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Wedding planner, son arrested for fraud

KUALA LUMPUR: A marriage planner and his son had been arrested by police on Saturday for allegedly defrauding an worker who employed their companies final 12 months.

Mohd Mahidisham Ishak, Kuala Lumpur Police’s Financial Crime Investigation Department (CCID), stated the 24-year-old girl accepted a package deal for her marriage ceremony from an organization run by the suspects in Might final 12 months.

He stated the clerk paid RM7,265 in installments for the package deal, which included the rental of a corridor, marriage ceremony apparel, catering and pictures.

Nevertheless, Mohd Mahidisham stated the suspects did not carry out their companies and the clerk filed a police report.

He stated Saturday a KL CCID police group arrested a 57-year-old man and his 25-year-old son at an undisclosed location in Klang Valley.

“We confiscated a number of paperwork and cellphones from them. Primarily based on our investigation, we suspect many others might have fallen sufferer to them. We are attempting to find different victims and are encouraging them to come back ahead and report them to the police. We advise these conducting such companies to cease providing such companies if they’re unable to serve their clients. Don’t use the Covid-19 pandemic as an excuse for not offering your companies.”


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