Emgoldex Scam Victim in Hong Kong was told that PCG could only forward their complains to the Office of the Undersecretary for Migrants Workers Affairs (OUMWA), and a court case, if warranted, could be filed against those culprit that are involved in the bogus scheme according to the report from HongKongNews Filipino household service workers (HSW) are in fea that their recruiter, who's also an OFW, will flee to Canada from Hong Kong after they have invested in the Emgoldex scam. Vice Consul Alex Vallespin was asked by the victim who complained against a certain MJ if they could bar him from leaving Hong Kong. \u201cSabi ko sa kanila, kahit sa Pilipinas,\u00a0ang korte lang ang magsasabi kung ang\u00a0isang akusado ay hindi paalisin ng bansa,\u201d\u00a0Vallespin said. More than 488 OFWs in Hong Kong fell to Emgoldex investment scam and are accusing MJ for using the money for his personal benefit. MJ, on the other hand, denied that he is leaving Hong Kong, instead says that his Canadian-based girlfriend will be arriving in Hong Kong very soon. \u201cMatagal pa iyang sa Canada, plano pa lang iyan at saka depende pa iyan sa girlfriend ko,\u201dMJ said. MJ also promised to pay the 255,000 Pesos until June of this year for the seven accounts that has not been encoded in their "Germany-based" company as per the agreement that he signed at the Consulate. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in Manila has sued Emgoldex, Global Intergold, and Prosperous Infinite for allegedly selling unregistered securities without a license. As early as February 20, 2015, the SEC issued an advisory against investing in Emgoldex. Emgoldex leaders earlier claimed that investing P1,000 in the \u201cPinoy Style Patak Patak\u201d could earn the invetors P5,000 to P10,000. A placement of P35,000 will have an interest of between P180,000 and P360,000.