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  • 12 Dec 2017

Dato’ Sri Jessy Lai and PPPM WP KL Holds Meeting In Preparation for Launch of PPPM WP Kuala Lumpur Office


Founder and Group CEO of MONSPACE Dato’ Sri Jessy Lai, recently appointed Chairperson of the Association for Consumer Protection Malaysia WP Kuala Lumpur branch (PPPM WP KL) and Chairperson of PPPM’s Womens Bureau, has attended a PPPM WP KL committee meeting on 5 December 2017 at The Earth, Bukit Jalil.

Founded in 2009, PPPM is a non-government organisation open to all Malaysians above the age of 18. Its purpose is to protect Malaysian consumers, listen to their complaints, assist the government in monitoring the markets, and act as the bridge between consumers and the government. It has branches across Malaysia, in Perak, Johor, Selangor, and Pahang.


The purpose of the meeting on 5 December was to prepare for the launch of PPPM WP KL’s office, which is scheduled to happen on 17 December 2017.

“PPPM has always stood at the forefront when it comes to protecting consumer rights in Malaysia. Since Kuala Lumpur is one of the biggest business hubs of the nation, the diligent preservation of consumer rights is especially important. We are very glad to launch the local office in service of all who reside in Kuala Lumpur,” said Lai. 

Others who were present at the meeting include Tan Sri Mohd Bakri Zinin, the advisor of PPPM Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, and other committee members of PPPM Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.

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  • 25 Nov 2017

PPPM Hosts Committee Meeting and Attended 2017 Mega Sales 2017 Carnival Organized by Ministry of Domestic Trade (KPDNKK)


On 24 November 2017, The Association for Consumer Protection Malaysia (PPPM) held a national committee meeting at Syuen Hotel, in Ipoh, Perak. They were also invited by the Ministry of Domestic Trade (KPDNKK) to attend the 2017 Mega Sales Carnival (Karnival Jualan Mega 2017) held the next day.

Founded in 2009, PPPM is a non-government organisation open to all Malaysians above the age of 18. Its purpose is to protect Malaysian consumers, listen to their complaints, assist the government in monitoring the markets, and act as the bridge between consumers and the government. It has branches across Malaysia, in Perak, Johor, Selangor, and Pahang. PPPM’s chairperson is its founder, Dato’ Mohd Firdaus Abdullah.

On 3 November, PPPM had its annual members’ meeting, where chairperson and members from branches around Malaysia met to discuss the organisation’s agenda.

On 24 November, another national committee meeting was held. The agenda this time was to gather all state representatives for a dialogue about consumer rights. In this meeting, delegates discussed PPPM’s future position, new roles, innovations, and ways to improve the credibility, and influence of the organisation to elevate consumers’ protection in Malaysia.


 In the meeting, extensive reports were presented by delegates concerning pressing issues such as competition strategy, globalisation, e-commerce, the improvement of consumer protection and updates about each branch and department’s work.

Chairperson Dato’ Mohd Firdaus Abdullah also shared key achievements of PPPM since its founding, and its vision for the future.

Dato’ shares that as globalisation progresses, listening to consumer complaints and improving transparency in consumer protection are the main goals of PPPM moving forward. 


After the national committee meeting on 24 November, PPPM was also invited by the Ministry of Domestic Trade (KPDNKK) to attend the 2017 Mega Sales Carnival (Karnival Jualan Mega 2017) held on 25 November.

The main goal of said carnival is to allow consumers to purchase goods at reasonable prices while stimulating the national economy. The Ministry of Domestic Trade also hopes to introduce PPPM to more consumers through the carnival, improving consumer rights awareness. 

The Mega Sales Carnival was held in 2016 in Johor Bahru, and generated RM11 million in sales volume, successfully giving a boost to the national economy.

This time, the carnival is held in conjunction with the Perak Tourism Year, introducing the state of Perak to Malaysians through the event. Vendors and businesses from around Malaysia would gather in Perak to offer the best deals to consumers. 

PPPM fully supports this carnival, and wishes to introduce itself to the public as a non-profit organisation that fights for the welfare of consumers.

The 2017 Mega Sales Carnival (Karnival Jualan Mega 2017) opening ceremony was officiated by Minister Of Domestic Trade, Cooperatives, and Consumerism Dato' Seri  Hamzah Bin Zainudin and Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia Dato' Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi. 

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  • 08 Nov 2017

Dato’ Sri Jessy Lai, Chairperson of PPPM WPKL, Appoints Committee Members at PPPM General Meeting


Founder and CEO of MONSPACE Dato’ Sri Jessy Lai, recently appointed as Chairperson of the Association for Consumer Protection Malaysia (PPPM) WPKL branch and Chairperson of PPPM’s Womens Bureau, has appointed 18 members to the committee of PPPM WPKL on 3 November 2017 at a general meeting held at Palace of the Golden Horses.


Founded in 2009, PPPM is a non-government organisation open to all Malaysians above the age of 18. Its purpose is to protect Malaysian consumers, listen to their complaints, assist the government in monitoring the markets, and act as the bridge between consumers and the government. It has branches across Malaysia, in Perak, Johor, Selangor, and Pahang.


“Being trustworthy is one of the basic expectations consumer have of corporations. In a market where competition is stiff, most businesses are able to maintain their integrity for fear of losing customers. Nevertheless there will always be those who seek to mislead or cheat consumers for quick profit. That’s why we need a strong team to help preserve the rights of all consumers,” said Lai. 

Notable names among the committee members appointed include Princess of Perak Raja Yong Sofia Bt. Sultan Azlan Shah, who is active in her advocacy for public interests such as healthcare and access of education for the needy, making her a good fit as head of the PPPM WPKL Education Bureau. Dato Sri Ang Lai Hee, who has served as persident of the Malaysia Chinese Traders Association, is also aptly appointed as head of the Chinese Society Bureau. 


The full list of PPPM WPKL’s new committee members appointed are: 

1.      NAIB PENGERUSI 1LIEW KON SANG
2.      NAIB PENGERUSI 2: LIM SEE CHONG
3.      NAIB PENGERUSI 3:YAP TECK KUEN
4.      SETIAUSAHA: SHAHRUL NIZAM B. HASSAN
5.      PENOLONG SETIAUSAHA:TENG SHOOK MEN
6.      BENDAHARI:TANG CHIN BEE
7.      PENOLONG BENDAHARILIEW KONG TENG
8.      BIRO KESIHATAN: DR. LEE CHEE PHENG
9.      BIRO USAHAWAN: YUVARAJA A/L G PACHIAPER
10.   BIRO KEBAJIKAN: HANIZA ZAHARUDIN
11.   BIRO PENDIDIKAN: RAJA YONG SOFIA BINTI SULTAN AZLAN SHAH
12.   BIRO ANTI DADAH: MR GEW
13.   BIRO HAL EHWAL WANITA: PUAN SRI NISA BAKRI
14.   BIRO HAL EHWAL IMIGRESEN: CHOONG HIN SEONG
15.   BIRO PENGADUAN PENGGUNA: AGNES TANG YET KIEW
16.   BIRO HAL EHWAL MASYARAKAT CINA: DATO SRI ANG LAI HEE
17.   BIRO SUKARELAWAN PEMANTAUAN HARGA: DENNIS MOOK WAI KONG
18.   BIRO ADUAN JUALAN LANGSUNG DAN PELABURAN : ANDREW GOH BENG OOI

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