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26 May 2008

In trouble with the Ah Longs.

This is another of those stories that we heard before about people getting into trouble after borrowing from loan sharks or better known as Ah Longs.

The public have been constantly reminded whether it is from politicians, Police or NGOs to stay away from these people seemed to have fallen on deaf ears. Still, it is not fair to blame them entirely given the 'great wall' all prospect borrowers had to face when applying for the legitimate loans.

As for this poor chap, he had fallen into the traps set by a group of Ah Longs and is now in hiding and pleaded for assistance. Maybe the local MIC, HINDRAF or any caring NGOs or any caring individuals can help him?

You can read the full story from the Daily Express
here.


MORAL OF THE STORY: BORROWING FROM THE LOAN SHARKS/AH LONGS IS A BIG NO-NO.

1 comment:

  1. kadayanjournal26 May 2008 at 18:44

    Aha ...you've sophisticated blog! Congrats. with this ahlong- public must be provided with a kind of institution knowing the naivety of our society. I don't really think CASH or Fomca, etc have done their jobs or Govt Ministry even-there been no proper way of addressing as there have no property study carried out as to why people resort to ah along also to deter why ah long behaves as ah long- univesities and other edctnl institutions should take part to investigate this social problem of ours

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