UOB says Mr Lim Thiam Ho owes $105,080 because it made a cash advance under his credit card account.
Joyce LimSenior Correspondent
SINGAPORE – United Overseas Bank (UOB) has gone to court to recover more than $100,000 it advanced to a retiree who has refused to pay the amount, claiming that the bank was solely responsible for the loss which arose from an alleged phone scam.
UOB says Mr Lim Thiam Ho, 61, owes $105,080 because it made a cash advance under his credit card account.
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