The story of Princess from Saudi got a massive scam in Bali
The story of Princess from Saudi got a massive scam in Bali

ZERO.id – The story of Princess from Saudi got a massive scam in Bali. Princess of Saudi Arabia, Princess Lolowah bint Faisal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud became a victim of fraud. The daughter from the country of petrodollar must bear a huge loss of up to half a trillion rupiah.

This fraud case was first revealed by the Director of Criminal Crime at the National Police Brigadier General Ferdy Sambo. In this case, continued Sambo, Princess Lolowah had precisely sent money amounting to USD 36,106,574.84 or Rp. 505,492,047,760 sent from April 27, 2011 to September 16, 2018. Allegedly scamed out by Indonesian citizens (WNI) initials EMC alias Evie and EAH alias Eka.

“Losses are estimated at Rp. 512 billion or half a trillion more,” Sambo said in his statement on Tuesday (1/28/2020).

“Losses are estimated at Rp. 512 billion or half a trillion more,” Sambo said in his statement on Tuesday (1/28/2020).

“The money is for the purchase of land and the construction of Kama and Amrita Tedja villas on Jalan Pura Dalem, Banjar Sala, Pejeng Kawan Village, Tampaksiring District, Gianyar Regency, Bali,” he added.

However, said Sambo, construction had not been completed until 2018. Based on calculations by the Office of the Public Appraisal Service (KJPP) Ni Made Tjandra Kasih, had assessed the value of the Kama and Amrita Tedja villa buildings according to the physical condition of the building.

Sambo said the land and villa were promised by the perpetrators to be reversed in the name of the company PT Eastern Kayan. However, until now the land and villas are still in the name of the suspect. The perpetrator actually offered a plot of land to the victim covering an area of 1,600 M2 on Jalan Pantai Berawa, Tibubeneng Village, North Kuta, Badung, Bali, as if the land was sold by its owner.

Princess Lolowah bint Faisal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud
Princess Lolowah bint Faisal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud

Ferdy Sambo explained the case was reported by attorney Princess Lolowah in May 2019. According to him, the attorney of Princess Lolowah reported the existence of alleged criminal acts of fraud and or embezzlement and / or money laundering as referred to in Article 378 of the Criminal Code and / or Article 372 of the Criminal Code and / or Article 3 and Article 4 of Law Number 8 of 2010 concerning Prevention and Eradication of Money Laundering Crimes. Bareskrim is still investigating this case. Perpetrators are also still being hunted.

Princess Lolowah is the daughter of King Faisal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud. Princess Lolowah, born in 1948, was the daughter of King Faisal from his second wife, Effat Al-Thunayan. Now he is 72 years old.

Quoted from the page of Zayed University, United Arab Emirates, Princess Lolowah is known to be actively involved in various social activities, from women’s education to welfare issues. He took his high school education at Switzerland Finishing School. Princess Lolowah then assisted her mother, Queen Effat in supervising the Dar Al-Hanan School, the First Private Middle School for Girls in the Kingdom, Jeddah, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The Saudi Kingdom later founded the Effat University. Judging from the campus’s official website, Princess Lolowah serves as Deputy Chairperson of the Effat University Founding & Board of Trustees.

He is also a member of the International Trade Committee which is part of the Saudi Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Princess Lolowah also participated as a speaker and co-chair of the Council of 100 leaders and is still a member of the World Economic Forum. He also received the honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, honoris causa for his hard work to advance the position of women in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia from Mount Holyoke College on May 24, 2009.

He was the one who encouraged women to be allowed to drive again in Arabia. Because, as is well known, Saudi Arabia previously did forbid women to drive because they were considered vulnerable. This ban was made in 1990 through the fatwa of the Senior Council of the State Ulema. But thanks to the services of Princess Lolowah, this ban no longer applies.

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