PETALING JAYA: Since Johnson Lee’s arrest, two Facebook pages of controversial investment scheme JJPTR have been taken down.
Other pages which have been posting regular video updates from the JJPTR founder have also gone silent.
Before this, the pages uploaded video after video reassuring investors that they will get their money back, but this stopped after police revealed that five of the scheme’s bank accounts had been frozen.
The only new posting on Johnson’s own Facebook account was from a JJPTR representative complaining he had been kicked out of their chat group.
The “cyber silence” extended to Johnson’s father Lee Thean Chye, the largest shareholder in JJPTR Global Network Holdings Bhd.
A former assistant professor at Southern University College, Thean Chye last posted a cryptic message on May 10, saying he does not need to be concerned with what others think of him.
It was earlier reported that JJPTR would be holding a vegetarian dinner banquet at Berjaya Times Square this Saturday. Berjaya Times Square confirmed that the dinner was still on.