The court heard that a supervisor cheated a man of almost RM200,000 in a scam involving foreign workers. The accused, A Gunasegaran, 56, pleaded not guilty to the charge before Judge Norshila Kamaruddin at the Sessions Court.
Fraudster pleading not guilty
The fraudster was accused of tricking the victim into transferring RM185,932 to three accounts belonging to him over four years in Lukut, Port Dickson. He could face up to 10 years in prison, whipping and fine under Section 420 of the Penal Code for cheating.The prosecution sought RM100,000 bail, saying the offense was serious and the sum was large.
The defense asked for lower bail as the fraudster had just started working after being unemployed for eight months due to a knee surgery.The judge set bail at RM50,000 with conditions that the accused must give up his passport and report to a police station. The case will resume on June 12 for document submission.
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