SC Warns Public Against Purchasing Fake SC Licensing Exam Questions
24 October 2018   |   Kuala Lumpur
The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) today warned the public against buying fake exam questions relating to SC Licensing Examinations (SCLE) from unauthorised online and third-party sources.

The regulator stressed that only its learning and development arm, the Securities Industry Development Corporation (SIDC), is authorised to conduct the licensing examinations and to provide materials for the SCLE.

The warning came after a website claimed to sell “the latest Malaysia SC Exam Questions” to the general public. The SC has also received complaints from members of the public that they did not receive the materials after purchasing them from the website.

Members of the public are urged to be wary of websites and third-party sources claiming to be affiliated with the SC or the SIDC offering such materials and are advised to contact the SIDC at 03-6304 8665 or [email protected] if they come across such websites.


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