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Posted by yckim124 AKP STAFF Friday, February 23, 2018

Netizens accuse Duble Kick Company of forging invoice evidence for Momoland's sajaegi controversy

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Duble Kick Company's attempt to shut down Momoland's sajaegi accusations ended up leading to more suspicion. 


In response to the ongoing sajaegi (chart manipulation) accusations of Momoland's 'Great!' album, Duble Kick Company revealed invoice evidence laying out the details of the album sales. 


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The evidence failed to serve its purpose as netizens are now claiming the invoice is forged. The claims derived from the swift code. In the invoice provided by Duble Kick Company, the swift code reads, 'NHBNKRSE'. 



However, starting from December 1, 2017, KEB Hana Bank announced transactions will no longer be using the swift code 'HNBNKRSE'.





The new, currently active swift code reads, 'KOEXKRSE'.




Netizens also pointed out that the letters 'N' and 'H' are switched in the swift code of the "forged" invoice. 


Many are now confident that sajaegi accusations were true after all. Comments stated, "They're covering up lies with lies... Making matters worse", "They are doing wrong to Momoland", "Wow...", "They are dragging themselves down."

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