An Interesting Experience with a Malaysian Insurance Company

A few years ago, my parents and I went to the office of a Malaysian insurance company for a renewal.

Let’s start with why we went in the first place. It started when I asked my mum a few nights earlier about insurance. She then went to check the insurance policies and found out that they had expired. The thing is, this insurance company did not even bother to send renewal reminders. I mean, what sort of business are they running? Not bothering to send renewal reminders to customers translate into people forgetting to renew their insurance which translates into no money going into the company’s bank account.

In our insurance policies also, there were some mistakes. Under the beneficiary section, there was some random dude listed there. Somebody that we don’t even know. My mum had in fact called the insurance company a long time ago and they said “yeah yeah, we’ll change it right away.” At the office, we found out, the random fellow’s name is still there. So, what happens then if something happened to one of us (i.e my parents and I) ? Who’ll be getting the payout?

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Nadlique’s Blog of Financial Freedom featured in The Malay Mail

Nadlique’s Blog of Financial Freedom was featured in a Malaysian newspaper, The Malay Mail. Have a read of the feature here.

A huge thanks to Gabey Goh for that.

Click here for the feature.

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Is studying overseas and at the same time spending so much money worth it?

It is an understood perception in the Malaysian society that studying overseas is something “very important” in securing a bright and high-paying future, career wise.

How far is this true?

Here are some of my observations from my time in Australia.

It’s my fifth year of being here now. I started with a dual degree of Law (Gosh, how I miss telling people that I’m doing Law. Hehe.) and Commerce (Accounting). I’ve since dropped law and focusing on accounting alone. Planning to get back to Law later on though. Maybe part-time, after I’ve settled down and everything.

Anyway, back to my observations 😛

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Sufiah Yusof’s Family Blog: Correcting the Misconceptions (Shilpa Lee)

A fellow blogger just shared a useful information on the going-ons of Sufiah Yusof, or better known as Shilpa Lee now. Thanks Raf!

It’s of an article presumably written by the Yusof family (written by Halimahton herself maybe?) about the affairs surrounding Sufiah Yusof.

Have a look at the blog here >>> http://hyusof.com

Have a look at this particular post here >> http://hyusof.com/?p=4 . It is an answer to some of the misconceptions of the Yusof family.

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Exclusive: Sufiah Yusof’s (Shilpa Lee) Shocking Interview

In addition to my previous article “Sufiah Yusof became a prostitute. Sufiah Yusof menjadi pelacur“, I found this interview with Sufiah Yusof (Shilpa Lee) on the “News of the World” website.

The full interview is located here:

News of the World

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Malaysian prodigy Sufiah Yusof became a prostitute. Sufiah Yusof menjadi pelacur.

Do you still remember when a while back, our nation was put in awe with the news of Sufiah Yusof, a child prodigy, being accepted into one of world’s most prestigious university, Oxford, when she was only 13? Ever wondered what happened to her?

Well, after years of tormented life under her dad’s guardian (so it seems), and a failed marriage, she now calls herself Shilpa Lee and work as a £130-an-hour prostitute in Manchester.

Here are a couple of news articles:

From winning a place at Oxford, to running away to become a waitress at an internet cafe, to tying the knots at a young age, to becoming a £130-an-hour prostitute.

What a transformation huh?

From genius to hooker.

Also, consider this little fact. Her dad, Farooq, was also jailed recently. For what you ask? Well, for molesting two 15-year-old girls when he was tutoring them for maths!

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