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Wednesday, 11 January 2017

Sheikh Saidey and his wife was charged for cheating a businesswoman out of almost RM600,000 over bogus investment scheme involving the leasing of hotels in Makkah and Medinah

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Husband and wife charged for cheating businesswoman out of RM600,000

JOHOR BARU: A 43-year-old man and his wife was charged for cheating a businesswoman out of almost RM600,000 over bogus investment scheme involving the leasing of hotels in Makkah and Medinah, Saudi Arabia.
Sheikh Saidey Nor Sheikh Rahman’s first charge was for cheating the businesswoman by offering the scheme for an amount of RM314,535 at a restaurant in Bandar Baru Uda here between 8.30pm and 11pm in April 2015.
For the second charge, he was accused of committing the same offence for an amount of RM282,615.73 at the same location and date.
His wife, Sofia Affendi, 41, is facing two charges of conspiring with her husband to commit the two offences.
They are charged under Section 420 of the Penal Code for cheating and dishonestly inducing delivery of property, which carries a sentence of jail of not less than one year and not more than ten years with whipping and a fine.
Both accused, who were not represented, pleaded not guilty to the charges after they were read by the court interpreter in front of Magistrate Mohd Azlan Shah Mohd Allias.
Deputy Public Prosecutor Muhammad Mohd Nasir asked that the court refuse bail for the couple as they had previously been hard to locate and are also being investigated under the Prevention of Crime Act 1959.
Muhammad said that the couple would also be handed over to Bukit Aman federal police headquarters to help in the investigation of other cases in other states.
However, the prosecution said if the court was to allow bail, they asked for the bail to be set at RM100,000 each and that their passports be surrendered to the court.
The court then set bail at RM90,000 each and ordered the couple to surrender their passports before setting February 7 for mention of the case. The court also ordered them to appoint lawyers.
© New Straits Times Press (M) Bhd

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