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Pinay charged with fraud for using terminated contract to obtain $26k loan

08 September 2020

By Vir B. Lumicao
The court extended the Filipina's bail while her lawyer studies the case further 
For obtaining a $26,000 loan using a terminated employment contract as income proof, a Filipina helper was charged with fraud in Eastern Court today, Sept 8.

No plea was taken from G. Camayang, 40, who is out on bail, as her lawyer said she still needs to obtain documents of the case and seek further legal advice.

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Earlier, the prosecution amended the charge to fraud from “obtaining advantage by deception” but gave no explanation.

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According to the charge, Camayang went to the Prime Credit Ltd shop on the second floor of United Centre in Admiralty on Mar 23 last year and applied for a loan, and did not reveal that she had been dismissed.

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The defendant later found an employer in Tsuen Wan for whom she works until now.
Magistrate Bina Chainrai adjourned the hearing until Oct 20 and extended Camayang’s bail but raised it to $500.


Chainrai told the defendant not to leave Hong Kong, stay in the employer’s address that she had given the court, and report to the police once a week.
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