Monthly Archives: October 2011

Falsified signature

Let’s not speculate about whether the signature on the document was forged or not. For all you know, it might have been perfectly executed. But on the other hand, it could have indeed been a forgery. At the centre of … Continue reading

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Snippets: Network to build rapport

You don’t have to feel like you are seeking charity when you ask family members or friends to hook them up to a job opportunity. When you network with people, think of it as a relationship-building process. As you go outside … Continue reading

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Planning for retirement should start early

A Bernama report in today’s newspapers quotes the president of the Malaysian Financial Planning Council (MFPC), Vincent Kwo, as saying that the populace should plan for their retirement at a very young age. “Most young people do not bother to … Continue reading

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Credit card liability: ABM’s affirmation statement

In case anyone’s concerned whether the newspaper report on the limit of credit card liability in case of a fraudulent use can be believed, here is a press statement that appeared on the website of the Association of Banks in … Continue reading

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Credit card loss: what’s your liability?

I know that it is an old story but since I haven’t posted it on the blog yet, this is as good a time to do so! The issue is the loss of a credit card and the subsequent fraudulent … Continue reading

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Digital inheritance

If you are reading this, you must be one of countless people with Internet access. Chances are that you would have an account with Yahoo or Google or Hotmail. With social media being such a rage, chances are also very likely that you are on facebook. Possibly, LinkedIn. You may have also stored some personal data on Flickr or Picasa, or purchased some space in a digital cloud somewhere. Congratulations. You have one more thing to worry about: what happens to all this information once you die. Continue reading

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