A direct selling company based in Shah Alam is alleged to have cheated some 100,000 victims to the tune of 150 million ringgit.
The members had each invested at least 7,500 ringgit for special packages in the company, with the promise of high returns.
The group today approached Kelana Jaya's Parliamantary coordinator, for help, in getting the money back.
The members said the company has been in business for the past two years.
They said everything had gone smoothly, until the company suddenly closed its business last February.
So far, 450 police report have been lodged against the company.
The group plans to seek legal redress, to retrieve their money.