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Monday, 10 April 2017

New Allegations against Dato Seri Gnanaraja & Datin Seri Geethanjali by Datuk R. Ramanan





New allegation surfaces against husband and wife who ran investment firm

PETALING JAYA: A Datuk Seri and his wife, dogged by allegations of running a dubious foreign exchange company, continue to be pursued by victims who have made a fresh batch of police reports.

In the latest allegation, former MIC treasurer-general Datuk R. Rama­nan claimed the husband-and-wife team had even converted to Islam in 2013 in order to convince a Muslim investor to put RM55mil in their company.
Ramanan spoke to the press after he and dozens of victims lodged new police reports against the couple at the Dang Wangi police headquarters yesterday.
Ramanan has been pushing for the couple to face the law after allegations emerged last year of them being involved in a foreign exchange scam.
The forex investment company was busted by the Bukit Aman Commercial Crimes Department on March 28.
A statement the next day by CCID director Comm Datuk Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani said six suspects, aged between 28 and 38, had been remanded for 21 days under Section 3(1) of the Prevention of Crime Act (Poca).
Some 20,000 investors have claimed that they were cheated.
In his statement, Comm Acryl Sani said the investors put in a mi­­ni­mum of RM2,000 and the investment company promised daily returns, which were not paid.
“Police have done a fantastic job so far. But the problem here is that while you managed to get the ‘tail of the snake’, the head is still out there,” said Ramanan.
Amy Salmiah Dahlan, 43, was one of the victims present at the press conference.
“I represent a group of about 700 investors. We lost about RM6mil since last year in the foreign ex­­change company founded by this husband and wife,” she said.
Amy added that she was introduced to the company by a mutual friend.
“He told me that the company was a registered company in New Zealand and that he had made around RM2.4mil from it,” said Amy, explaining how she became one of the investors.
Another victim, Sri Kumar, 42, had a similar story.
“I joined in February last year. At first, I had decent returns from my investment.
“So I told other people about the investment company. But from August last year, I have not seen any returns. I invested about RM100,000,” said Sri Kumar, who did not reveal how much he received in the beginning.
Dang Wangi OCPD Asst Comm Mohd Sukri Kaman, when contacted, confirmed that the police had received the reports and that investigations were ongoing

Read more at http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2017/04/10/more-reports-lodged-against-couple-new-allegation-surfaces-against-husband-and-wife-who-ran-investme/#GTRbhYQo91SHrAMJ.99











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