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POLICE have detained a man and a woman, ages 56 and 57 respectively, to assist with their enquiries into a banking document fraud where the victim lost more than RM600,000.
Kuala Lumpur Commercial CID chief Mohd Mahidisham Ishak said both suspects were picked up on Jalan Bukit Bintang at 12.20pm yesterday.
He said the arrest followed a police report lodged by a financial consultant on June 10, who alleged he was deceived when dealing with the two suspects to obtain a standby letter of credit worth US$250 million (RM1.1 billion) from an overseas bank to carry out international business in Korea.
“The victim made the cash payment in stages on February 27 and March 2 totalling RM629,000 to the male suspect as processing payment.
“On March 4, the victim received an email from a third party, who submitted the business document and he was suspicious as he had made the confirmation at a local bank and believed it is fake,” he said in a statement today.
He said both suspects were remanded for four days until June 20 and are being investigated under section 420 of the penal code for cheating. – Bernama, June 17, 2022.