THE STAR – BANK CANCELS RE-AUCTION AND AGREES TO REMOVE BANKRUPTCY STATUS-13/1/2017
12 Jan 2017 – Telah berlangsungnya Majlis Makan Malam Himpunan Kasih bersama Persatuan Orang Kota Bharu (POKB) yang dirasmikan oleh Dato Sri Mustapa Mohamed Menteri Perdagangan Antarabangsa dan Industri semalam.
Majlis ini bertujuan untuk melancarkan Logo Yayasan Kasih Kanser dan Kronik OKB serta juga pelancaran untuk Buletin Ahli muda OKB.
Selain itu, penyampaian plak watikah pelantikan bagi Anggota Majlis Pemikir & Pemandu, Ahli Majlis Penasihat Presiden dan Ahli Penasihat Ahli Muda OKB.
Pelbagai anugerah yang diberikan oleh OKB di dalam majlis ini dan tidak terlepas juga Anugerah Emas Pencapaian Luar Biasa Juara No 1 Dalam Perdagangan Dan Kepenggunaan POKB 2016 yang diraih oleh Datuk Nadzim Johan Penasihat Khas Presiden (Perdagangan dan Kepenggunaan) / Ketua Aktivis Persatuan Pengguna Islam Malaysia (PPIM)
It was reported last month that Lee decided to forgo her deposit of RM44,500 for the auctioned house as she could not bring herself to purchase it when she saw a family living there.
Lee wrote a letter to them, apologising for buying the house and hoped that the deposit amount could be of some assistance to the family and also provided feng shui tips to the occupants of the house.
She wanted to remain anonymous and did not want to be showered with attention.
Nor, who was also present during the press conference, said she was relieved that the problem would finally be resolved.
However, she was still waiting for the bank’s next course of action and for their “black and white confirmation” .
“We admit that we have financial problems and were unable to pay promptly every month. We met the bank officers, gave post-dated cheques and made several arrangements.
“We did everything we were told to do, but at the same time, the bank officer also arranged for my husband to be declared bankrupt and we really felt cheated,” said Nor as tears streamed down her cheeks.
The bank involved in the mortgage has yet to give an official response at press time.
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