The other gambler, Kuala Lumpur-based businessman Low Lin, will most likey be served at his consumer credit company’s address or elsewhere. Allegedly, Low owes the casino some $442,210 in losses. Since he is based abroad, High Court permission is required to serve him the suit papers.
The casino says Low requested $1 million in advanced credit last April and they gave him $500,000.
While he did pay $45,000 of his total debts, he still has about $442,210 left outstanding.
Even though it is unlikely that Marina Bay Sands will recover its losses, they hope their attempts to pursue these defaulters will help deter future ones.