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  • pleaseHELPme's Avatar
    3 posts since Oct '13
    • Help please.

      If you do know which clinic,please pm me the Info's.

      I know this is not legal but please,do me this favour and I will return you back this big favour if I didn't lose my job.

       

      Regards.

      Edited by pleaseHELPme 11 Oct `13, 8:13AM
  • fudgester's Avatar
    25,382 posts since Jan '04
    • Another modify-my-MC thread!

      If anyone here helps you, he will be an accomplice to your crime.

      If what you do gets found out, you will be fired anyway.

      And if any doctor is stupid enough to listen to your request, he will be suspended.

      Close this thread and ban the threadstarter. 

      Regards.

      Edited by fudgester 11 Oct `13, 8:15AM
  • eac's Avatar
    4,047 posts since Dec '03
    • Police have arrested a 22-year-old female student who is involved in several cases of Forgery of Medical Certificates.  

      It is believe the suspect had sold forged Medical Certificates to other students, who in turn submitted them to their respective schools to skip classes. The students had contacted the suspect through social media and subsequently arranged to meet up with the suspect to purchase the forged Medical Certificates (MCs), which had the letterheads of legitimate clinics fraudulently printed on them. The forged MCs were detected when the teacher of the school in the east became suspicious and verified the students’ medical records with the respective clinics, which then exposed the ruse. A police report was then lodged.

      Through protracted investigations and extensive follow-up, officers from Ang Mo Kio Police Division managed to establish the identity of the suspect who sold the MCs to the students. On 22 May 2013 at about 10.30 pm , the suspect was arrested in the vicinity of Ang Mo Kio Avenue 9. A stack of forged MCs was also found at the suspect’s house and seized as case exhibit. Preliminary investigations revealed that the suspect had sold the forged MCs to at least 30 students between March 2013 and May 2013.

      Investigations against the suspect as well as the students involved are on-going. The offence of Forgery for the Purpose of Cheating under Section 468 of the Penal Code Chapter 224, carries a maximum jail term of up to 10 years’ imprisonment, and shall also be liable to fine.

      Commander of Ang Mo Kio Police Division, Deputy Assistant Commissioner of Police (DAC) Keok Tong San, commended his officers for their good investigation which resulted in the arrest of the suspect and protected the integrity of the affected clinics. He also cautioned that forging Medical Certificates in order to skip school or work is tantamount to a criminal offence and the Police will not hesitate to take such persons to task.

       

      PUBLIC AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT
      SINGAPORE POLICE FORCE
      24 May 2013 @ 4.10pm

  • pleaseHELPme's Avatar
    3 posts since Oct '13
    • I Will pay the person $500 if he would be able to pm me which clinic that do it.

      Although there's nothing I can vouch for myself. Maybe we can meet up and go together.

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    FireIce's Avatar
    265,921 posts since Dec '99
  • eac's Avatar
    4,047 posts since Dec '03
    • Published on Aug 31, 2012 on The Straits Times
      By Elena Chong

      ICA officer jailed for forging medical certificates

      An Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) officer was sentenced to four months' jail on Friday for forging medical certificates.

      Mohammad Saqib Mohd Ghalib, 34, a staff sergeant, had admitted to five charges of fraudulently making the MCs issued by Kao & Tan Family Medical Centre & Surgery by cancelling the period of his MCs and altering the dates without lawful authority.

      He committed the offences at Telok Blangah Post Office between December 2010 and March last year.

      A district court heard that Sadiq, attached to the Woodlands checkpoint for the last seven years, would tell the doctors at the clinic that they would need to stamp and sign on the MC three times so that his office would believe that it was genuine.

       

      Published on Oct 10, 2012 on The Straits Times

      Man jailed for forging medical certificate

      A 32-year-old man has been charged with two counts of forging documents. 

      The alleged offences are believed to have taken place on or before July 2 this year.

      Leong Chee Kin is accused of faking a medical certificate or MC dated June 25 this year.

      He's also believed to have forged a document, purportedly issued on April 3, 2012, requiring him to report for reservist training. 

      For each charge, Leong faces a maximum penalty of four years' jail and a fine.

      Edited by eac 11 Oct `13, 1:34PM
  • fudgester's Avatar
    25,382 posts since Jan '04
    • I know two places you can go to:

      Heaquarters, Singapore Police Force

      28 Irrawady Rd S(329560)

       

      Another one:

      Police Cantonment Complex

      391 New Bridge Rd S(888762)

       

      Very nice places. They can get for you free lodging, medical care and food ranging from one day to the rest of your life.icon_biggrin.gif

  • pleaseHELPme's Avatar
    3 posts since Oct '13
  • Queen of sgForums
    驚世駭俗醜不啦嘰 moderatress
    FireIce's Avatar
    265,921 posts since Dec '99
  • eac's Avatar
    4,047 posts since Dec '03
    • Woman investigated for filing false police report to cover work absence
      10 Oct 2013
      | By Channel NewsAsia

      Police are investigating a woman who is believed to have lodged a false police report of snatch theft to cover up her absence from work.

      Her boyfriend, who is believed to have instigated her into filing the report, is also being investigated.

      In a statement, police said the woman, 22, lodged the report on October 9 at about 11.25am.

      She reported that an unknown dark-skinned man riding a bicycle had snatched her handbag at about 6.15am that day at Sembawang Drive.

      She claimed her bag contained an EZ-Link card and personal items.

      Police said they investigated the case, and established that the woman had made a false report on the instigation of her 27-year-old boyfriend.

      She had apparently used up her leave entitlement, and lodged the report as an excuse to be absent from work.

      Police said investigations against the couple are on-going.

      They warned that anyone convicted of filing a false report or abetting to such an offence can be jailed up to a year and fined up to S$5000.  - CNA/nd

  • All the Best!'s Avatar
    2,754 posts since Oct '13
    • Originally posted by FireIce:

      PM me the clinic too 

      so i can report

      Lol,, but u think ppl stupid nuff to PM u? 

  • Queen of sgForums
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    FireIce's Avatar
    265,921 posts since Dec '99
  • All the Best!'s Avatar
    2,754 posts since Oct '13
    • Originally posted by FireIce:

      got ppl stupid enuf to pretend to be newbie worrrrrr

      Didn't say I newbie, and also not say I am new here..

  • Summer hill's Avatar
    6,640 posts since Dec '11
  • All the Best!'s Avatar
    2,754 posts since Oct '13
    • Originally posted by Summer hill:

      TS, do you know that fireice moniters all PM? #justsaying

      like that no privacy leh icon_sad.gif

      now only fb can do it le

  • Ursa's Avatar
    11 posts since Oct '07
  • All the Best!'s Avatar
    2,754 posts since Oct '13
    • Originally posted by Ursa:

      TS, i need help on that too. Can PM me details please? Very urgent.

      Better fb lah, u see what Summer hill said

  • Ursa's Avatar
    11 posts since Oct '07
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