Direct Sales And Anti-Pyramid Scheme Act 1993

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Laws of Malaysia Act Reprinting 500 direct selling Act and anti-pyramid scheme 1993 As on 1 March 2013 issued by Commissioner of law revision, under the authority of Law Revision Act 1968 2013 2 laws of Malaysia Act 500 direct selling Act and anti-pyramid scheme 1993 date of Royal Assent of the ... ... more 22 January 1993 the date of publication in the Gazette of ... ... more February 4, 1993 last amended through Act a1379 which commence on............ 1 March 2011 REPRINT Before Reprinting the first......... 2007 direct sales and Anti-Pyramid Scheme 3 laws of Malaysia Act 500 direct selling Act and anti-pyramid scheme 1993 arrangement of sections part i preliminary section 1. short title, commencement and application 2. interpretation 3. The controller, Deputy Controller, etc.
Part ii the will to seek a license to conduct business direct sales 4. Business direct sales shall be carried out only with licence 5. Submission of application for licence 6. The granting or refusal give licence 7. (Cut)
8. Cancellation of license 9. Imposition of limits in lieu of revocation of licence 10. authority to impose new conditions and to modify or cancel the terms of 11. notice of revocation of a licence, the imposition of a limitation or alteration, cancellation or imposition of new conditions 12. Surrender of licence 13. prohibition of the exercise of the business of direct sales when licenses revoked, expired, or surrendered 4 laws of Malaysia Act 500 section 14. Authorisation to carry out activities after the cancellation of 15. Amendments to the constituent documents or change of licensee 16. appeal against the decision of the controller part iii sales door-to-door And Postal Orders, sales and sales through electronic transactions 17. visited any premises for the purpose of negotiating a door-to-door sales of 18. people who negotiate sales door to door must present identity card and card powers 19. sales order posting 19a. sales via electronic transactions 20. contents of advertisements in sales orders post 21. offence if gives false information in ad 22. goods shall be available for inspection part iV direct selling contracts 23. direct sales contract requirements 24. the contents of the contract of sale direct part V cooling-off period And the termination of 25. goods or services cannot be dihantarserahkan or exercised during the cooling-off period 26. 27. Termination of contract effect of termination of Part Va prohibition of pyramid scheme 27a. interpretation relating to this section 27B Sizzler anti-ship. illegal to promote or carry out a pyramid scheme and direct selling Schemes Pyramid Anti-5 part Vi enforcement of Section 28. Statement of position of 29. Search and seizure with warrants 29a. Search and seizure without a warrant 29B. Assistant Controller can lead others 29c. Access to computerized data 29d. List of things seized 30. power to arrest 31. Penghalangan officers 32. a warrant is admissible notwithstanding defects, etc.
33. power of investigation 33a. the power to require the attendance of the person who has knowledge of the case 33B. Examination of the people with knowledge of the case 33c. admissibility of statements as evidence of 34. Prosecution 35. Forfeiture of property, etc.
36. no costs or damages possible arising from seizure 36a. the cost of holding property, etc., seized part Vii miscellaneous 37. specific contract terms are prohibited from 38. offences by body corporate, etc.
39. the General Penalties 40. Compounding of offence 41. jurisdiction to try the offence 42. power to grant exemption 6 laws of Malaysia Act 500 Section 43. Protection Guard, Deputy Controller, Assistant Controller and other officers 43a. Whistleblower protection 44. Regulations 45. Amendment of schedule schedule of direct sales and Anti-Pyramid Scheme 7 laws of Malaysia Act 500 direct selling Act and anti-pyramid scheme 1993 an act to provide for the licensing of persons carrying on business of direct sales, direct sales, of regulation for prohibition of pyramid scheme or arrangement, scheme or arrangement for our own distribution, or any scheme or arrangement similar thereto, and for other matters connected therewith.
[1 June 1993, P.U. (B) 152/1993] be it enacted by the Seri Paduka baginda yang di-Pertuan agong with the advice and consent of the Dewan negara and Dewan rakyat in Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows: part i preliminary short title, commencement and application 1. (1) this Act may be cited as the * direct selling Act and anti-Pyramid Scheme 1993 and shall come into force on such date as the Minister may, by notification in the Gazette, and different date can be set for start the currency of different provisions in this Act.
* NOTE — see section 4 and 5 of the direct sales Act (Amendment) order 2010 [Act A1379].
8 laws of Malaysia Act 500 (2) this Act shall apply throughout malaysia and only in respect of — (a) consultation carried out after the date this Act comes into his powers, leading to the formation of the direct sales contract; and (b) direct sales contracts made after this Act comes into power, despite negotiations that led to the formation of the contract may have been held before that date.
(3) this Act shall not apply — (a) if the purchaser or prospective purchaser is a body corporate;
(b) to any contract of insurance and re-insurance issued by an insurer registered under * the Insurance Act 1963 [Act 89]; and (c) for any takaful and retakaful contract issued by a registered takaful operator under the takaful Act 1984 [Act 312].
(4) the provisions of this Act do not affect the hire purchase Act 1967 [Act 212], sale of goods Act 1957 [Act 382], of the Contracts Act 1950 [Act 136] and of the companies Act 1965 [Act 125], and if there is a discrepancy between the provisions of this Act with the provisions of any act that, the provisions of this Act shall apply.
interpretation 2. In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires — "goods" means every type of movable property other than right in the action, negotiable instruments, shares, debentures and money;
"prescribed" means prescribed by regulations;
* NOTE — this Act repealed by tclah Insurance Act 1996 [Act 553] — see subsection 214 (1) of Act 553.
Direct sales and Anti-Pyramid Scheme 9 "electronic" means technology that uses electricity, optical, magnetic, electromagnetic, biometrics, photonik or such other technology;
"property" means every description of movable or immovable property, whether tangible or intangible and includes an interest of any movable or immovable property rights in action, negotiable instruments and money;
"advertisement" includes every form of advertising (whether or not included with or relating to oral or written words or writings or other sounds and whether or not contained or released in a given publication) via exhibition notice or by using the catalogs, price lists, labels, cards or documents or other materials or by sinematograf film shows or pictures or photographs, or by using radio or television , or by any other means;
"direct sales" means sales of door-to-door sales, or post sales orders through electronic transactions within the meaning of this Act;
"sales through electronic transactions" means the sale of goods or services electronically by using network marketing for the purpose to earn commissions, bonuses or any other economic benefit;
"the post order sales" means the sale of goods or services carried out by a person, either personally or by any person duly authorized by him, by accepting the tender for the contract of sale by post or any other delivery method including electronically;
"door-to-door sales" means the sale of goods or services carried out in the following ways: (a) any person or any person authorized by him — (i) go from one place to another place other than a fixed place of business; or (ii) make a phone call, the 10 laws of Malaysia Act 500 mencar i those who are willing to enter into contracts as the buyer for the sale of goods or services; and (b) the person who first mentioned or any others after that or later negotiate with potential buyers for the purpose of creating the contract;
"Minister" means the Minister responsible for domestic trade and Consumer Affairs;
"buyer" means the person to whom goods or services supplied or to be supplied under a contract and, if the right person is moving through the force of law, including those who are currently entitled to that right;
"Controller", "Deputy Controller and Assistant Controller" means the controller of their respective direct selling, direct sales, Deputy Controller and Assistant Controller of direct selling appointed under section 3;
"seller" means a person who provides or agrees to provide goods or services under a contract and, if the right person is moving through the force of law, including those who are currently entitled to that right;

"regulations" means regulations made under this Act;
"service" includes any type of right or interest except for the supply of goods and the performance of work under a contract of service, and a reference to the word "services" in this Act shall in connection with direct sales and pyramid scheme;
"a fixed place of business" means — (a) in relation to the sale of goods, the place where the seller usually do business or the place where the goods of the description and direct selling Schemes Pyramid Anti-11 with him in relation to the sale, or similar items, or normally offered or displayed for sale in the course of our business in that place;
(b) in relation to the sale of services, the place where the seller doing business;
"cooling off period" means the period of ten days starting on the day after the date of the making of a contract of sale at all.
the controller, Deputy Controller, etc.
3. (1) the Minister may appoint, from amongst public officers, a Guard direct sales and so the number of Deputy Controller of direct sales, Assistant Controller of direct sales and other officers as may be necessary for the purposes of this Act.
(2) the controller shall, subject to the direction and control of the General Minister, carrying out the duties imposed on it and perform the rights and powers conferred upon him under this Act and the regulations.
(3) the Deputy Controller, Assistant Controller and other officers appointed under subsection (1) shall be under the direction and control of the guard.
(4) kecual i as provided in subsection (5), a Deputy Controller can perform all the duties imposed on and do all such rights and powers granted to the Controller under this Act.
(5) the duties to be performed and the rights and powers to be exercised by the controller under section 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13 and 14 shall be executed and performed by his own Guards.
12 laws of Malaysia Act 500 (6) the controller or the Deputy Controller can perform all the duties imposed on and perform all the powers granted to the Assistant Controller under this Act or the regulations.
(7) all officers appointed under this section shall be deemed to be public servants within the meaning of the Penal Code [Act 574].
Part ii the will to seek a license to conduct business direct sales business direct sales shall be carried out only with a licence 4. (1) subject to section 14 and 42, no person shall carry on any business direct sales unless it is a company incorporated under the companies Act 1965 and holding a valid licence granted under section 6.
(2) any person who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence and, on conviction, may — (a) if that person is a body corporate, partnership or Corporation, to a fine not exceeding one million dollars and, for the second time or subsequent, liable to a fine not exceeding two million dollars;
(b) if that person not being a body corporate, partnership or body, a fine not exceeding two hundred and fifty thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years or to both common and, for the second time or subsequent, liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred thousand dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding ten years or both.
Direct sales Pyramid Scheme and Anti-13 (3) If a person, who is a Director, Manager, Secretary or other similar officer of the body corporate that, the partner in the partnership or office bearer of the Organization, as the case may be, commits an offence under this section by virtue of section 38, he shall be liable to the penalties provided under paragraph (2) (b).
submission of application for licence 5. (1) an application for a license to conduct business direct sales referred to in section 4 shall be made by submitting an application in writing to the Controller along with — (a) a copy of the memorandum and articles of the Association or other constituent document under which the applicant was established, which duly verified through statutory declaration made by a Director of the applicant;
(b) a copy of the audited balance sheet, profit and loss account and report, if any, auditors and directors of the applicant, if applicable, the most recent;
(c) a statement of — (i) the name, place and date of incorporation of the applicant;
(ii) the name, place and date of incorporation of the Corporation relating thereto;
(iii) key business and operational areas of the applicant and its related corporation;
(iv) the name and address of the applicant's directors and its related corporation, and the name and address of the substantial shareholder, within the meaning of section 69d of the companies Act 1965, the applicant and its related corporation; and (v) marketing and trading schemes or marketing and trading scheme proposed by the applicant in respect of that business; and 14 laws of Malaysia Act 500 (d) any other information or document as may be specified by the controller for the purpose of deciding the application and determine the suitability of the applicant for the licence.
(2) for the purposes of subparagraph (1) (c) (iv), reference to a company under section 69d of the companies Act, 1965 shall be construed as including a private company.
(3) At any time after receipt of an application and before the application is determined, the controller may, by written notice, require the applicant or any person who became or will become a Director or Manager of the applicants provide information or additional documents.
(4) the matters specified under paragraph (1) (d) or requirement under subsection (3) may vary between different applicants, or applicants of the class, category or different descriptions.
(5) an application under this section may be revoked at any time before the application is approved or rejected.
(6) where any information or additional documents required under subsection (3) is not provided by the applicant or Director or Manager, as the case may be, within the time specified in the requirements or any extension of that time granted by the Controller, the application shall be deemed to have been revoked and cannot be directly managed, but without prejudice to the making of new applications made by the applicant.
(7) any person who gives information or document that is false or misleading under this section commits an offence.
the granting or refusal give license 6. (1) when an application together with the documents and information required under section 5 is received, the controller may grant the licence, with or without conditions, or he may refuse to grant the license without assigning any reason for such refusal.
Direct sales Pyramid Scheme and Anti-15 (2) the controller may, on giving a licence under subsection (1), require the applicant to pay any amount of the fee prescribed.
(3) for the purposes of subsection (2), different fees may be prescribed in respect of the class, category or description of different applicants.
(4) any licensee who fails to comply with any of the conditions of licence imposed by the controller under subsection (1) commits an offence.
7. (Cut by the Act A1379).
cancellation of licence 8. (1) the controller may revoke a licence granted under section 6 if he is satisfied that — (a) the licensee has failed to comply with any obligation imposed upon him by or under this Act or the regulations;
(b) the licensee has violated any condition imposed under the license, or any other provisions of the license, or any provision of this Act or the regulations, regardless of that there is no prosecution for an offence in respect of the infringement;
(c) the licensee or any person who became or will become a Director, Manager, Secretary or similar officer of the others in the licensee, whether in connection with the application for the licence, or at any time after the grant of the licence, provide information that is false, misleading or inaccurate to the Controller;
(d) the interests of those who deal with the licensee or purchaser interest threatened in any way, whether by way of the licensee carries on or proposes to carry out its business or for any other reason;
16 laws of Malaysia Act 500 (e) the licensee has ceased to exercise any one or more of the fields of business for which it is licensed;
(f) a compromise or arrangement with creditors have been made in respect of the holder of the licence;
(g) a receiver or Manager of the business of the licensee has been appointed; or (h) possession was taken, by or on behalf of the holders of any debentures bercagarkan charges, will any of the licensee's property comprised in or subject to the charge.
(2) the controller shall cancel a licence granted to the licensee under section 6 if he is satisfied that — (a) a winding-up order has been made against the holder of the licence; or (b) a resolution for voluntary winding up of the licensee has been approved.
imposition of limits in lieu of cancellation of license

9. (1) where the controller is satisfied that there is a reason that allows the power to revoke a licence under subsection 8 (1) but it is not circumstances warrant such a cancellation, the controller can restrict the license with — (a) impose any limitations on the duration of the license as he deems fit;
(b) impose such conditions as it may deem desirable or expedient to protect buyers or potential buyers or other person dealing with the licensee; or (c) impose both restrictions and conditions that.
(2) a limitation on the duration of a licence cannot be such a way that allows the license remain in force for a period longer than a direct sales and Anti-Pyramid Scheme 17 years from the date of the applicable limitations; and limitations can be imposed in a particular case when the Controller is of the opinion that the licensee should be allowed to pay the purchaser or other person dealing with it in a way that properly.
(3) the conditions imposed under this section may, in particular: (a) require the licensee to take certain steps or do not use or continue a form of action or limit its scope in accordance with a certain way; or (b) prohibits the licensee make any transaction or class of transactions, or allow it to make such transactions subject to any limits or conditions as stated.
(4) any conditions imposed under this section may be varied or revoked by the controller and any limitation imposed under this section over the duration of the license may be modified but not up to allow the license remain in force for a period longer than the period provided for in subsection (2).
(5) k e g a g a l a n m e m a t u h i m a n I a-m a n a s y a r a t y a n g imposed under this section shall be a ground for cancellation of license but not menidaksahkan any transaction.
authority to impose new conditions and to alter or revoke terms 10. The controller may at any time impose new conditions on a licence given under section 6, or amend or cancel any conditions imposed on the licence under section 6 or under this section, or may vary or revoke any conditions already changed under this section.
18 laws of Malaysia Act 500 notice of revocation of a licence, the imposition of a limitation or alteration, cancellation or imposition of new conditions 11. (1) ter tak luk to section 12, j if the controller intends — (a) to revoke a licence under section 8;
(b) to restrict a licence under section 9 or vary any limit or condition under that section; or (c) to vary or revoke any conditions, or impose any new conditions under section 10, he shall give the licensee written notice of his intention to do so, stating the type of action proposed and reason which he intends to take such action, and he shall give the licensee an opportunity to make representations in writing thereon within fourteen days from the date of delivery of the notice.
(2) after the expiry of fourteen days referred to in subsection (1) and after considering any representations made by the licensee under that subsection, the controller shall decide: (a) whether to proceed with the proposed action;
(b) whether it will not take further action;
(c) if the proposed action is to cancel the license of the licensee, whether to restrict the license, as replacement, under section 9; or (d) if the proposed action is to restrict the licence under section 9, or to change any limits under section 9, or to change a condition under section 10, either to limit or change the limit or to vary the conditions with different ways.
Direct sales and Anti-Pyramid Schemes 19 (2a) Notwithstanding subsection (2), if there is no representation made by licensee after the expiry of fourteen days from the date of service of the notice under subsection (1), the controller may decide to continue with the actions proposed under subsection (1).
(3) the controller shall give the licensee written notice of its decision under subsection (2) or (2a), and such decision shall come into force from the date of the written notice served upon the holder of such licence.
surrender of licence 12. (1) a licensee may surrender his/her license by sending it to the Controller together with the notice of the surrender.
(2) submission of bal CI a licence shall come into operation on the date of the license and the controller receives a notice under subsection (1) or, if a later date specified in the notice on the date of the later of it.
(3) Notwithstanding subsection (1) and (2), if a licence is revoked, the holder of such licence shall submit his/her license in delivery to themselves to the Controller within fourteen days from the date the written notice served upon the holder of a licence under subsection 11 (3).
(4) any person who contravenes subsection (3) commits an offence and, on conviction, may — (a) if that person is a body corporate, partnership or Corporation, to a fine not exceeding two hundred thousand dollars;
(b) if that person not being a body corporate, partnership or Corporation, to a fine not exceeding one hundred thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.
20 laws of Malaysia Act 500 (5) If a person, who is a Director, Manager, Secretary or other similar officer of the body corporate, a partner in a partnership or an office bearer of the Organization, as the case may be, commits an offence under this section by virtue of section 38, he shall be liable to the penalties provided under paragraph (4) (b).
prohibition of the exercise of the business of direct sales when licenses revoked, expired, or surrendered 13. If cancellation of a licence granted under section 6 has come into force, or the period imposed on a licence as a limit under section 9 has been exhausted, or a surrender under section 12 have come into operation, the company to which such licence was granted shall therefore immediately cease carrying on any business in respect of which the license has been given.
authorisation to carry out activities after cancellation 14. The controller may, in writing, authorize a company whose licences have been revoked to conduct its activities for a term specified by the controller in the authorisation, but only for the purpose of winding-up its affairs or for purposes beneficial to the buyer or any other person dealing with it.
amendments or changes in constituent documents licensee 15. Every licensee shall, within three months after the making of any amendment or change to any document konstituennya, giving details of the Controller in writing duly verified through statutory declaration made by an independent licensee that, about the amendments or changes it.
Direct sales Pyramid Scheme and Anti-21 appeal against the grant guard 16. (1) any person aggrieved by any decision of the controller under this section may appeal to the Minister in the prescribed manner within one month from the date of such decision diberitahukan to that person.
(2) the decision of the Minister on an appeal under subsection (1) shall be final.
Part iii sale door-to-door And Postal Orders, sales and sales through electronic transactions Coming into any premises for the purpose of negotiating a door-to-door sales 17. (1) No person shall come to any premises for the purpose of negotiating a door-to-door sales on the day and between the time appointed.
(2) any person who visited any premises for the purpose of negotiating a door-to-door sales shall be immediately stated the purpose of his/her trip before entering the premises and shall leave the premises upon request of the occupant of the premises or any person acting under the authority of real or implied from the occupants.
(3) any person who contravenes this section commits an offence.
People who negotiate sales door to door must present identity card and card power 18. (1) any person who negotiate sales door to door should demonstrate to potential buyers — (a) the country of registration of identity card; and (b) his card shall contain such information as may be prescribed.
22 laws of Malaysia Act 500 (2) any person who fails to submit the national registration identity card or card power or presenting the card power that contains any false or misleading information commits an offence.
(3) any person who produces any power card that contains any false or misleading information commits an offence.
sales order post 19. (1) No person shall supply or advertise to supply, through postal order, any goods or services except in accordance with this Act or the regulations.
(2) any person who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence.

sales via electronic transactions 19A. (1) No person shall supply in sale, or advertise to supply, through electronic transactions, any goods or services except in accordance with this Act or the regulations.
(2) any person who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence.
contents of advertisements in post order sales 20. (1) an advertisement by any person supplying goods or services through postal order shall include — (a) the name and licence number of the person;
(b) the address of such person, which cannot be a p.o. box number;
(c) the telephone number of the person;
(d) a detailed description of goods offered or services to be provided;
Direct sales Pyramid Scheme and Anti-23 (e) the place and time of a sample of the goods may be inspected;
(f) the price of goods or services thereof;
(g) the cost of penghantarserahan, if any, and how penghantarserahan, the goods; and (h) the time goods or services that can be expected to be dihantarserahkan or executed.
(2) any person who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence.
offence if gives false information in ad 21. any person who provides false or misleading information in an advertisement for the supply of goods or services through postal order commits an offence.
Goods shall be available for inspection 22. (1) a person who supplies the goods via postal order shall provide a sample of the goods for inspection of the public at the place and at the time as specified in the advertisement.
(2) any person who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence.
Part iV contract direct sales direct sales contract requirements 23. (1) a contract in respect of the door-to-door sales for the supply of goods or services value are set, and a contract with respect to mail order sales — (a) shall be in writing;
24 laws of Malaysia Act 500 (b) shall include, immediately before the place provided for the signature of the buyer, the statement "this contract are subject to the cooling-off period for ten working days" printed with capital letters in print that are not less than 18 point times; and (c) shall be signed by the seller and the buyer both common.
(2) If a contract with respect to direct sales made by a person authorised by the seller, person i tu shall be deemed to the seller for the purpose of this section.
(3) a purchaser to enter into contracts to which subsection (1) applies shall be given duplicate copy immediately after the contract is made.
(4) failure to comply with subsection (1) shall make the contract void.
(5) failure to comply with subsection (3) shall make the contract voidable at the option of the buyer.
contents of direct sales contract 24. (1) a contract in respect of direct sales shall include details of the following: (a) a detailed description of goods or services to be provided or, if the contract provide for the conduct of the kind described work, details of the work;
(b) contract terms for the contract, including the total consideration payable or provided by the buyer, or if the total consideration is uncertain at the time the contract is made, how the amount will be calculated;
(c) the time, place and mode of payment is to be made;
Direct sales Pyramid Scheme and Anti-25 (d) the time and place for penghantarserahan of goods or for the implementation of the service; and (e) a notice in the prescribed form that tells buyers about its rights to terminate the contract before the expiry of the cooling off.
(2) failure to comply with subsection (1) shall make the contract void.
Part V cooling-off And termination of the goods or services cannot be dihantarserahkan or executed in cooling-25. (1) except in a case when subsection (2) applies, there are no goods can be dihantarserahkan and no services can be implemented under a contract in respect of an direct sales until the cooling-off period has expired.
(2) where a buyer, who has made a contract in respect of an direct sales, presented a notice in writing to the seller requires the seller menghantarserahkan goods or perform the services at any time before the expiry of a grace, he shall be deemed to have waived its rights to terminate the contract under section 26.
(3) Notwithstanding subsection (2), no notice under that subsection may be served to the seller before the expiry of seventy-two hours from the time the contract is made.
(4) No dealer or other person may receive any money or other consideration from a buyer under a contract made under this Act before the expiry of the cooling off.
(5) any seller or other person who contravenes this section commits an offence.
26 laws of Malaysia Act 500 26 termination of contract. (1) a purchaser who has made a contract in respect of a direct selling may terminate the contract by delivering to the seller notice in the prescribed form at any time prior to expiration cooling stating his intention to terminate or withdraw from the contract.
(2) the notice mentioned in subsection (1) shall be served by delivering it to the seller or by sending it by registered post to the address specified in the contract.
(3) if notice is mailed in accordance with subsection (2), the notice shall be deemed to have been duly delivered to the seller when the expiration period of three days from the date the notice is mailed.
27. Effect of termination If notice of termination has been given in accordance with section 26 — (a) a contract relating to such notice shall be deemed to have been terminated by mutual consent and never effective; and (b) any contract of guarantee relating to the contract hendak1ah be deemed to have never been in force.
Part Va prohibition of pyramid scheme in relation to the interpretation of this section 27A. In this section, unless the context otherwise requires — "promote", in relation to a pyramid scheme prohibited by this Act, means — (a) mengikhtiarkan, prepare, create, plan, advertise, operate or carry out using any instrumentality thereof including through electronic transactions; or direct sales and a pyramid scheme of Anti-27 (b) induce or attempt to induce any other person to become a participant in the scheme by using any instrumentality, including through electronic transactions;
"person" means an individual, body corporate, partnership or body;
"participant" means a person who joined or acquire interest in a pyramid scheme;
"pyramid scheme" means any scheme, arrangement, plan, operation or process a chain collision with all or any of the features set out in the schedule.
Illegal to promote or carry out a pyramid scheme 27b Sizzler anti-ship. (1) No person shall promote or cause to be promoted a pyramid scheme.
(2) any person who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence and, on conviction, may — (a) if that person is a body corporate, partnership or Corporation, to a fine not less than one million dollars and not more than ten million dollars and, for the second time or subsequent, liable to a fine of not less than ten million dollars and not more than fifty million dollars;
(b) if that person not being a body corporate, partnership or Corporation, to a fine not less than five hundred thousand dollars and not more than five million ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years or to both and, for a second or subsequent, liable to a fine of not less than one million dollars and not more than ten million ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding ten years or both.
28 laws of Malaysia Act 500 (3) If a person, who is a Director, Manager, Secretary or other similar officer of the body corporate, a partner in a partnership or an office bearer of the Organization, as the case may be, commits an offence under this section by virtue of section 38, he shall be liable to the penalties provided under paragraph (2) (b).
Part Vi Enforcement statement position 28. every officer appointed under this Act, when acting on any person under this Act or the regulations, shall immediately declare his Office and shall, when requested, indicate, to the person against whom he is acting that, any card as instructed by the Controller so that carried by the officer.
Search and seizure with warrants

29. (1) If a magistrate finds, based on the written information on oath and after such inquiry as he thinks necessary, that there is reasonable cause to believe that an offence under this Act or the regulations is being or has been committed in any premises, the magistrate may issue a warrant empowering any Assistant Controller named in the warrant to enter the premises at any reasonable time either during the day or evening , with or without assistance and if necessary by force.
(2) a warrant issued under subsection (1) may authorize the Assistant Controller for — (a) search the premises for, and seize any property, documents or computerised data reasonably believed to be able to give evidence of the Commission of the offence;
Direct sales Pyramid Scheme and Anti-29 (b) remove from the premises any property, documents or computerised data seized under paragraph (a) and hold it for any period it deems necessary by the Assistant Controller;
(c) examine any person on the premises if the Controller Assistant has reason to suspect that the person has himself any property, documents or computerized data, including private documents, reasonably believed to be able to give evidence of the Commission of the offence and seize the property, documents or the computerized data;
(d) remove from the person who inspected under paragraph (c) of the property, documents or computerised data such seized under paragraph that and hold it for any period it deems necessary by the Assistant Controller; and (e) examine, make sal inan, or take extracts from, any property, documents or computerised data seized and detained under paragraph (b), (c) and (d).
(3) if required to do so, an Assistant Controller can be in exercising any of its powers under subsection (1) — (a) break open any door of any premises that and enter the premises;
(b) enter with force any premises and every part of the premises;
(c) breaking open, examine and search any article, container or container;
(d) remove by force any barriers to entry, search, seizure, removal or detention which he is empowered to carry it out; or (e) detain any person found in any premises until the search is completed.
30 laws of Malaysia Act 500 (4) where, by reason of the type, size or its recoverable amount, it is not practical to remove any property, documents or computerised data seized under subsection (1), the Controller Assistant shall, in any way, prevent property, documents or computerized data in the premises or container in which it was found.
(5) any person who, without the authority of a valid break, interfere with or damage lak referred to in subsection (4) or moving any property, documents or computerised data dilak or attempting to do so commits an offence.
Search and seizure without a warrant 29A. If one of the Assistant Controller in any of the circumstances referred to in section 29 has reasonable cause to believe that by reason of the delay in obtaining a search warrant under that section, investigation will be affected or evidence of Commission of the offence may be interrupted, moved, defaced or destroyed, the Assistant Controller that can enter the premises and perform in, on and in respect of premises that all the powers referred to in section 29 in a way that fully and adequately as if he is authorised to do so by a warrant issued under that section.
Assistant controller can lead others 29b. any Assistant Controller of entering any premises by virtue of section 29a can take with him any other person and any equipment as it deems necessary, and when leaving any premises that has been dimasukinya in the exercise of its powers under this section he shall, if the premises not occupied or if the occupants are not available at the time, left it secure from intruders as before he entrance fee.
Direct sales Pyramid Scheme and Anti-31 access to computerised data 29c. (1) an Assistant Controller running a search under this Act shall be given access to computerised data, whether stored in a computer or otherwise.
(2) for the purposes of this section, "access" — (a) include the given password, code encryption, encrypting code, software or hardware to be and any other means required to enable computerized data is understood; and (b) has the meaning assigned to it by section 2 (2) and (5) computer crime Act 1997 [Act 563].
list of things seized 29d. (1) where any property, documents or computerised data seized under this part, the Assistant Controller shall, as soon as practicable, prepare a list of things seized and of the place where the property, documents or computerised data that each was found and handed over a copy of the list signed by him to the residents of the premises have been searched, or ask your agent or pekhidmatnya , the on-premises.
(2) if the premises are not occupied, Assistant Controllers shall when possible post up the list of things seized it in conspicuous place in the premises.
power to arrest 30. (1) an Assistant Officer may arrest without warrant any person whom he has reason to believe have committed an offence under this Act.
(2) any person who has been arrested under subsection (1) shall thereafter be treated as provided through criminal procedure code [Act 593].
32 laws of Malaysia Act 500 penghalangan officer 31. (1) any person who — (a) refuses to allow any officer appointed under this Act or any other person referred to in section 29B access to any premises, or not submit himself for examination;
(b) mengamang preventing menggalang or delay or otherwise interfere with an officer who is appointed under this Act or any other person referred to in section 29B entry into the premises while he is entitled to enter into the premises or in discharging its duties under this part;
(c) fails to comply with any lawful demand any officer appointed under this Act in discharging its duties under this part;
(d) refuses to give any officer appointed under this Act, any property, documents or computerised data reasonably required of them and that he has the power to give it away;
(e) not disclose any information or submit to, or hide or attempt to hide from an officer appointed under this Act, any property, documents or computerised data required by the officer;
(f) take back or trying to take back any thing seized accordingly;
(g) before or after any search or seizure, break or otherwise destroy any article to prevent its seizure, or keeping secure any property, documents or computerized data;
(h) without the legal power break, interfere with or damage lak referred to in section 29 or moving anything thing dilak or attempting to do so; or direct sales and Anti-Pyramid Scheme 33 (i) prevent in any way any officer appointed under this Act in carrying out its responsibilities under this Act, commits an offence and, on conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.
(2) if any person, in giving any information as referred to in subsection (1), makes any statement which he knows or has reason to believe is false, he commits an offence and, on conviction, be liable to the penalty referred to in that subsection.
(3) (struck by A1379 Act).
A warrant is admissible notwithstanding defects, etc.
32. A warrant issued under this Act is valid and acceptable notwithstanding any defect, error or omission therein or in the application for the warrant and any property, documents or computerised data seized under the warrant shall be admissible as evidence in any proceedings under this Act or the regulations.
power of investigation of 33. (1) an Assistant Controller has the authority to investigate the Commission of any offence under this Act or the regulations.
(2) an Assistant Controller who investigate the Commission of an offence under this Act or the regulations may exercise all the powers or any powers in connection with the investigation of the police in the case of offences can capture provided under the criminal procedure code.
34 the laws of Malaysia Act 500 power to require the attendance of the person who has knowledge of the case

33A. (1) Someone Assistant controllers make an investigation under this Act or the regulations may, by order in writing, require the attendance before it of any person who in the opinion of the Controller, the Assistant has knowledge of the facts and circumstances of the case, and such person shall attend as so required.
(2) if any person refuses to attend as so required, Assistant Controller may report such refusal to a magistrate who shall issue a warrant to secure the attendance of such person as may be required by an order made under subsection (1).
examination of the people with knowledge of the case 33b. (1) an Assistant Controller who makes an investigation under this Act or the regulations may examine orally any person alleged to have knowledge of the facts and circumstances of the case and shall change into writing any statement made by the person examined.
(2) the person examined under subsection (1) shall be bound to answer all questions relating to such case put to him by the Assistant Controller, but that person may refuse to answer any question that the answer may tend to expose him to a criminal charge or penalty or forfeiture.
(3) a person who makes a statement under this section shall be legally bound to state the truth, whether or not the statement was made in whole or in part in answering that question.
(4) the Assistant Controller that examine a person under subsection (1) shall first inform that person of the provisions of subsection (2) and (3).
Direct sales Pyramid Scheme and Anti-35 (5) a statement made by any person under this section shall, when possible, transformed into writing and signed by the person making it or affixed with cap head jarinya, as the case may be, after — (a) the statement was read out to him in a language he made it; and (b) he is given the opportunity to make any corrections he wanted.
admissibility of statements as evidence of 33c. (1) except as provided in this section, no statement made by any person to the Assistant Controller in the course of an investigation made under this Act or the regulations may be used as evidence.
(2) when any witness called on behalf of the prosecution or defense, other than the accused, the Court shall, at the request of the accused or the Prosecutor, referring to any statement made by the witness to the Assistant Controller in the course of an investigation under this Act or the regulations and may then, if deemed fit by the Court in the interest of Justice, direct that the accused be given a copy of the statement and the statement can be used to challenge the credibility of the witness in the manner provided by the act evidence 1950 [Act].
(3) if the accused has made a statement during an investigation, the statement is admissible as evidence in support of his defence during the trial.
(4) no nothing in this section shall be deemed to apply to any statement made in the course of the parade cam or covered by section 27 or paragraph 32 (1) (a), (i) and (j) of the description of 1950.
36 laws of Malaysia Act 500 (5) upon any person charged with any offence in relation to — (a) manufacturing; or (b) the content of, any statement made by him to the Assistant Controller in the course of an investigation made under this Act or the regulations, the statement can be used as evidence in the prosecution case.
prosecution * 34. No prosecution for or in connection with any offence under this Act or the regulations may be instituted except by or with the written consent of the public prosecutor.
forfeiture of property, etc.
35. (1) all property, documents or computerised data seized in exercise of any power conferred under this Act shall be dilucuthakkan.
(2) an order for forfeiture or for the release of any property, documents or computerised data seized in exercise of any power conferred under this Act shall be made by the Court before which the prosecution in respect of the property, documents or computerised data that was held and an order for the forfeiture of property, documents or computerised data shall be made if the j dibukt fish until the Court is satisfied that an offence under this Act has been committed and that the assets of the computerized data, document or matter is or has been used in committing the offence, though none has been convicted of the offence.
* NOTE — see subsection 22 (2) direct selling Act (Amendment) order 2010 [Act A1379].
Direct sales Pyramid Scheme and Anti-37 (3) if there is no prosecution in respect of any property, documents or computerised data seized in exercise of any power conferred under this Act, property, documents or computerised data shall be taken and deemed to have dilucuthakkan upon the expiry of one calendar month from the date of delivery of the notice to the person from whom the property, documents or computerised data that seized indicating that no prosecution has been made with respect to the property , documents or computerised data that, unless a claim thereto made prior to that date in the manner specified in subsection (4), (5) and (6).
(4) any person who asserts that he is the owner of the property, documents or computerised data referred to in subsection (3) and that the property, documents or computerised data that is not property, documents or computerised data that can dilucuthakkan can give written notice in person or by his agent authorized in writing to an Assistant Controller that he was claiming the property, documents or computerised data that.
(5) when the notice referred to in subsection (4) is received, the Assistant Controller shall refer the notice to the Controller or the Deputy Controller, who may, after any investigation necessary, direct that the property, documents or computerized data is released or dilucuthakkan or refer the matter to the magistrate to get the decision.
(6) a magistrate to whom a matter referred to it under subsection (5) shall issue a summons requiring the person who pointed out that he is the owner of the property, documents or computerised data and the person from whom the property, documents or computerised data that seized so that appear before the magistrate, and when they are present or if they default to appear, having proved the fair presentation thereof, the magistrate shall continue to examine the matter and when proven that an offence under this Act has been committed and that property, documents or computerised data that matter is or was used in committing the offence shall order that the property, documents or computerized data of the dilucuthakkan and if not proven such shall order that the property, documents or computerized data is released.
38 the laws of Malaysia Act 500 (7) all things forfeited or deemed to have been forfeited shall be submitted to the Assistant Controller and Controller according to the instructions in lupuskan.
(8) if any goods seized in exercise of the powers conferred under this Act is of the type that easily destroyed or if the goods care involves expenses and unreasonable hardship, the goods can be sold at any time and the proceeds held pending the results of any prosecution or a claim under this section.
There are no costs or damages possible arising from seizure 36. No person shall, in any proceedings before any court in respect of the seizure of any property, documents or computerised data seized in the exercise or purported exercise of any power conferred under this Act, be entitled to the costs of the proceedings or, subject to section 35, get any damages or other relief unless the seizure has been made without reasonable cause or perhaps.
the cost of holding property, etc., seized 36A. If any property, documents or computerised data seized in the exercise of any power under this Act held in the custody of the Government pending the settlement of any proceedings in respect of an offence under this Act or the regulations, the costs of holding the property, documents or computerised data that's in custody shall, if any person is found guilty of an offence under this Act or the regulations , be a debt due to the Government by the person and shall be obtained accordingly.
Direct sales and Anti-Pyramid Scheme 39 part Vi a variety of specific contract terms are prohibited from 37. (1) a contract to which this Act applies may not contain — (a) any provision purporting to remove, restrict, or modify any rights given to a buyer through this Act; or (b) any provision of the kind prohibited by the regulations.

(2) where a contract to which this Act applies contain a provision contrary to subsection (1), the provision that is null and the vendor and any person authorized by him to make the contract, each, commits an offence.
offences by body corporate, etc.
38. (1) where any offence against any provision of this Act or the regulations has been committed by a body corporate, partnership or Corporation, any person that at the time of the offence committed was a Director, Manager, Secretary or other similar officer of the body corporate that, the partner in the partnership or office bearer of the Organization, as the case may be, or purporting to act on any such properties , or by any manner or to any extent is responsible for the management of the Affairs of any body corporate, partnership or body, or assist in the management of such, committed such offence unless he proves that it was committed without authorized or tolerated by him and that he has carried out all efforts to prevent the Commission of the offence as he ought to have been conducted by him , after taking into account the type of functions on the property and after taking into account all the circumstances.
40 laws of Malaysia Act 500 (2) if any person (in this subsection referred to as "the principal") will be liable to any penalty or penalties under this Act for any act, omission, negligence or default, he shall be liable to the same punishment or penalty for every act, omission, negligence or default of the employee or his agent, or employee of the agent, if the acts, omissions, negligence or default it was committed by an employee of the principal in the course of his career , or by the agent when acting on behalf of the principal, or by employees of the agent in the course of her employment with the agent or otherwise on behalf of the agent.
General penalty 39. (1) any person who commits an offence under this Act or the regulations for which no penalty expressly provided shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding one hundred thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years or both, and for the second time or the next he may be liable to a fine not exceeding two hundred and fifty thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years or both.
(2) any body corporate, partnership or corporation that commits an offence under this Act or the regulations for which no penalty expressly provided shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding two hundred and fifty thousand dollars, and for the second time or the next it may be liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred thousand dollars.
(3) If a person, who is a Director, Manager, Secretary or other similar officer of the body corporate, a partner in a partnership or office bearer of the organisation, as the case may be, are, by virtue of section 38, guilty of an offence under this Act or the regulations for which no penalty expressly provided, he shall be liable to the penalty provided under subsection (1).
Direct sales Pyramid Scheme and Anti-compounding of offences 41 40. (1) the controller or the Deputy Controller can compound any offence under this Act or the regulations may be prescribed as offences can compound to receive from the person reasonably suspected to have committed such offence a sum of money not exceeding a specified amount.
(2) when payment is received under subsection (1), no further proceedings may be taken against that person in respect of the offence and if any items have taken title, the goods can be released, subject to such conditions as may be imposed.
(3) the power to compound an offence under subsection (1) shall be carried out by the controller or the Deputy Controller of his own.
Jurisdiction to try the offence 41. Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, a sessions Court shall have jurisdiction to try all offences under this Act or the regulations and to impose full penalties provided for the offence.
the power to grant exemptions 42. (1) the Minister may, by order, exempt, subject to such conditions as he thinks fit to impose, any person or class of persons, or any business or class of direct selling direct selling business of all or any of the provisions of this Act or the regulations on the ground — (a) that as a result of the direct sales business will be used solely for the purpose of charitable, social, religious, welfare or education;
(b) that people who want to sell goods or provide services that people with disabilities;
42 laws of Malaysia Act 500 (c) that people who want to sell goods or provide services that are, in the ordinary course of its business, are required to provide the goods or services including by way of direct sales transaction for the buyer; or (d) that the grant of exemption to the person or the direct selling business will not, in the opinion of the Minister, to the detriment of the buyer.
(2) the Minister may, at any time, by order published in the Gazette, revoke any order made under subsection (1) if he is satisfied that the exemption is no longer appropriate to continue given.
Protection Guard, Deputy Controller, Assistant Controller and other officer 43. no action or prosecution can be brought, instituted or maintained in any court against the guards, Deputy Controller, Assistant Controller or any other officer duly appointed under this Act for or for or in respect of any action ordered or made for the purposes of enforcing this Act and the regulations, and no suit or prosecution can be brought in any court against any person for or for or in respect of any Act made or purporting to be made by him under the orders, directives or instructions the controller, Deputy Controller, Assistant Controller or any other officer appointed under this Act if the Act made in good faith and with a reasonable belief that such action is necessary for the purposes that are intended to be achieved by it.
protection to whistleblowers 43A. (1) except as provided in this section, no witness in any civil or criminal proceedings may be required or permitted to disclose the name or address of any informer or fill out the information and type of information received therefrom or declare any matter that may cause the whistleblower known.
Direct sales Pyramid Scheme and Anti-43 (2) where any property, documents or computerised data or evidence that may be inspected in any civil or criminal proceedings contain any entry in which any informer is named or described or which might cause the whistleblower known, the Court shall cause to such closed all entries from sight or deleted to the extent necessary to protect the informer of the unknown.
(3) If during a trial for any offence under this Act or the regulations, the Court after conducting full investigations about the case believe that the informant intentionally make in aduannya a statement of material which he knows or believes is false or does not believe to be true, or if in any other proceedings the Court is of the opinion that justice cannot be done entirely among the parties to the proceedings without knowing the whistleblower , the Court may require the production of the original complaint, if in writing, and to authorize the inquiry and require full disclosure concerning the informer.
regulations 44. (1) the Minister may, from time to time, make regulations as are necessary or expedient for giving full effect to the provisions of this Act, to implement or achieve the objects and purposes of this Act or any of its provisions, or to implement more, better or easier provisions of this Act.
(2) without prejudice to the generality of subsection (1) regulations may be made — (a) to regulate the production, circulation or distribution of documents, whether advertising, prospectuses, circulars or notice, containing — (i) an invitation to any person to become a participant in the direct selling scheme; or 44 laws of Malaysia Act 500 (ii) information planned to induce, directly or indirectly, any person to become participants in such schemes, or to prohibit any such documents from release, dikelilingkan or distributed unless the documents comply with the requirements as to matters to be included or not included in the document as may be prescribed by regulations;
(b) prohibit the seller or any seller, or any participant, in the direct selling scheme, from —

(i) supplies any goods to a participant in the scheme;
(ii) provide any training facilities or other services for such participants;
(iii) provide any goods or services under a transaction made by such participant;
(iv) as a party to any arrangement y a n g d i b a w a h n y a b a r r a n g-b a r r a n g a t o r services supplied or provided such as referred to in subparagraph (i), (ii) or (iii); or (v) receiving from any such participants of any fee, or any undertaking to make payment in respect of any goods or services supplied or rendered as referred to in subparagraph (i), (ii), (iii) or (iv) or in respect of any goods or services are supplied or rendered, unless such (in any such case) requirements as may be prescribed are complied with;
Direct sales Pyramid Scheme and Anti-45 (c) prohibits the provision or class specific provisions than are included in a contract to which this Act applies;
(d) regulate all matters related with the direct selling scheme and conduct direct sales;
(e) prescribing the conduct for the seller or the participants connected with something direct selling scheme;
(f) prescribing offences under this Act or the regulations can be compounded, the amount of the compound and the procedure to be followed in mengkompaunkan offences; and (g) prescribing anything that may be or is required to be set.
(3) the powers conferred to the Minister under this section can be run to — (a) makes a violation of any provision of the regulations be an offence;
(b) provide different — (i) in relation to a description or class of different direct sales scheme to which this Act applies;
(ii) in relation to the direct sales scheme operating from or been in operation on the date specified in the regulations; or (iii) in relation to a description or class of different participants in such schemes.
(4) for the purposes of this section, "participant" means a person who takes part in the scheme include direct sales and distributors, resellers, agents, wholesalers and buyers.
Amendment of schedule 45. the Minister may, by order published in the Gazette, amend the schedule.
46 laws of Malaysia Act 500 Table features a pyramid scheme or Arrangement [section 27a] 1. Promotion of a scheme or payment of bonuses or other benefits is more than just spy or primarily through recruitment or the introduction of participants into the scheme, plan, operation or process our own pyramid compared to the sale of goods, services, or intangible property of the participant. 2. bonus payable to the participant or any other benefits received by the participant solely or primarily through recruitment or the introduction of other people into the scheme, plan, operation or process our own pyramid compared to the sale of goods, services, or intangible property of the participant or other person.
3. A contract written or statements that describes the material terms are not provided to the participant Agreement participating in the scheme, plan, operation or process our own pyramid.
4. Purchase required goods, services, or intangible property or the minimum payment or requirement imposed as a condition of the sale to meet the requirements of the initial requirements for eligibility or participation or payment of bonuses or other benefits in the scheme, plan, operation or process our own pyramid.
5. Participants are required to purchase goods, services, or intangible property that are not reasonable in amount exceeding expectations for resale or purchased in a reasonable period of time. Participants were not given full freedom in the purchase but they are urged to to buy a package of items selected to meet the requirements to qualify their sales ranked or bonus scheme, plan, operation or process our own pyramid.
6. Policy payback for goods, services, or intangible property purchased by the participant or user is not available.
7. Policy buyback by operator scheme, plan, operation or process our own pyramid for goods, services, or intangible property that can be marketed at this time at the request of a participant in a reasonable terms or agreement not allowed or available.
8. structural requirements, scheme, plan or process handling our own strict pyramid or unreasonable for qualifying participants to be paid bonuses or other benefits.
9. personal Retreat by the participants of the scheme, plan, operation or process our own pyramid is not allowed.
Direct sales and Anti-47 10 Pyramid Schemes. Participants are allowed or encouraged to buy more than one position or right to participate in the scheme, plan, operation or process our own pyramid.
Explanation 1 — a reference to the words "bonus or other benefits" relates to return or profit derived from a scheme, plan, operation or process our own pyramid.
Explanation 2 — a reference to the words "material terms" includes buy back policy, cooling, warranties and payback policies.
3-description of the goods or services should not be used can be marketed at this time and is not subject to the characteristics specified if goods or services the seasonal, discontinued or special promotion items is disclosed to participants at the time of sale.
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