Published: Friday March 22, 2013 MYT 3:49:00 PM
Updated: Friday March 22, 2013 MYT 4:13:48 PM
Five charged with cheating Agro Bank out of RM275,000 by fraudulently applying for personal loans
By QISHIN TARIQ
KUALA LUMPUR: Five individuals have been separately charged in a Session Court here with cheating Agro Bank out of RM275,000 by fradulently applying for personal loans.
Roslinda Mah Alim, 33, and Mohd Idzzuwan Kamshah, 25, were charged with cheating Agrobank's Cheras branch by using false documents in a Agro Cash-I personal loan application involving RM100,000.
Ahmad Kamal Zulkifly, 28, and Redzuan Abdul Azis, 31, were charged with cheating Agrobank's Bandar Tasik Selatan branch by using false documents in a similar personal loan application involving RM75,000.
Izzat Syamil Jasmi, 23, was charged with cheating Agrobank's Kuala Lumpur branch in Leboh Pasar by using false documents - including pay slips, employer confirmation letter, and annual income statement - to induce the bank to deposit RM50,000 into his account.
Redzuan also faces a second charge of abbetting Izzat Syamil in cheating the Kuala Lumpur Agrobank Branch.
It is learnt that Izzat does not hold a job and was still studying, while Redzuan worked part time in a multi level marketing company.
All five claimed trial to the charges, under section 420 of the penal code, which carries a maximum 10 years prison, a fine, or whipping, if convicted.
DPP Haderiah Siri asked the court to set bail at RM50,000 with one surety for each of the accused.
Council Murtazadi Amran set bail at RM30,000 with one surety, and ordered the five to report in once a month to a police station.
He fixed April 22 for next mention in Roslinda and Mohd Idzzuwan's case, and April 26 for Ahmad Kamal, Redzuan and Izzat Syamil's cases.