By Sarah Ooi
Everyone desires to have more cash and such a lot people work flat out to make money. besides the fact that, there are a few between us who bitch that their funds isn't sufficient yet rather than incomes their funds, they take the straightforward means and conspire to cheat and con others to accomplish their skill. circumstances featured during this ebook contain the landlord of a on-line weblog store who provided cut price items that didn't exist; the coverage agent who offered her millionaire buyer a non-existent top class coverage; the 4 best cooks from luxurious motels charged with corruption in a S$1 million kickback case; the head health professional who seriously overcharged her international consumers; a syndicate that cloned ATM playing cards to scouse borrow from an enormous financial institution. those are the tales of the boys and ladies who permit their love of cash get the higher of them.
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What made the case alarming was her youth and the extent of the crime, highlighting a worrying trend for cyber crimes. Hock Jing Er was an ITE (Institute of Technical Education) student living with her divorcee father and younger brother in a rental flat. Her mother, a Thai national, is understood to have returned to Thailand. Between May and June 2012, Hock, then just 16 years old, set up a Facebook page advertising shoes, a camera and fashion accessories for sale. She had scoured the Internet for pictures of products which she would then post on her Facebook page.
However, on that date, Hock deactivated the Facebook page and withdrew all the money from her bank account. She subsequently terminated the account and spent all the money on food, travel and shopping. In September 2013, 17-year-old Hock Jing Er pleaded guilty to charges levelled against her for cheating 101 customers in a blogshop scam. Of the 11 charges taken into consideration, two were separate charges for theft and unlawful assembly. Hock pleaded guilty to charges of theft of cosmetics from the John Little store at Causeway Point in October 2009, as well as to unlawful assembly in July 2010.
During this review, there were various transactions made by Ren Ci that could not be satisfactorily explained by its management such as interest-free loans made out to several companies to the tune of a few million dollars. Some of the loans recorded in Ren Ci’s books were several hundred thousand dollars more than what was reflected in the borrowers’ books. Investigations also revealed that some of the loans were given to companies with which Ming Yi had ties. MOH then issued a probe under the Charities Act and Ren Ci was investigated by the Charity Council of Singapore for three possible violations of the Code of Governance for Charities and Institutions of a Public Character.