First person linked to OCBC phishing scam in S’pore pleads guilty to offences including money laundering

People walk past an OCBC bank branch in Singapore. OCBC said in January that it had made full goodwill payouts to all victims. — Reuters

SINGAPORE: The first person linked to the OCBC phishing scams has admitted in a district court to offences including money laundering.

Leong Jun Xian, 20, pleaded guilty on Wednesday (April 20) to two counts each of dealing with the benefits of criminal conduct and rioting.

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