Criminal prosecution for fraud (ex-boyfriend who borrowed money)
Q: I’m a woman in my early 30s. I’m currently preparing for a civil suit and criminal charge for fraud. My ex-boyfriend has borrowed money since last summer.
I transferred my account after receiving 14 million won in loan. Among them, I spent 2.9 million won on the card I borrowed before I received the loan and the card I paid for it.
The amount of money you personally sent me is about 4 million won, along with the small payment of the cell phone you used for business purposes.
I have a conversation. Every time he borrowed money, he said he would give it to me if the store was sold soon or tomorrow, but he said he would give it to me next time, making excuses 복합기임대
The total amount of money my boyfriend borrowed is about 24 million won. Cell phone bills, monthly rent, business expenses, etc. I tried to see my family, but I don’t think they’ll give me a joint guarantee. Is it possible to punish him? What should I prepare and submit?
A: You can’t report it to the police because it’s a simple civil matter. If there is clear evidence, I think I can get back 14 million won that I transferred after borrowing. It won’t be easy because it’s a money deal with someone who was a lover.
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