2 weeks ago, my car was banged by this old BMW. Father left the 5-year-old son in the car while he tapao food in USJ2 Anggerik. The son shifted the gear from N to D and the car went straight and whacked my car.
My back bumper gone. Lights gone. Damage to the car body too.
Seeing he is a family man and him being apologetic for the accident and the kid was crying, I didn't make any police report. Both of us made gentleman agreement to get my car fixed soonest possible and he would pay for the repair.
My car was fixed a day after. RM750.
2 days later, he claimed that he was short of cash, so, I agreed to take RM350 and planned to get the remaining RM400 later.
2 weeks later. This fellow didn't pick up my call. And today, when someone picked up the call. Apparently, the number has been sold to this new owner.
Benefits of doubt. Went to the address he gave me weeks ago. F@rk, it is a fake address. Someone else is staying there!
This is the only information I have:
- Name: Fendy or Fandy
- Race: Malay
- Age: Late thirties
- Body build: Tall thin
- Car model: 12 to 14 year-old BMW 7 series
- Car plate number: BBB 730
- Fake home address: 17, Jalan SS17/3C (Yes, he claimed that he has stayed in Subang for 20 years and would not run away!)
If you have any information about this guy, please send a PM to me. Thanks in advanced.
This is a lesson for me - Do not be kind to any stranger.
My car was banged in Seremban, the driver was driving an X trail, and he wanted to settle and i agreed at any amount as mind was not that badly hurt. He agreed at 150, and you know what, he gave me a cek, saying do not have cash. What a b****r !, i did not notice the cek was written cash and at KT branch. I asked my friend in KT to cash out... and account ditutup.
This fella, WHAT A SIA SOI TO UITM !!!!, name card bearing CEO lah, badan punya GAYA, driving a big car but wanted to cheat RM150. What a cheap guy UITM is producing !.
cool it, cool. before condemning the output of uitm maybe you could clarify if you had checked the ic and driving licence of that gaya con man. otherwise you should bottoms up and let the whole of this community kick your butt. this is borrowing the legal principle of caveat emptor, or let the buyer beware. you buy his info without confirming, then don't cry when the milk is spilt.
by the way, if you were really in receipt of an "account closed" cheque and you wanna get somebody into real big trouble, you can make a police report against issuer for criminal cheating. the payee's name, even if it is cash, is immaterial. problem is, are you a typical malaysian?
RM150 for so much of troubles, forget it. Even if it is reported, i can bet nothing would happen. He printed it boldly in his name card !!!. Anyhow, i learnt a lesson, to judge by a person by his looks, gaya and talking style.... that is the kind of people that can be easily found.