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Malaysian held for alleged fraud

A high-flying Malaysian woman entrepreneur, who is the managing director of a multilevel marketing company here, has been detained by police for alleged fraud.

The police have also despatched an All-Points Bulletin (APB) to locate the founder of the company, believed to be a Malaysian Datuk, to facilitate investigations into the case.

Deputy Commissioner of Police G. Sampath Kumar said the 45-year-old woman was picked up on Sunday night after police received numerous complaints from investors against the company, QuestNet.

He said police sealed the company premises here and also detained the woman’s seven employees.

“Initial investigations revealed that the company had allegedly failed to keep its promise to pay returns to those who invested in it.

“We have received 1,837 complaints against QuestNet so far, not only from Chennai but also from other parts of Tamil Nadu and Andhara Pradesh as well,” he said yesterday.

Sampath said the police had registered a case against the Datuk.

“We have placed him as the number one suspect,” he added.

An assortment of gold coins weighing 87kg and silver coins weighing 889kg, watches and mobile phones worth millions of ringgit were seized from the company premises located here.

Sampath also said Chennai police wanted to contact Datuk Vijay Eswaran of the QI Group, whose headquarters is in Hong Kong, to assist in investigations into the case.

Source: thestar.com


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