According to information published on The Securities and Exchange Commission allows investment in senior funds for the amount of 13,000 baht, with a dividend of 3-5% weekly. The Anti-Fake News Center investigated the facts with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and found that the information mentioned It is wrong information
From an announcement inviting the SEC to invest 13,000 baht in a fund for the elderly with a dividend of 3-5% weekly, the SEC examined and clarified the information. This information is wrong. This amounts to providing investment information by falsely using the name of a listed company and the SEC logo without obtaining permission, and the SEC has no role whatsoever.
Therefore, people are requested not to believe such information. He requested cooperation not to send or share this information on various social media channels so that the public can obtain news and information from the Commission’s office, which can be followed on the website www.sec.or.th or for more information, call the SEC Help Center on 1207.
The bottom line of this story: the information is false. This amounts to providing investment information by falsely using the name of a listed company and the SEC logo without obtaining permission, and the SEC has no role whatsoever.
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