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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

2598) MYNEWSHUB - 27/04/15 - Persatuan Pengguna Islam Gundah Ancaman Awang Hitam


Kebanjiran warga Afrika di Malaysia dilihat banyak mendatangkan masalah terutamanya dari aspek keselamatan diri apabila ada sebahagian mereka bertindak menipu, mengugut malah turut menganggu gadis tempatan.
Menurut Persatuan Pengguna Islam Malaysia (PPIM), pihaknya menerima banyak aduan berkaitan masalah-masalah tersebut dari masyarakat Malaysia.
Memetik kenyataannya dalam satu siaran media, kebanyakan warga Afrika berjaya masuk ke Malaysia melalui visa pelajar, namun ada antara mereka yang tidak menghabiskan pengajian dan memilih untuk menjalankan aktiviti penipuan seperti black moneyInternet scamming serta penipuan harta dan wasiat.
Lebih parah lagi, golongan ini turut menganggu gugat keharmonian sosial dalam masyarakat Malaysia apabila berjaya memperdaya wanita tempatan untuk menjadi teman wanita lantas membawa kepada masalah baru iaitu anak luar nikah.
Oleh itu, pihak PPIM dan beberapa NGO lain menggesa pihak bertanggungjawab untuk mengambil tindakan segera bagi membendung gejala negatif ini dari terus berlaku.
* Satu sidang media akan diadakan esok (28 April 2015) bagi memperincikan usul yang akan dibawa mereka.
– MYNEWSHUB.CC

Sunday, April 26, 2015

2597) MKL CRIMEDESK - 24/04/15 - Ops BAH Dari Pelbagai Agensi dan NGO

2596) TV PPIM - 25/04/15 - PPIM Turut Serta Ops BAH DBKL

2595) THE SUN DAILY - 23/04/15 - Service Charge Stays

PUTRAJAYA: Hotels and restaurants will be allowed to impose service charge after all.
Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry secretary-general Datuk Seri Alias Ahmad said after a meeting with 14 associations and NGOs, and eight government agencies and ministries on Monday, the government had decided to let them maintain service charges.
"We have come to a collective decision, and the government has agreed to allow service charge to be imposed by hotels and restaurants," he told a press conference at the ministry today.
He said the government has not set a fixed amount for service charge that hotels and restaurants can impose, but noted that the standard practice in the country is 10%.
This is an about turn on the announcement by the minister, Datuk Seri Hasan Malek, who on April 13 said the ministry aimed to abolish the service charge after receiving much criticism from various consumers associations and consumers themselves.
Alias said today the decision was made after taking into consideration that the basic wages in some hotels are as low as RM350, and potential employees will shy away from working in the industry if the take-home pay is too low.
Alias, however, said hotel and restaurant operators imposing service charges will have to abide by a decision made at the meeting to:
» display notices at the premises to notify customers about the service charge to enable them to make a choice on whether to patronise the establishment; and
» have a collective agreement (CA) or an employment contract with their staff on the payment of service charge.
He said guidelines will be formulated by the ministry to ensure that hotel and restaurant operators adhere to rules on imposing service charge.
"It is still in the discussion stage, but we hope to finalise everything soon," said Alias, adding that the ministry will confer with the Attorney-General's Chambers on the regulations and guidelines first.
"In the meantime, if any cases crop up, we will refer to the Price Control and Anti-Profiteering Acts," he said.
Among those present at Monday's meeting were the Customs Department, Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF), Federation of Malaysian Consumers Associations (Fomca), Malaysian Muslim Consumers Association (PPIM) and the Malaysian Association of Hotel Owners.

2594) HARIAN METRO - 25/04/15 - Rakyat Malaysia Baik Hati




2593) KOSMO - 25/4/15 - Penjual Mungkin Ada Agenda Tersembunyi


2592) THE STAR - 25/04/15 - Consumers Beleaguered by Rising Costs Say 'No'



2591) UTUSAN MALAYSIA - 25/04/15 - Caj Perkhidmatan Dua Kali Ganda



2590) METRO AHAD - 19/04/15 - Anda Tanya? PPIM Jawab


2589) METRO AHAD - 19/04/15 - Umpan Hadiah Misteri Lumayan



2588) SUNDAY MAIL - 19/04/15 - PPIM: Muslims Cannot Pick and Choose What to Practice





Friday, April 24, 2015

2587) METRO AHAD - 05/04/15 - Anda Tanya? PPIM Jawab


2586) SINAR HARIAN - 22/04/15 - Isu Klon: Semak Status Kenderaan Sebelum Beli

Datuk Nadzim Johan

KUALA LUMPUR - Persatuan Pengguna Islam Malaysia (PPIM) menasihatkan pengguna agar menyemak status kenderaan sebelum membelinya bagi mengelak daripada memiliki kenderaan klon.
Ketua aktivisnya, Datuk Nadzim Johan berkata pengguna bukan sahaja berdepan dengan hukuman dari pihak berkuasa, malah terdedah kepada bahaya kerana tiada perlindungan insurans kemalangan yang disediakan.

"Ada segelintir pengguna sanggup mengambil risiko kerana mereka tidak faham kesan kepada diri sendiri serta orang ramai," katanya dalam kenyataan hari ini.
Baru-baru ini, Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM) bersama Jabatan Pengangkutan jalan (JPJ) membongkar kegiatan sindiket kenderaan klon susulan rampasan sebanyak 153 kenderaan berkenaan bernilai lebih RM13 juta di Terengganu.

Dalam operasi bersepadu itu, seramai 10 individu ditahan yang mana tiga daripada mereka merupakan orang tengah bagi sindiket itu. - Bernama

2585) HARIAN METRO - 24/04/15 - Pantau Jualan Atas Talian


Thursday, April 23, 2015

2584) KOSMO - 23/04/15 - Caj Perkhidmatan 10 Peratus Dibenar



2583) UTUSAN MALAYSIA - 23/04/15 - Hotel, Restoran Boleh Caj 10% Jika Ada CA



Sumber : http://www.utusan.com.my/berita/nasional/hotel-restoran-boleh-8232-caj-10-jika-ada-ca-8232-1.83897

2582) HARIAN METRO - 23/04/15 - Izin Caj Hotel


2581) BERITA HARIAN - 23/04/15 - Kajian Lanjut Wujud Perundangan Khusus


2580) KOSMO - 22/04/15 - 26 Premis Perniagaan Haram Diarah Tutup Berubah Wajah


2579) KOSMO - 22/04/15 - Kempunan Nak Rasa Duit KWSP



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