A man has been sentenced to six months in jail for taking part in a loan scam that cheated DBS Bank of S$1.89 million, CNA reported.
According to court documents seen by Mothership, 28-year-old Muhammad Fazly Bin Laily became involved in the scam after calling a number on a toilet door.
He pleaded guilty to one count of acquiring property in his bank account amounting to S$11,400, which directly represented another person’s benefits from criminal conduct — namely, cheating and fraudulent delivery.
Was earning between S$600 to S$700 when he discovered the phone number in the toilet
Court documents further highlighted that between Mar. 2019 and Apr. 2019, Fazly had been earning a salary of S$600 to S$700 from his job as a freelance video technician.
While at a coffee shop in the vicinity of Aljunied MRT station, sometime at the end of Mar. 2019, Fazly went…