Financial adviser charged over SG$185,000 fraud in Singapore

Pedro Gonçalves
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Financial adviser charged over SG$185,000 fraud in Singapore

A former financial planner in Singapore has been charged for allegedly cheating seven clients out of a total of SG$185,000 by leading them to believe that an endowment plan he was offering would give guaranteed returns of between 10% and 20%. Daniel Ross Harland, 32, is said to have altered some documents to cheat his victims, who transferred into his account between SG$5,000 and SG$80,000 each. Two of the alleged victims said that they were promised investment returns of 20% by Harla...

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