Man charged with credit card fraud

  • Nation
  • Saturday, 27 Dec 2003

KUALA LUMPUR: A salesman was charged in a Sessions Court yesterday with four counts of having forged credit cards from different banks. 

Lee Kong Ming, 25, was alleged to have the cards in his possession, although he knew they were forged, with the intention of using them.  

Lee, of Taman Cheras Awana, was accused of committing the offence in Cheras on Dec 16. 

The forged Visa cards were those of Citibank, HSBC Bank, Maybank and Affin Bank.  

Lee, who was arrested on Dec 16, claimed trial to all charges.  

Judge Akhtar Tahir imposed a RM30,000 bail with one surety and fixed Jan 29 for mention and for the accused to appoint a lawyer.  

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