Embezzlement of 14 billion from company to upload games, 9x gamers have to pay a heavy price

Embezzlement of 14 billion from company to upload games, 9x gamers have to pay a heavy price

The Chinese press recently reported that a 9x player currently lives in the Gansu province of China because he wanted his account to enter the game’s wealth ranking and embezzled nearly 4 million yuan of public funds from the company. However, the role could not wrap up the fire, this player’s offense was quickly discovered, which cost him dearly.

Quach Dong Minh was born in 1991, he turns 30 this year, he is the CFO of a company in Linh Dai District, Gansu Province. Since he was in school, Guo loves online games and he has always been a fan of rich giants who are willing to spend thousands of yuan to buy rare equipment and mounts in the game. However, with the meager salary of an ordinary financial worker, Guo Dongming could not spend this passion, so he began to think about embezzling public funds.

“At first I just took a little, intending to play a little, after using it I immediately put it back, then the more I did, the more money I took out, I was completely blinded by lust… Mistake after mistake, eventually sinking deeper into the path of sin.”

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Due to the lack of knowledge of the company’s financial staff about Alipay and online banking, Guo Dong Minh has full control of the company’s bank account, which is a favorable condition for this player to commit crimes. After getting used to “stealing”, he also used his salary to buy high-end smartphones and computers. During his two years working at this company, Guo embezzled a total of 3,873,804 yuan (equivalent to 13.6 billion dong).


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When he was arrested by the police, Guo Dongming admitted to the entire crime and regretted his actions. But unfortunately time cannot go back, he was sentenced to 6 years and 6 months in prison by the Linh Dai District People’s Court for embezzlement of public funds and must return the stolen money.

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