STOMPer Law said that loan sharks had splashed paint on the door to his house, and sent him text messages in which they threatened to set his house on fire if he did not answer their calls.
Said the STOMPer:
"I was an innocent victim who was harassed by loan sharks.
"A new loan company messaged me and claimed that they can be long term business partners.
"They sounded real professional.
"And they already knew my NRIC number.
"Why I am shock and they claims it's information from the bank.
"I was asking them what the interest rates were if I took a loan for a certain amount.
"I was told that such an amount was big and required a deposit.
"Bear this in mind, it's purely a deposit, they claimed.
"The interest rate was very attractive, and it was on a monthly basis.
"After transferring the deposit, they asked for more money and I decided to call the loan off.
"These guys started yelling at me, and even remarks which threatened the safety me and my family.
"I told them I was not afraid as I did not sign anything, and I had not taken a single cent from them.
"I reported the case to the police immediately after suspecting that they were illegal money lenders.
"A week passed, and they called me and sent me text messages to pay up.
"I did not reply or answer their calls, which was the advice given by the police.
"It was nightmare!
"The following day they splashed paint on my door and wrote things that only loan sharks would write.
"I reported to the incident to the police, who advised me to stay calm.
"The same night, those guys kept calling me and sending me messages that if I didn't answer their calls they would set my house on fire.
"I was so pissed off that I could not take it.
"I answered the call and asked them what money I owed them, and that it was they who should return me my deposit money.
"They were very angry.
"They messaged me my son's name and claimed to make sure that next time they would lock my house.
"I was wondering where they got all these information from.
"It's been two weeks since the incident, and the police are still investigating these issues."