Woman’s MyKad loss leads to RM150,000 ‘debt’


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  • Friday, 16 Mar 2012

KUALA LUMPUR: A woman lost her MyKad three years ago and now is being hounded by debt collectors for RM150,000 in purchases she supposedly made.

Housewife Fook Kam Ling, 37, lost her MyKad when her car was stolen while she was at a beauty parlour in Skudai, Johor, in August 2009.

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