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Lin Mingzhong, 48, was unable to repay his credit card debts and eventually declared bankruptcy, leading to internal investigations by the bank that uncovered his crime.
He pleaded guilty last optiuni binare profit.ex4 to one count of forgery for the purpose of cheating. Lin began investing in Bitcoin in an online cryptocurrency trading platform for some extra income in early He began applying for credit cards with various banks to obtain more funds to purchase bitcoin.
Around Marchhe decided to apply for a credit card with Citibank. However, instead of declaring this income in the credit card application, he used a payslip he previously received from his former employer Mediacorp in October as a template.
Lin made two copies of the payslip and edited them such that they appeared to be issued to him by Singapore Green Engineers in January and February He did not make any payments towards this sum of money, and Citibank cancelled his card on Jun 15, His crimes were uncovered milionar bitcoin singapor Citibank investigated Lin's failure to pay his credit card debt and checked with Singapore Green Engineers about his salary.
The bank filed a police report, and Lin later declared bankruptcy due to his inability to milionar bitcoin singapor his credit card debts with Citibank and other banks. The case was previously adjourned for him to make restitution, but he was unable to do so.
He was allowed to begin his jail term on Apr 1 to settle some work affairs. For forgery to commit cheating, he could have been jailed for up to 10 years and fined.