Philippines SEC Advisory on PAYASIAN / PAYA COINS

November 18, 2019 – The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Enforcement and Investor Protection Department issues an advisory against PAYASIAN SOLUTIONS PTE. LIMITED/PAYASIAN PTE. LIMITED CORPORATION for enticing the public to invest in the cryptocurrency called “PAYA COINS” (PAYA).

According to SEC, PAYASIAN’s investment scheme is promising a return based on different types of compensation plans. The 1st type is the “Buy, Hold, and Earn” option where the investor buys PAYA COIN and hold it for 6 months, after which the investor will receive additional PAYA rewards after the “Fund Blocking”. SEC said the scheme is “in other words, you will earn even though you don’t do anything.” The 2nd option is the “Referral Reward Option,” where the user will earn from referring others.

SEC said the investors need to exert any effort other than to pay the subscription fee in order to earn:

“Hence, they may opt to contribute funds only so that it may be used as trading capital by the company or to pay profits or returns to earlier investors. As their famous line states “kumikita kahit natutulog, walang invite, or walang ginagawa.”

Furthermore, SEC also found out the following:

  • that the address of “PAYASIAN SOLUTIONS PTE. LTD” is located in Singapore
  • that there is no “PAYASIAN SOLUTIONS PTE. LTD” registered with the SEC as a corporation
  • that a “PAYASIAN PTE. LTD CORPORATION” is registered with the SEC on August 9, 2019 with the primary purpose of engaging in the “business of buying, selling, distributing, marketing, retail, and wholesale”. The registration confirms that it cannot engage in investment solicitation without a secondary license.

On a separate note, a thread on crypto forum Bitcointalk alleges that the “Team Members” behind PayAsian are not real people, claiming that the photos of the team members are stock photos or grabbed from the internet:

On the same Bitcointalk thread, a user claims that PAYASIAN’s Singapore Address is occupied by a different company.

Concerning virtual currencies through PAYASIAN’s “PAYA COINS”, SEC reiterates its advisory on Initial Coin Offerings, which generally refers to the first sale of tokens to the public. When a virtual currency can be classified as a “security”, it must be registered with the SEC, with which PAYASIAN did not (or currently underway, as claimed by its promoted). Simply, if the company does not have the secondary license, they cannot solicit investments.

With that, SEC advisees the public to STOP INVESTING on any investment scheme in connection to PAYASIAN. It also said that anyone who acted as salesmen, brokers, dealers, or agents  may be prosecuted and held criminally liable. The public is encouraged to send information regarding PAYASIAN through the SEC Hotline 02-8818-6046 or to

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