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Five sentenced for defrauding Ping An Bank
    2018-08-09  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

THE Longgang District People’s Court recently announced verdicts on the imprisonment of five defendants who had defrauded Ping An Bank to get loans using falsified materials, the Southern Metropolis Daily reported.

In March 2014, one of the suspects, surnamed Zhou, was asked by a businessman, who has also been accused in a separate case, to apply for a loan from Ping An Bank’s Shenzhen branch in order to save their business.

With the forged lease contracts of a store and rental apartment, as well as receipts for bills, Zhou managed to borrow a sum of 500,000 yuan (US$73,200) from the bank.

After receiving the loan from the bank using the fabricated materials, Zhou thought he could gain profits by helping others apply for loans. So he asked another two people to introduce potential “business” to him.

The two intermediaries later introduced Zhou to a man surnamed Zhang and his wife Niu. Zhou promised to help the couple apply for a loan from the bank and helped them get forged materials, such as a business license and lease contracts. In return, the couple needed to pay Zhou a commission of 23 percent of the loan.

With the couple’s consent, Zhou and the other two suspects helped them forge application materials and managed to get the couple 1 million yuan from the bank in August 2014.

The wife later transferred the commission of 230,000 yuan to one of the intermediaries and the rest of the loan to her husband’s account.

All of the five suspects pleaded guilty. Considering their cooperative attitudes, the court decided to imprison the suspects for between 10 months and several years, along with fines.

(Zhang Qian)

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