Tag Archives: ah long

LOAN SHARKS HARASS INNOCENT LADY WHOSE NAME AND NUMBER WAS USED BY SOMEONE AS GUARANTOR

A friend received a call from a 'credit company' asking if she is the cousin of so and so....The name was not one of her cousins. Even her name was not correct. Thereafter, she has been receiving calls from different numbers, claiming that person had used her name and phone number as a guarantor for her loans! She even received threats on whatsapp. Is that the new operation standard of Ah Longs nowadays? They simply accept a telephone number with a name as guarantor for loans?

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CHINESE MAN JAILED SEVEN YEARS SAYS HE STABBED WIFE BECAUSE HE DID NOT WANT HER TO CARRY HIS DEBTS

38 year-old John Gee Tze Chiang pleaded guilty in court today for attempted culpable homicide. He received a 7 years jail sentence on Monday. A charge of attempted suicide was taken into consideration. Gee could have been jailed up to 15 years, fined and caned. Gee admitted to stabbing his wife of 11 years, twice in the chest, once in her neck and once in her back on 11th August 2012.

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Grassroots David Poh is Moneylender’s Association President

Kaki Bukit Citizens’ Consultative Committee (CCC) chairman David Poh recently posted a letter on notice boards in Kaki Bukit ward, informing the residents that Aljunied-Hougang-Punggol East Town Council (AHPETC) had not nominated the area for the HDB Home Improvement Programme (HIP). Before the Kaki Bukit ward was transferred to Aljunied GRC in 2011 by the Election Department in PMO, it was residing in Marine Parade GRC. Mr David Poh Cheng Seng was in fact, a member of the executive committee of Marine Parade Town Council before 2011

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Govt mulling over more measures to strengthen moneylending rules

The government is considering additional measures to strengthen moneylenders' regulatory regime, Law Minister K Shanmugam said in a Facebook post on Monday. The measures also serve to complement the Monetary Authority of Singapore's 12 months' income limit on unsecured borrowings from financial institutions.

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