Updates as on 13-06-2018 @ 12 noon: It is so refreshing to note the culprits are behaving themselves a little bit. There is no change to the professional profile of Ms Elizabeth Ken on LinkedIn Website as of 12 June 2018 (i.e. Elizabeth Ken the “Media Specialist Dallas Media Group” with the same interest in Redberry Media Group). Yours truly hopes that the culprits will not mess around with the documents connected to the scandalous GEEKO’s transaction like what they have done to the said Elizabeth Ken’s profile on Linkedin.
Yesterday, we shared the above image to provide an interesting insights into the relationship between Yg Bhg Dato’ DR Siew Ka Wei (“Dato’ Dr Siew”) and Ms Elizabeth Ken through Redberry Media Group and Geeko Tech Sdn Bhd (“GEEKO Tech“), in HERE.
To digress a little, yours truly believe that we are all very impressed with Dato’ Siew Ka Wei’s great achievement for the doctorate degree!. It is believed that his thesis for the doctorate has to be on “Corporate Governance” and Harvard that awarded it to him. Congratulation Dato’ DR Siew!
No wonder he was so good and transparent in business dealings that could be easily seen in the “Speedy Gonzales” Deal that was concluded in one day (4 April 2018), HERE.
Dato’ Dr Siew Is Connected to Redberry Media Group & Tourism Malaysia (“TM”)
Dato’ DR Siew is the Chairman of Tourism Malaysia (“TM”), executive Chairman of Ancom Bhd, Redberry Media Group, director of Titanium Compass Sdn Bhd (“Titanium”) and Puncak Berlian Sdn Bhd (“Puncak”), both of which share common registered office and company secretary with Geeko Tech Sdn Bhd (“GEEKO”), HERE.
Titanium had been awarded with an exclusive 10 years contract for advertising in the MRT and stations, HERE. See how “Hebat” is Titanium!
Screenshot Of The Image Of Elizabeth Ken’s Professional Profile On Linkedin.com Captured On 31 May 2018
One glaring revelation from the above screenshot was that Elizabeth Ken’s professional profile on Linkedin.com showed her to be both a founder of GEEKO Tech and also, concurrently, Media Specialist at Redberry Media Group.
After yours truly published these insights into her deeper relationship with the Redberry Media Group in the morning of 11 June 2018, in HERE, another search for “Elizabeth Ken” today (12 June) revealed a different result. The profile for the “Redberry Media Specialist and Founder of Geeko Tech” cannot be found.
The closest match we can see is this profile for Elizabeth Ken which can be seen in the image below:
At first glance, it would appear that this profile belongs to a young Caucasian lady who is a Media Specialist at Dallas Online Media Group in the United States, and not the Malaysian founder of Geeko Tech. This has shown Ms Elizabeth Ken’s a very capable business woman and creative.
However, the first thing that seems curious is that this lady is ALSO “interested” in the Redberry Media Group. While it is highly unlikely that someone from the US is also following the same company, it’s possible … but it would be a huge co-incidence. It’s also a co-incidence that these two women, half a world apart, share the same name, are in the same business and have exactly the same number of Linkedin connections!
Side by side pictures of mobile screenshot
The most interesting thing to note about this Linkedin profile, is that the profile URL (or web address) – https://www.linkedin.com/in/elizabeth-ken-5534796b/ – is exactly the same as the one for the now missing Founder of Geeko Tech as can be seen from the above picture with the image of a Caucasian girl.
It must be noted that the profile of the website address (URL) of both images are the same.
Clearly, someone, in an effort to cover their tracks, has hurriedly amended Ms Elizabeth Ken’s profile to show that they work for a different company, in a different country, uploaded with a random photo of a Caucasian and more importantly, removed all mention of their involvement with Geeko Tech and Redberry Media Group. WHY was it done? To cover up the connections?
The Footprints Were Left To Stare At Us
Well done, yours truly say, but unfortunately for them, they forgot to delete their Interest in Redberry Media Group, and more critically, overlooked the fact that each and every Linkedin profile has an unique website address (URL) which cannot be changed by the user – regardless of what you do to your profile page, that URL remains the same.
They would have been better off just deleting the profile completely, rather than trying to be too clever and ultimately showing the world that they really aren’t very clever at all; definitely not the kind of cock-up you would expect from a digital media and marketing consultant entrusted with the management of the RM99.693 million with Tourism Malaysia account.
Whoever trying to doctor the evidence, please try harder next time!
The above is for the benefits of the readers of of this blog and for MACC and the Auditor-General to take note when they go deeply into the “Speedy Gonzales“ Deal costing the rakyat RM99,693 million.