If you are an insurance agent or
financial advisor, you never want to
get called out by the regulatory
In Singapore case, it is the
Monetary Authority of Singapore
(in short, MAS).
Long story short.
This agent has been actively creating
content on social media but someone
anonymously made some accusation
about him and got him called up by MAS.
I introduced him to my lawyer to
help him sort things out.
But from my POV, he did nothing wrong.
I think it is the work of a jealous competitor.
His company’s compliance team
has also cleared him so all good.
But this begets a question.
Are what you are doing on
social media LEGAL?
Are you unknowingly breaking copyright
laws or your own company’s compliance
And to make matters worse, Singapore is
updating the copyright laws which will directly
impact content creators, which is you and I.
FYI, these laws will come into effect
by November 1.
This is why I have taken the liberty of
inviting my lawyer who is an expert with
social media law to come and speak to you
about how you can avoid getting into
trouble with the law.
There is only one catch.
He is a super shy lawyer haha so
he doesn’t want a big class.
This is why I am limiting the web consult
into just 100 people.
Mind you, this email is sent out to 50K
And I have reserved 40 for my EPIC stars.
So we only have 60.
Will there be a recording?
I got to get clearance from the lawyer too
since he is doing this as a favour for me.
So I suggest you attend the live session.
This way you can ask questions too
and get immediate answers.
We have titled the web consult as
So if you are actively creating content
on social media, do yourself a favour
and make time for this web consult.
What if you are not from Singapore?
Will what my lawyer shares with you be
Reason is because many other countries
here in SE Asia look to Singapore as a
leader in law making so these new laws
that are passed in Singapore will eventually
make its way to your country.
So sign up too, this will help you gain
an unfair advantage over your peers.
Creation Industry Your #1 fan, Eric Feng
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