15 people to be charged over fraudulent applications that secured S$220,000 in bank loans

15 people to be charged over fraudulent applications that secured S$220,000 in bank loans

16/9/2021 8:15:00 PM

15 people to be charged over fraudulent applications that secured S$220,000 in bank loans

SINGAPORE — Fifteen people will be charged on Friday (Sept 17) over their alleged involvement in fraudulent bank loan applications that caused a local bank to disburse more than S$220,000 to the group.

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