SINGAPORE - Four men who worked at an electronics shop in Sim Lim Square have been handed jail terms ranging from four to fourteen months.
The four men were found guilty of conspiring to cheat customers at a shop called Mobile Air, which is no longer in operation.
According to local news reports, Koh Guan Seng was given the longest jail term of 14 months, while Kam Kok Keong was sentenced to 11 months' jail.
The other two men, Lim Hong Ching and Kelvin Lim Zhi Wei were each sentenced to six months and four months in prison respectively. A case against their former boss Jover Chew Chiew Loon is ongoing.
It was previously reported that prosecutors accused Chew of being the mastermind of scams on customers at his shop.
Chew's controversial tactics first came under the spotlight after employees at his shop refunded a customer $1,010 in coins.