Tuesday, 6 November 2012

There is justice !!

In our views, there is justice !!! We do have very good and wise judge in Singapore.

At least you do not need to have a super brain to defend yourself if you are charged.

The only thing we think it is ''Unfair" to PG,  they need to spend monies to straighten CAD's interpretation of "rights" at high court. Tuition Fee ??

Next will be to find out whether there is integrity !

Some fishy things on going...

1. Someone tried to hack this account ? Huh, dont try lah, we can always start another blog. As long as this is the right thing to do, we will do it !
2. Some clients were approached by a law firm Cohen and Goldstein Esqs. LLP, and a guy called Mr Howard Goldstein to buy their PP plots

What do you think ?

Tuesday, 17 July 2012

To Defend Or Not To Defend!!!

Am I reading this right??!!!

Found this on PP website...http://www.profitableplots.com/


March 26 3 Directors are each charged with 86 counts of conspiracy to cheat.
The total value of allegedly misappropriated sums under the 86 charges is approx US$2.5m. Bail is set by CAD at $600,000 each when the 3 Directors were charged as the alleged misappropriated sum is high. Unable to meet bail amounts set by the CAD at short notice, the 3 Directors are detained in police cells.

March 27 Subordinate Court Hearing
3 Directors indicate that they wish to claim trial on all 86 chargesagainst each of them. Prosecution informs Court that the Prosecution is ready. Court reduces bail to $400,000 each.
Unable to post bail, 3 Directors are remanded in Changi prison.

March 30 High Court Hearing
Court reduces bail to $200,000 for 2 Directors.
Court reduces bail to $150,000 for 1 Director.
Unable to post bail, 3 Directors are returned to Changi Prison.

April 3 1 Director posts bail.

April 9 2 remaining Directors post bail.

April 16 Defence made a 1st request for copies of documents from CAD to
prepare their defence.

April 18 CAD refuses to accede to the request.

April 20 1st Criminal Case Disclosure Conference (CCDC) Hearing
Prosecution requests for more time to file their Prosecution's Case in accordance with the usual time lines and not to do so on an expedited basis.Court grants the Prosecution 4 more weeks to file their case. Defence's 2nd  request for copies of documents to prepare defence.
April 25 Defence writes to the Subordinate Courts Crime Registry to request for a hearing in order for the Defence to apply for the production of documents.

May 9 Subordinate Courts refers the Defence's request to a CCDC Court hearing on 15 May.

May 15 2nd CCDC Hearing
Court commented that it cannot hear the request for production of documents during CCDC.

May 29 Prosecution case is filed.
Prosecution indicates that it only wishes to proceed on 18 charges instead of the 86 charges against each Director.  The value of allegedly misappropriated sums under the 18 charges only amounts to approximately US$732,000.          

June 1 Defence requests the Prosecution a 3rd time to provide copies of documents to prepare for the Defence.

June 4 Defence makes a 2nd request for a hearing before a court (not a CCDC Court) to be scheduled so that 
the application for the production of documents can be made.

June 5 3rd CCDC Hearing
Court orders the Defence to make request for documents to DPP.

June 15 Defence makes a 4th request to the Prosecution for copies of documents to prepare defence.

June 25 Defence makes a 5th request for copies of documents to prepare defence.

June 26 Prosecution refuses request for copies of documents.

July 2 Defence makes a 3rd application to the Subordinate Courts Crime Registry for a hearing before a court
(not CCDC Court) to make an application for an order that the Prosecution provide copies of Documents to the
Defence in order to prepare their defence.

July 3 4th CCDC Hearing
Court adjourns the CCDC hearing for 2 weeks to await reply from Subordinate Court to letter dated July 2.


1.  The DPP is saying that a defendant cannot look at any documentation but has to submit a defence.

2. The DPP is saying that a defendant cannot look at any documents but has to submit a list of
documents they intend to use in their defence.

3. The DPP is saying that a defendant cannot look at any documents which would determine which
witnesses to  call, but has to submit a list of witnesses they wish to call. 

Whether these people are guilty or not is only for a court to decide but surely they should be allowed
to defend themselves. 

I am close to 99% sure that there are two sides to PP's case ! Wrote to PP lawyer, followings are the
86 charges, amount to US$2.5M. Based on my research, around 40% or more are not even
'Boron investors', sigh :(

Just heard today, next court date will be 26 Jul ,cant wait to find out the truth ! Also hear now we
have a new judge, still trust the system, hope this time we have a good judge ! Honestly, dont need
too clever a brain to make sense out of all the evidences. We need to demand justice, whatever the
case documentation must put on the table, let the truth revealed ! Why waste our time and monies ??

Charge Num Client Name  Amount US$
1 Duraiarajan s/o Duraiappan Mariyammal 20,000
2 Au Chung Wai Christopher 54,000
3 Arijit Chakraborty 10,000
4 Koh Leong Tuan Alan 59,000
5 Leong Pek Kay 15,000
6 Lim Shi An 26,000
7 Ng Ee Ling 20,000
8 Chua Pair Shen 5,000
9 Yap Lay Hong Lilian 186,000
10 Adsit Serena Kim 5,000
11 Mellisa Octaviani 13,000
12 Foo Siew Wei 5,000
13 Lium Ming Toon 90,000
14 Muthukumarasamy Ramamuthy 10,500
15 John Nicholas Williams 10,000
16 Yoganand Konar Chinniah 10,000
17 Neoh Kok Cheng 191,000
18 Annamalai Meyyappan 7,000
19 Peter Aloysius Lourdes 6,000
20 Tan ZheQi 10,000
21 Karina Widagdo 10,000
22 Spaenle Oliver Roland Paul Eugene 113,000
23 Chen Kuang Tsung Eugene 6,000
24 Lo Weng Wah Christopher 5,000
25 Lee Poh Joon (Raphael) 10,000
26 Chew Siew Wah 5,000
27 Koh Ming Shao 11,000
28 Yim Jeng Ngon 10,000
29 Mohamed Anwar s/o Abdul Gaffoor 20,000
30 Yeoh Kok Peng 15,000
31 Rajasegarean s/o Raman @ Mohammad Samir 70,000
32 William Bong Hock Soon 32,000
33 Sim How Chong 10,000
34 Chan Foo Chuan 2,000
35 Tai Wei Jie 7,000
36 Chan Sau Chin 60,000
37 Ashish Thakorlal Ravivadera 2,000
38 Wong Mei Yang 30,000
39 Tay Siew Yin 66,000
40 Chong Peng Chye 24,000
41 Cindy Anggriani Widjaja 21,000
42 Tanabat Woratanarat 15,000
43 Gu Jing Yun 11,000
44 Khoo Kar Yang Desmond  10,000
45 Hari Subrahmanya Murali Krishna 50,000
46 Lam Gui Ru 54,000
47 Roy S Gnanasundram 14,000
48 Low Hwee Chi Serene 20,000
49 Mohamed Fareedu Bin Mohd (Haniffah) 2,000
50 Ho Kok Yuen 10,000
51 Wong Ee Ling 3,000
52 Choy Yew Meng 28,000
53 Mohamad Razali Bin Joony 18,000
54 Leck Kian Boon Jeffrey 2,000
55 Foo Suan Cheng 20,000
56 Du Yunhua 5,000
57 Chan Koon Koon 20,000
58 See Yim Leng 13,000
59 A Palani 3,000
60 Chua Boon Teck 6,000
61 Irwan Bin Nari 5,000
62 Lau Woon Ling 20,000
63 Chua Pit Chye (Francis) 18,000
64 Sabita Sunderdas (Nandwani) Jaswani 72,000
65 Ng Chong Huat 25,000
66 Chew Ghim Lian Phyllis 18,000
67 Seno Yuko 10,000
68 Teo Lee Hua (Eleanor) 150,000
69 Kulanthaivelu Parameshvari 2,000
70 Loy Chong Hwa 5,000
71 Ng Kee Wan 8,000
72 Adrian Ng Nee Fah 10,000
73 Yong Wee En Audrey 5,000
74 Grace Lim Yin Yin 3,000
75 Wong Heng Mui 42,000
76 Ho Win Khoon 20,000
77 Cheah Hui See 30,000
78 Lim Khing Tat 45,000
79 Syed Faizal s/o J S Tamizzuddin 22,000
80 Ng Sim Leng 23,000
81 Rajendran s/o Govendaragoo 15,000
82 Oliveiro Glen Neville  10,000
83 Poh Chiew Kok Charles 30,000
84 Chan Kian Kuan 300,000
85 Mohammed Yazer Bin Abdul Aziz 10,000
86 Lei Min (Lucy) 20,000
Total 2,503,500

Thursday, 5 July 2012

Comment From A Client

I am one of the earlier client of PP. The pounds was 3.06 in June 2005, there about. During the first sale of Bonifacio in August 2010, the exchange rate was 2.1482 on 08/08/2010. While CAD takes their time, the exchange rate has dropped to 1.97846 SGD as of today. Not to mention the 12.5% that PP repaid us every year. These are significance loss of potential income. I am upset about "investments related to an industrial lubricant called Boron. - Apr 2012" I am a Land investor. I didn't buy Boron. Why should I be dragged into this issue? If you want investigate BORON go ahead do not stop the company from operating. Give me my money for my Bonifacio. Please these "86/20 Clients". I appeal to you. This company has always been offering long term investment portfolio and if clients have been deluded as a quick rich scheme, they have lacked the fundaments of the products. Other Land Banks Companies are free for them to examine, projects like these are NOT completed in a short frame of time. Any other Land Bank Companies coming under scrutiny at the moment? 

If the Directors are convicted, it means that they will be discharged of all responsibility to pay all the clients, sit in jail and then come out inherit all our gains. Have these 86/20 people been advise the consequences of their unadvised intentions? Do you really want them in jail or you want your investment returns. As far as I have seen, the Directors have displayed patience and integrity trying to gain back the company on behalf of the clients. Many would have just left and leave the clients in disarray. If you compare the treatment of City Harvest received and PP... I must say the actions of CAD are extreme on PP. It is a bit unfair for us to become collateral damage during the unvalidated crossfire. 

There are no co-incidence in life. If the following is founded and are documented facts. 

4th August Contract is witnessed by a Singapore Notary Public then delivered to the Philippine Embassy in Singapore to be witnessed and sealed. 6th August Contract returned by Philippine Embassy to PP and sent to The Philippines. 9th August Contract arrives in Philippines. 10th August Public holiday. 11th August CAD raid PP offices; freeze bank accounts thus stopping payments to clients; and remove all documentation – except the contract to sell the land in The Philippines.

There is a conspiracy going on. Borrow the knife kill the cat. Either CAD has been swirl into the evil scheme of things or there is a hidden agenda somewhere. I am using City Harvest as a yardstick to measure PP situation. And I do not understand why the bank accounts, documents and operations are frozen. According to my City Harvest friends, the probe started about the same time as PP yet they are able to operate all this while. If so PP would be able to complete the sale after 11th August 2010 and CAD can save all the time, money and courts' time as there was no dishonesty in the first place. It feels like a set up. 

I have been gradually disillusioned by Singapore change of policies, imported foreign talents scheme, departments of government "serving" their citizens and we are collateral damage. 

News of Former Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) director Ng Boon Gay, SCDF chief Peter Lim Sin Pang, two senior employees at the Singapore Land Authority (SLA), Lim Cheng Hoe Chief of Protocol at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 455 clerical officers committing fraud amounting to more than $600,000, let us hope that Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) know what they are doing. There is a Chinese saying don't stir a clean bowl of soup with a dirty palm. 

Numbers are numbers. eg:- "48 men are charged and 80 men have been implicated in the case. More charges are expected to be filed." They should be justified before released. You can't adjust from 299 down to 86 down to 20 charges. 2.4mil down to 1mil in investors money and the constant public Prosecutor asked to postpone to buy time for what? A cover up? Are the departments involved in co-hoot? I want visibility, Olympic is here. Pounds strengthened. I am impatient. 

Wednesday, 4 July 2012

Two sides to a story

Did more research.

Wrote to Subordinate Courts. This was the answer "We regret to inform that your application is not approved as the case is still ongoing and not concluded". Huh ?? 

Wrote email to Mr Ho (CAD) and Mr Kelvin (

This was the reply, "Currently the matter is in Court and we are at the discovery stage, where the defence counsel and the public prosecutor are exchanging information. The next mention of the case is fixed on  3 July 2012."

Unfortunately, not very sure, but heard case was extended again.
So fed up ! Wrote to PP's lawyer. It seems to us, from a document dated 29 May 12, the charges on PG's directors reduce to 18 cases, amount to US$ 732, 000.

Amount (US$)
Duraiarajan s/o Duraiappan Mariyammal
 $         20,000.00
Au Chung Wai Christopher
 $         54,000.00
Arijit Chakraborty
 $         10,000.00
Koh Leong Tuan Alan
 $         59,000.00
Leong Pek Kay
 $         15,000.00
Lim Shi An
 $         26,000.00
Ng Ee Ling
 $         20,000.00
Chua Pair Shen
 $           5,000.00
Yap Lay Hong Lilian
 $       186,000.00
Adsit Serena Kim
 $           5,000.00
Mellisa Octaviani
 $         13,000.00
Foo Siew Wei
 $           5,000.00
Lium Ming Toon
 $         90,000.00
John Nicholas Williams
 $         10,000.00
Neoh Kok Cheng
 $       191,000.00
Annamalai Meyyappan
 $           7,000.00
Peter Aloysius Lourdes
 $           6,000.00
Tan ZheQi
 $         10,000.00

 $       732,000.00

Hello, can we talk logic here ?

Who in the right mind, took so much effort to run a multi-national business to cheat these18 customers (out of 3000++ cusomters world-wide) ??

To our horror, we know some of them, their investment are not in "BORON". Huh ??

Reading the recent "Cheat" case on City Harvest, cant help to think that "there must have 2 sides to a story"

We think, CAD need to state clearly their definition of "cheat"

Next, there should be clear policy and governance process defined, else innovative or creative approach could be termed as "cheat"

Finally,  it might well be a perspective issue. Whatever the case, "PG" or Paster Kong, they should be given a fair ground to defence. Whatever evidence against them and supporting information should be given to the defender. This will help in gaining clarity.
There is definitely another side of the story that we need to discover. We need to move the case ourselves since PG is struck now.

 If your names are listed and you did not invest in "BORON" , could you send us an email to iwantjusticeandintegrity@gmail.com