Singapore: Two former Micro 2000 Technology staff charged with corruption involving over $250,000

Author(s): Amir Hussain | Date: October 14, 2016 | Language: English
Source: http://www.straitstimes.com/ | URL: https://goo.gl/N1o9Xb | Type: Text

Two former employees of Micro 2000 Technology, an IT business solutions company, were on Friday (Oct 14) charged with corruption involving more than $250,000.
Ng Jun Siang, 25, who led a team of customer service officers, is accused of taking $238,530 in bribes from a person named Yeo Jingyuan.
The kickbacks were allegedly received by Ng over 26 days between May and November 2012.
Tony Tan Kim Chong, 36, who also led a team of customer service officer, is meanwhile accused of taking $18,750 in bribes from Yeo.
The kickbacks were allegedly received by Tan over 22 days between June and November 2012.
In return for the cash they took, both Ng and Tan purportedly did not report their teams’ non-compliance with protocol, which related to the exchange of customers’ iPhones for replacement handsets, to Micro 2000’s senior management.

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