by Mindy Aguon
Guam - After uncovering a fraudulent scheme involving the sale of its Premier Club Guam membership cards and vouchers, PHR Ken Asset Management, Inc. announced that it has temporarily suspended the program. Management learned that two of its employees were allegedly selling the membership cards and vouchers outside of the Premier Club Membership Office.
The Guam Police Department is currently investigating the matter. KUAM News has confirmed that K'leen Cepeda and Jolene Mantanona are no longer affiliated with the program and are no longer employed with the company. In a press release, the company has asked for those individuals who have information regarding the sale of illegal premier club membership packets, cards, vouchers or certificates to contact the Tumon-Tamuning Precinct at 649-6330.
As a result of the fraudulent scheme, the company has temporarily suspended its Premier Club Guam program at all of the Ken Corp. properties for the next 30 days beginning tomorrow through February 19. The suspension period will allow lawful Premier Club Guam members to validate their membership cards, vouchers and certificates.
The company expects to release more information on the validation process in the coming days.
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