Thursday, February 28, 2008

Did Malaysia Finance Company employed gangster to collect loan from defaulter?

Today is a sad day for me being a Malaysian or perhaps being a Malay.

After having lunch in Seksen 14 , PJ with my office mate I walked to my car with my friend which was only 10 m from the road side restaurant , when I saw 6 people surrounded my car.

Six of them , all Indian looking like gangster prevented me from opening the car door and told me they had a notice from a local finance company to reposes the car. I did not read the letter but I can see the bank logo was there.

They ask for my name and IC , but I was reluctant to give . Somehow things got a little tricky when they mentioned a Chinese name being the owner of the car. So it was very clear that it was a mistaken identity but unfortunately the car number is the same so is the chassis number.

I requested to see the letter but was refused .I wanted take a photo of the letter but were refused by them. We started to argue but time was running out for me because I had to attend my Friday praying.

Finally they gave up and said the bank made a mistake. But I had no proof that the bank issued the letter to them.

It was embarrassing moment for me to be placed in this situation by a bank.

After Friday prayer I went to the bank where I normally made my payment and they confirmed that there was no Fourth Schedule issued under my name.

My conclusion.

[1] Were the people that harassed me genuine car repossessor employed by the bank. I think they were genuine and also rough kind of people. Why did I think they were genuine . They left us and went back to the restaurant pretending nothing had happen.

[2] Did the bank made a mistake. Yes . The bank will never admit they make the mistake and never admitted they employed a rough car repossessor company.

[3] Why I regretted . I was harassed for a wrong reason by a group of Indian employed by a Malay bank to harass a Malay.

[4] Were they gangster ?. Yes they look like one. They behave like one.

Why I am concerned.

My wife also drive this car once in a while so I am concerned she may be harassed by other re possessor employed by the bank.

The six Indian should not treated me like I don't belong to this country because I had never disrespect any other races . Whether they were legally employed by the bank or not.

The finance business run by moron who engaged gangster character to hassle people .

What I really regretted?

I did not take of the any photo of the event . I was already late for Friday praying

Should I make a police report?

No, I think the police should better spend their time looking for Sharlene.

What I will do next?

........ still thinking if I have enough evidence to name the bank in this blog.....

Do I have witness.?

more than 20 people watched the commotion.

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Impak maksimun : almost.....

Tiga buah bas pandu laju-laju...
Satu masuk parit , tinggal lagi dua

(Please dont think I enjoy publishing photos of vehicles involved in accident but I just dont like crazy driver ..

(Photo : along PLUS highway)

Kuching in Pictures 1841-1991

"Kuching in pictures 1841-1991" covers the period from the reiggn og James Brooke, 1st Rajah (1841-1868) , and Charles Brooke the 2nd Rajah of Sarawak (1868-1917) , Charles Vyner Brooke (1918-1941) , the Japanese Occupation (1941-1945), the British Colonial Era (1946-1963) and after independence .

The book was compiled by Mr Ho Ah Chon and published in 1992 with preface written by Tan Sri Datuk Ong Kee Hui.

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Accident at Jalan Tengkera, Melaka

I was on my way driving back to meet my parent
last week when I saw this accident . Fortunately no
body was hurt.

It was a rare opportunity for me to get this close with
my Pocket camera which I always complained
being too slow compare to my DSLR.

In this situation I found Pocket camera serve its purpose
even though my SLR was on the seat next to me.

Shot 1

Shot 2

Shot 3

Shot 4

Monday, February 11, 2008

Beat the Drum Dear Guest

What The Management says:
Kindly drum the 'beduk' for a few second for bellmans' assistance:

Next time you visit Awana Kijal, pretend there is no Bellman around and start hitting the drum. Since the Bellman was so efficient I had no chance to make the noise. So dear guest ... pretend you did not see the bellboy..otherwise you never get the chance..."The Guest"

Sunday, February 3, 2008

The Dinding Bridge

The Dinding Bridge
Originally uploaded by Templar_Tan
The Dinding Bridge

The Dinding Bridge, the longest river bridge in Malaysia. Now renamed as Raja Permaisuri Bainun Bridge.