02 Sep '11, 11am

(ST) Jailed for getting credit card, loans with brother's name

(ST) Jailed for getting credit card, loans with brother's name

Ong Sor Ching was jailed six weeks for forgery on Sept 2. She had pleaded guilty earlier. -- ST PHOTO: WONG KWAI CHOW By Khushwant Singh A property agent forged her brother's signature and used his particulars to get a credit card and loans from The Royal Bank of Scotland. Ong Sor Ching, 36, did not qualify with the income she earned. Her brother, 34, is a teacher with a special needs school. She was jailed six weeks for forgery on Sept 2. She had pleaded guilty earlier. Then the district court heard she had went into her younger brother's bedroom while he was in the shower in December 2008. She took his identity card from his wallet and his income tax assessment notice from a drawer to make photocopies. Both brother and sister were staying in the family's rental apartment in La Casa Condominium in Woodlands Drive. It is believed she would hijack statements from the bank b...

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