Managers claim trial to CBT and cheating


KUALA LUMPUR: Two managers of a tele-marketing company claimed trial at a magistrate’s court here to committing criminal breach of trust (CBT) and cheating a Singaporean man of RM22,776 last year. 

Shimala R. Bash Kalam, 32, then sales manager of Syarikat Supreme Motivation (M) Sdn Bhd, is said to have committed CBT of RM4,688 at Wisma Central in Jalan Ampang between Aug 14 and Aug 29 last year. 

She is also accused of cheating Singaporean Lee Chuin Khuen by dishonestly inducing him into believing that a client list was genuine for RM14,000. 

The offence was committed between May 27 and Aug 30 last year. 

R.Shanmugam, 35, then the company's tele manager, was alleged to have committed CBT of RM888 at the same place between Sept 4 and Sept 7 last year. 

He also allegedly induced Lee into believing that a client list was genuine for RM3,200 at the same place between May 27 and Aug 30 last year. 

Magistrate Mohd Khairi Haron set the bail at RM6,000 for Shimala and RM4,500 for Shanmugam. 

He fixed July 20 for mention.  

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