Sydney, Australia and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 18 June 2020 – Mun (Australia) Pty Ltd and Mun Global Sdn Bhd have been made aware of the existence of various scams stemming from the shortages of personal protective equipment (PPE) in Australia and Malaysia. Unauthorised parties are claiming to have access to PPE including GloveOn gloves and PrimeOn face masks in efforts to swindle money or sell counterfeit products to end users. The below provides further details into these fraudulent activities:
Unauthorised parties have been claiming to be affiliated with Mun or its parent company Hartalega, alleging they are involved in the sale and marketing of the GloveOn range on its behalf. As part of their claims, they are stating they can provide volumes of stock, photos and videos to support their claims, and fake documentation including test reports and certification. Please be advised that these claims are fraudulent, and Mun and Hartalega have NO AFFILIATION with these unauthorised parties.
UPDATE (17/12/20): Watch this video from our parent company Hartalega for further information
Glove Scam Information
Face masks packaged in PrimeOn boxes have been appearing on social media sites claiming to be official product. Investigations by Mun have confirmed that these masks are counterfeit and SHOULD NOT be purchased due to uncertainty in their safety and quality.
When looking to purchase PPE from Mun Global, please approach Mun directly or contact one of the authorised distributors listed on our website http://munglobal.com.au/where-to-buy/.
Whilst every effort is being made to stop these scams, we ask for your help in notifying us if you or your customers are approached so we can track their source. Thank you for your support and please remain vigilant to scams and counterfeit PPE products in the market.