspects.

I request them to make all attempts to trace and freeze all the missing funds for the duration of any further police investigation.

I request them to investigate all the documents that the British investors allege are 'fake', be they invoices from Doxport to SingTel, used to procure investment or receipts for the telecom switches which the British citizens were led to believe they were investing in.

Those individuals involved in any alleged fraud must be held accountable for their actions, the world must see that Malaysian law is applicable to 'all Malaysians' and that nobody is above the law. I urge the Malaysian authorities to continue to investigate fully and without protraction and to get to the truth of the matter with justice.

Lord Ahmed
House of Lords, London

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View some Political Comments

  • I would be grateful if you could investigate the issues highlighted and provide some clarification and assurances in relation to them.

    The Rt Hon Sadiq Khan MP
    Shadow Lord Chancellor, Secretary of State for Justice & Minister for London

  • Officials have raised the matter with the Malaysian International Trade Minister, Dato' Sri Mustapa Mohamed, and senior officials in the Malaysian Government

    The Rt Hon William Hague
    Ex-British Foreign Secretary & current First Secretary of State and Leader of the House of Commons

  • The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission, after being given strong proof under 126 of their communication law which states that any company dealing with telecommunications 'switches' must have a licence, have decided not to proceed with any charges

    Jackie Doyle-Price MP
    House of Commons

  • The Anti-Money Laundering Authority has also thus far failed to produce a report despite requirements under Malaysian regulations.

    Rt. Hon. Lynne Featherstone MP
    Minister of State for Crime Prevention at the Home Office

  • I won't comment on Cameron, who should know what to do to help his own citizens. It is a good opportunity for him to raise the issue with Najib rather just gush out meaningless praise when there is so much evidence to the contrary.

    For Najib, as the leader of Malaysia, he should not hide but be open about this issue because it is a long outstanding case and has the support of many top people from both UK as well as Malaysia. These people are not frauds or troublemakers but investors who took the initiative to invest in our country. They deserve to be treated better and not be snubbed like this by our PM.

    October 2013

    Zuraidah Kamaruddin
    Ampang MP, Malaysia

  • It appears that Doxport produced fake invoices from Singtel, to give the impression to potential investors that the business was doing well.

    Stephen Timms MP
    House of Commons

  • It appears that Doxport produced fake invoices from Singtel, to give the impression to potential investors that the business was doing well.

    Stephen Timms MP
    House of Commons

  • Dear Prime Minister, I would kindly request you to investigate this company on behalf of the UK investors and encourage an appropriate resolution before any questions are raised about the safety of funds invested by British citizens in Malaysia.

    Angie Bray MP
    House of Commons

  • Why is it taking them [police] so long to take action? Is it because he has political immunity, or there are people backing him?

    This is an embarrassment to the democracy of our country. We don't even have the courtesy to respond to the British citizens [MPs].

    February 2013

    Zuraidah Kamaruddin
    Ampang MP, Malaysia

  • We take the matter seriously and have ensured that it has been raised at the very highest level.

    Jeremy Browne MP
    Formerly Minister of State, FCO and Minister of State, Home Office

  • I have now written on your behalf to the Foreign Secretary and to the Prime Minister of Malaysia. I also intend to raise a question in House regarding this case.

    David Lammy MP
    House of Commons

  • I call upon your government to instigate a full investigation of the company by the appropriate regulatory authority so as to restore the confidence of UK investors into the Malaysian market.

    Barry Gardiner MP
    Shadow Minister (Environment, Food and Rural Affairs)

  • The Hon. Attorney General, I have deep concerns with the status of this investigation and I call upon your Chambers to investigate this complaint through your enforcement agencies and in full accordance with Malaysian law.

    Virendra Sharma MP
    House of Commons

  • It has been 14 months since the investigation began and four of the main alleged fraud suspects have as yet not been interviewed. This is despite their names being provided to the police.

    Rt. Hon. Theresa Villiers MP
    Secretary of State for N. Ireland