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KEMAMAN (Bernama): Police have detained two siblings for purportedly using fake RM100 notes in the district recently.
SIBU: When his fiancee’s family pestered him to marry their daughter, the desperate soldier got a little too creative and printed RM4,000 in counterfeit notes because he was short of cash.
SIBU: He was short of money for his wedding next month. So he printed counterfeit notes totalling RM4,000 and gave them to his fiancee for use on their big day.
SIBU: A soldier has been arrested for being in possession of counterfeit notes amounting to RM4,000, which he had printed himself to be used for his wedding.
SEREMBAN: A kuih seller is facing up to 20 years in jail for allegedly using six counterfeit RM100 notes to buy durian. Ridzuan Mat Nor, 35, claimed trial after the charges were read to him before Sessions Court judge G. Ramesh.
When political fever strikes, even smart people want to be fooled sometimes. And that’s how fake news spreads.
KUALA LUMPUR: A former security guard was sentenced to a year in jail and fined RM2mil or one year in jail in default after pleading guilty to two counts of fraud involving the purchase of Proton Holdings Berhad shares 11 years ago.
From K. NARAYANASAMY, Melaka.
PETALING JAYA: All banks in the country have robust measures in place to detect counterfeit banknotes, says the Association of Banks in Malaysia.
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