By Sarah Ooi
Everyone desires to have extra money and such a lot people work flat out to generate profits. in spite of the fact that, there are a few between us who whinge that their cash isn't really sufficient yet rather than incomes their funds, they take the straightforward method and conspire to cheat and con others to accomplish their skill. situations featured during this ebook contain the landlord of a on-line weblog store who provided cut price items that didn't exist; the assurance agent who bought her millionaire shopper a non-existent top rate coverage; the 4 most sensible cooks from luxurious inns charged with corruption in a S$1 million kickback case; the head doctor who seriously overcharged her international consumers; a syndicate that cloned ATM playing cards to scouse borrow from a huge financial institution. those are the tales of the boys and ladies who allow their love of cash get the higher of them.
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This infringed existing guidelines due to a conflict of interest. In February 2008, the MOH then turned over the investigation to the Commercial Affairs Department (CAD). ARREST After a five-month investigation into Ren Ci, Ming Yi was arrested for criminal breach of trust. His trial began on 15 July 2008, a day after he relinquished his positions at the charity. He posted police bail of $200,000 and was allowed to leave the CAD. He was also allowed to travel, subject to various conditions. TRIAL Ming Yi faced 10 charges of defrauding the charity, forgery and helping to falsify its accounts, forging documents to cheat the auditors and providing false information to the Commissioner of Charities (COC).
Unable to raise the money in such a short time, Mr Ong then contacted AIA directly with the intent of asking for additional time to raise the premium amount. AIA then informed Mr Ong in January 2008 that the Thank You Policies were in fact, non-existent. Instead, it was discovered that of the four policies Low took out in Mr Ong and his wife’s names, three were policies that Low had tricked them into surrendering in 2005 and 2006, the very same ones that were supposedly a result of the computer glitches.
He also found that Ming Yi had wrongfully granted a personal loan to Yeung and that the money was not a loan to Mandala as indicated in the books. This made it a criminal breach of trust as Yeung was not an official employee of Ren Ci, and as such would not have been entitled to staff loans. Moreover, staff loans were typically salary advancements that were pegged to the salary earned by the staff, so the $50,000 loan was far in excess of what Yeung could have borrowed given his salary of $4,700.
All for the Money. Bribery, Cheats, Swindles and Other Monetary Fraud in Singapore by Sarah Ooi