This is so scary. I think those AL also know Singaporeans won't dare to be their runners after all the heavy sentences. So send their own runners from Malaysia to do it. This one confirm very jiaklat one.
Spf cannot touch the mastermind as they operate indirectly overseas where they have no juristration. Unless msia mata also work together to uproot the problem.
But then again msia has this deep rooted culture lah.
Loansharking suspects aged 25 and below arrested from June 28 to July 19
June 28: 16-year-old girl
July 2: 23-year-old woman
July 3: 20-year-old man
July 4: 16-year-old boy
July 7: Two 16-year-old girls
July 10: 23-year-old woman
July 10: Two men and a woman aged 22 to 24
July 12: 19-year-old woman
July 16: 18-year-old man
July 16: Two women aged 24 and 25
July 19: 15-year-old girl
If the loan shark boss is in Singapore, those loan shark ask people bring cash over to Malaysia for what ? Newspaper say the syndicate at Malaysia leh.
A former private-hire car driver made at least 86 trips from Singapore to Malaysia to illegally transport cash totalling $701,000 for an unlicensed moneylending syndicate.
Singaporean Ong Chee Yong, 44, was sentenced to three years' jail and fined $150,000 yesterday after pleading guilty to 15 counts of dealing with the proceeds of criminal conduct involving $133,000. As he was unable to pay the fine, he has to spend an additional five months behind bars.
Call a few and seek their help and advices. But what I've heard about Blessed Grace. They will help you for sure but pushy in converting you to Christianity. Always a catch. Nothing wrong with religion. But are you willing to convert when you are not ready?
They can help for sure. Just be prepared for them to keep asking you to go for their Sunday Church Services.
If you know who is the secondary service provider you can pass them the numbers you would like to block.
However, they usually use private numbers which cannot be added into the list.
As such, you will have to keep a log of how many times and the period they call. Then lodge a report with the time period and the lines affected.
The police will then be able to scrutinize the number that called multiple times with the help of your primary service provider (Singtel etc.).
But this can be quite troublesome as well.
So you could just try and ignore...
They will eventually give up when they know they cant squeeze anything out of you any more and move on to another poor soul...
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