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Salesman pleads not guilty to cartridge scam

October 11, 2012

Malaysian denies cheating employer by faking toner cartridge sales.

New Straits Times reports that 33 year old salesman Lim Teng Haw pleaded not guilty to cheating his employer, High Speed Media, out of RM367,759 ($119,908/€92,851) last year by selling toner cartridges to six fictitious companies.

The charges against Haw detailed that he invoiced toner cartridges for six made-up companies and produced delivery orders with the companies’ stamps as evidence that the cartridges had been delivered whilst working at High Speed Media’s premises in Malaysia between 25 April and 9 June 2011.

Haw was arrested on 21 June and faces between one and 10 years imprisonment, whipping and a possible fine if convicted. He was given bail at RM60,000 ($19,563/€15,148) with remention fixed for 19 October.

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