TEMERLOH CITY – A private company clerks who apply for loans to buy cars with a financial institution was surprised after being informed he had a record loan of RM1.2 million.
Hoh Chew Yue, 21, said he worked tirelessly for two years to save money deposit to buy a car, before applying for a bank loan of RM30, 000 as payment of the balance.
However, he was surprised when informed of the concerned bank staff on 12 June that he had another loan of RM1.2 million, making his application rejected. ” br />
“I tell parents about this and they were also surprised that they even know I started working about two years ago, so it is impossible I can do a loan of it,” he told media today. ” br />
For sure, Chew Yue went to the National Bank the following day, but received the same answer, but this time more detailed information to know the loan was made in February 2011 under his name with two other individuals.
According to him, after the report is made at the Bank, he returned to the local bank in Mentakab to follow up, but once again surprised to find that balance of the loan has been settled in a few hours.
“I am very confused, there are individuals who are not known to make a bank loan with me in a very large number and more bizarre as it is completed in a few hours after the report is made,” he said when met at his home near Temerloh Jaya.
Chew Yue said, after an investigation into the former employer eventually admitted responsibility misuse copy of identity card and forging his signature to apply for a loan of RM1.2 million to open a company.
Confused with all the reporting Yue Chew to Bank Negara and the police to investigate the possibility of involvement of certain parties as too easy loans of the approved uses only copy of. />
Meanwhile, District police chief Assistant Commissioner Mohd Nor Mansor confirmed receiving the report his case and are investigating.