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Man denies complaints

Siteri Sauvakacolo
Wednesday, May 14, 2014

A MAN facing charges of obtaining financial advantage by deception appeared before Magistrate Sufia Hamza yesterday.

Mohammed Suber Ali, between April 1 and April 26, 2012, allegedly promised a Savusavu businessman he would send his DVD by courier.

The court heard the complainant first deposited $300 into Mr Ali's account but no items were sent to him.

On April 26, another $200 was deposited into the account, and again Mr Ali failed to send the items.

A complaint was lodged with the police and the matter was investigated.

In court, when the facts were read out to him, Mr Ali denied there was an arrangement for him to send the DVDs by courier, saying it was not the arrangement they had made.

Magistrate Hamza adjourned the matter to May 30.








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