Xin Jing Bao Xin Jing Bao reporter learned today (April 11) from the Second Intermediate Peoples Court of Hainan Province that Tang Mou, a 46-year-old woman in Danzhou, knows that Zeng Mou (sentenced) is not qualified to handle public rental housing, but still introduces the way others find Zeng Mou to handle public rental housing. She has repeatedly cheated 58 people with Zeng Mou for public rental housing processing fees of 1.086 million yuan. Tang was finally sentenced to 10 yearsimprisonment for fraud and fined 200,000 yuan.
According to the introduction of Hainan Second Intermediate Court, since October 2015, Zeng boasted to Tang that he could apply for public rental housing in Yixin Garden and Fenghua District of Danzhou City, so that Tang could help introduce customers. Tang Mou agrees, claiming to know leaders can help apply for public rental housing indicators through relationship, but they need to charge a certain processing fee. Many people believe that, through the introduction of Tang Mou to Zeng Mou to help deal with public rental housing. Tang collects fees ranging from 12,000 yuan to 25,000 yuan from each customer and issues receipts, from which he receives introductory fees ranging from 0.3 million yuan to 13,000 yuan.
The court found that from February 2016 to October 2016, Tang Mou and Zeng Mou cheated 58 victims through the above means, totaling 1.086 million yuan. Up to the time of the case, Zeng had not been able to help others apply for public rental housing indicators. After the incident, Tang returned a total of 27,000 yuan to six victims. In March 2017, Tang Mou submitted a case to the public security organs, and Tang Mou was prosecuted by the procuratorial organs.
The court of first instance held that Tang Mous act constituted a crime of fraud. He was sentenced to 10 yearsimprisonment for fraud and fined 200,000 yuan. At the same time, he continued to recover his illegal income of 524,500 yuan and returned it to the victim. Tang Mous appeal was rejected by the Second Intermediate Peoples Court of Hainan Province recently and the original judgment was upheld.
Source: New Beijing Daily Responsible Editor: Li Wan_B11284