Pengarah syarikat Mirza didakwa jalankan perniagaan tanpa lesen

Posted on 28 May 2009. Filed under: AROUND SABAH, Banking, Finance, FOREX, HYIP, Kerjaya, MLM, Pelaburan, Pelan Perniagaan, peluang perniagaan, Pendapatan Aktif, Pendapatan Pasif, Perbankkan, Plan Perniagaan, POLITIK | Tags: , , , , , , , |

Pengarah syarikat Mirza didakwa jalankan perniagaan tanpa lesen

28th May, 2009

KOTA KINABALU: Dua pengarah sebuah syarikat perniagaan jualan langsung dihadapkan ke Mahkamah Sesyen di sini kelmarin terhadap pertuduhan menjalankan perniagaan tan-pa lesen yang sah.

Dua pengarah Syarikat Gemilang Mirza Sdn Bhd itu, Ag Ajis Pg Mat Salleh, 30, dan Ag Binting Pg Mat Salleh @ Pg Jual, 46, yang diwakili peguam Ram Singh mengaku tidak bersalah terhadap pertuduhan itu.

Syarikat itu didakwa menerima deposit daripada orang awam antara 15 April tahun lepas dan 13 Jan tahun ini di Lot 14, Blok C, Papar Century Plaza, Papar, kira-kira 50km dari sini, tanpa lesen yang sah.

Pertuduhan itu dibuat mengikut Seksyen 6 (4) Akta Bank dan Institusi-Institusi Kewangan 1989 (Akta 372) yang memperuntukkan hukuman denda tidak melebihi RM10 juta atau 10 tahun penjara atau kedua-duanya.

Hakim Ummu Kalthom Abdul Samad menetapkan 19 hingga 21 Jan tahun depan untuk perbicaraan kes itu.

Terdahulu, Timbalan Pendakwa Raya Hazri Haris berkata pihak pendakwaan akan memanggil 25 saksi dalam kes itu.

Sementara itu, dua pengarah syarikat itu turut dihadapkan ke satu lagi Mahkamah Sesyen di sini bagi pertuduhan menerima deposit daripada orang awam tanpa lesen yang sah di tempat dan pada masa yang sama.

Kedua-dua mereka mengaku tidak bersalah terhadap pertuduhan itu.

Hakim Ismail Brahim membenarkan kedua-dua kes itu dibicarakan bersama.

Beliau juga membenarkan kedua-dua tertuduh masing-masing diikat jamin RM100, 000 dengan dua penjamin dan mengarahkan pasport antarabangsa masing-masing diserahkan kepada mahkamah.

Local


Direct selling company, two directors charged

28th May, 2009 KOTA KINABALU: A direct selling company and two of its directors were yesterday charged in the Sessions Court with receiving deposits from public worth more than RM23 million without having a licence, an offence under the Banking and Financial Institutions 1989.

Gemilang Mirza Sdn Bhd and the directors Ag Ajis Pg Mat Salleh, 30 and his elder brother, Ag Binting Pg Mat Salleh, 46, from Kampung Benoni, Papar denied the wrongdoing.

They will be tried on Jan 19-21 next year. They face a fine of up to RM10 million or a jail term of up to 10 years or both, if convicted.

The offence framed under Section 25 (1) of the Banking and Financial Institutions Act 1989 allegedly took place at Lot 14, Block C, Papar Century Plaza, Papar between April 15, 2008 and Jan 13, this year.

In the charge, the company, Ag Ajis and Ag Binting were accused with receiving deposits from members of the public without having a valid licence granted under Section 4 (4) of the Banking and Financial Institution Act 1989.

Bank Negara prosecuting officer, Hazri Haris proposed a RM300,000 bail deposited under a single surety for each of the accused.

Ram Singh representing both men said the bail was excessive and had proposed to the court three land titles, which according to his clients are valued at RM650 million plus a concrete house in one of the lands.

“This can be used to secure both of their attendance should they failed to turn up for the hearing,” he said adding that as both of them are locals, they have no reason to abscond.

“Ag Ajis only has RM5,000 at the moment and Ag Binting is married with two children. He is the breadwinner of the family, all his brothers and sisters are depending on him,” he said adding that both men had given their cooperation to Bank Negara after their premise with products were raided on Jan 16.

Judge Ismail Brahim released Ag Ajis and Ag Binting on a RM100,000 bail with a land title of not less than RM100,000 or cash deposited under two local sureties.

Hazri had earlier on proposed before Sessions judge Ummu Kalthom Abdul Samad for a joint trial for both directors and the company. Ram and Hazri also confirmed that the deposit-taking allegedly came to the tune of more than RM23 million.

http://www.newsabahtimes.com.my/

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