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A series of Vietnamese giants who ride super-luxury cars Rolls-Royce have bad luck

Rare and exclusive Rolls-Royce cars in Vietnam are associated with the names of the giants, but as a coincidence, many owners have had problems in the past time, not related to labor, they are also in trouble. trouble in business.

In the more than 100-year history of the British super luxury car company, Rolls-Royce associated with the aristocracy, the super-rich because the price and manufacturing method are not for the majority. Although expensive, so far in Vietnam, the number of Rolls-Royce cars has reached over 100 units, among many in Southeast Asian countries.

Also because of the expensive price, the cheapest car like the Rolls-Royce Wraith has been around 20 billion VND, so most owners of Rolls-Royce in Vietnam will not be able to be normal business owners, at least the property’s range of assets. they have reached hundreds of billions, even trillions of dong.

However, in the past 10 years, many owners of rare and exclusive Rolls-Royce cars have encountered many difficulties, people are stuck in labor, and business has gone downhill. Here are the stories of these special owners.

FLC Chairman Trinh Van Quyet and Rolls-Royce Phantom Fire: prosecuted for manipulating the stock market

The latest person to join the “club” of super-luxury owners with bad luck is Mr. Trinh Van Quyet (Chairman of the Board of Directors of FLC Group Joint Stock Company, cum Chairman of Bamboo Airways). The investigative agency of the Ministry of Public Security on March 29 initiated a criminal case, prosecuted the accused, and ordered the arrest and detention of Mr. Quyet for manipulating the stock market.

The president of FLC is the mysterious giant who owns a Rolls-Royce Phantom Flame Launched in Vietnam in October 2015. This is the first model in the Dong Son DSC (Dong Son Collection) Bronze Drum collection that the British super luxury company designed specifically to order, so it never collided.

A series of Vietnamese giants who ride super-luxury cars Rolls-Royce have bad luck
Rolls-Royce Phantom The sacred fire of President Trinh Van Quyet is the most classy in Vietnam

The unique no-second car of the Phantom Fire comes from the outside, featuring a two-tone Madeira red and Sunrise gold combination. The side of the car has a bronze drum symbol combined with a double coachline in yellow to create a luxurious and noble look. In particular, the Spirit of Ecstasy logo on the head is plated with 24k gold as a highlight for wealth.

Rolls-Royce Phantom Fire is unique and rare because the world doesn’t have a second one, and it took the British automaker 10 months to perfect it from concept to reality. When returning to Vietnam, this Phantom was the second most expensive in Vietnam at that time (up to 50 billion VND not yet rolled), only after the super car Bugatti Veyron returned to Vietnam in 2012 of giant Minh Plastics.

Nguyen Phuong Hang and Rolls-Royce Phantom: arrested for trespassing on privacy

About a week before Mr. Trinh Van Quyet, the giant female owner of Dai Nam tourist area, Nguyen Phuong Hang, was arrested by the Police Investigation Agency (PC01) of the Ho Chi Minh City Police for the act of abusing democratic freedoms to invade. violate the interests of the State, the legitimate rights and interests of organizations and individuals according to Article 331 of the Penal Code.

Hang is not only famous on social networks for her livestreams attracting hundreds of thousands of followers, but also known to the public for her cult car collection. CEO Nguyen Phuong Hang once said that her and her husband’s assets “diamonds and red books are in balance” or driving cars of 40-50 billion VND is common. Therefore, owning a Rolls-Royce is not uncommon.

A series of Vietnamese giants who ride super-luxury cars Rolls-Royce have bad luck
The super beautiful sea Rolls-Royce Phantom of Mrs. Nguyen Phuong Hang’s family

The most famous car with Mrs. Hang is the Rolls-Royce Phantom EWB with the number plate meaning “permanent generation” 61A-00789, and also the first Phantom of Binh Duong province in 2013.

At that time, this was the second Phantom in Vietnam after the first one was imported to the country in 2009. Initially, the Rolls-Royce Phantom of Phuong Hang’s family had a mysterious black exterior color, but after a while After using it, it has changed to a striking bright red color that many people think is to match the husband’s feng shui better.

Giants “plowing” Le Thanh Than and Rolls-Royce “Oriental Sun”: prosecuted for deceiving customers

The Rolls-Royce Phantom “Oriental Sun” is similar to the Phantom “Sacred Fire” which was personally ordered directly with the British super luxury brand, but before 1 was 2014. The car costs up to 43 billion and is the second most expensive Rolls-Royce in Vietnam, owned by giant Le Thanh Than.

Mr. Le Thanh Than is known as the owner of the Muong Thanh hotel brand located in many provinces and cities across the country, and also deals in real estate. Mr. Than once shared in the media that he “likes to smoke pipe tobacco and ride in a Rolls-Royce”, so he is also known by the name “giant plow” because he always has a rustic cigarette in the car.

A series of Vietnamese giants who ride super-luxury cars Rolls-Royce have bad luck
Rolls-Royce “Eastern sun” of giant “plow” Le Thanh Than

Having been successful with the hotel business and gradually gaining a brand name in the real estate market, Mr. Than had to receive a decision to prosecute on July 8, 2019 for the crime of “deceiving customers” according to the provisions of Article 198 of the Ministry of Finance. Criminal Law 2015.

Bau Kien and Rolls-Royce Phantom Dragon: Crime of fraud

Giant Nguyen Duc Kien, also known as Bau Kien, is one of the famous names in the banking and football world. Rich and on his way to rise like a kite, Mr. Kien shocked the domestic car world in 2012 when he became one of 33 owners of the super-luxury Rolls-Royce Phantom version of the Dragon year. exclusively for the Asian market. The car is estimated at 40 billion VND.

A series of Vietnamese giants who ride super-luxury cars Rolls-Royce have bad luck
Rolls-Royce Phantom Dragon Edition of Gourd Kien

However, receiving a Rolls-Royce car was not enough to “warm the seats”, from August 20, 2012 to May 31, 2013, Mr. Kien was in turn prosecuted for 4 crimes of fraud to appropriate property, Co. intentionally violate the State’s regulations on economic management, causing serious consequences, tax evasion and illegal business.

The total amount of money lost by Mr. Kien and his accomplices is more than 1,695 billion VND. This is considered one of the major corruption cases of 2013, a case that has made many faces in many industries, especially the banking industry, “indigo”.

Duong Thi Bach Diep: The first female giant to own a Rolls-Royce Bespoke: Crime of fraud

Referring to the history of Rolls-Royce entering Vietnam, no one is unaware of the Phantom of real estate giant Duong Thi Bach Diep.

In early 2008, Ms. Duong Thi Bach Diep (Director of Diep Bach Duong Real Estate Company) caused a stir when she bought a green Rolls-Royce Phantom with a value of up to 2.3 million USD, of which the original price was 1 USD. million USD, while taxes and fees are 1.3 million USD.

A series of Vietnamese giants who ride super-luxury cars Rolls-Royce have bad luck
Duong Thi Bach Diep and the first Rolls-Royce to Vietnam by air

This is the first personalized Rolls-Royce Phantom (Bespoke) ordered by a Vietnamese person from the UK. The license plate of the car is also in the “super toxic” category: 77L-7777 means “failed loss”, because the letter L when turned back also becomes number 7. According to feng shui people, the signboard is lost. Failure will bring bad luck to the user.

However, in 2019, Mrs. Diep and many former leaders of Ho Chi Minh City were arrested on charges of fraud related to Agribank, swapping public assets at the Department of Culture. By November 2021, the trial panel of the People’s Court of Ho Chi Minh City issued a life sentence for Ms. Duong Thi Bach. The reputation of the first Vietnamese woman to own a Rolls-Royce is now only mentioned as nostalgia, while Ms. Diep’s company has thousands of billions of dong in bad debt.

Ms. Pham Thi Dieu Hien: The female giant in the seafood industry went to Rolls-Royce to go to the sea in the third quarter of the year to be insolvent

Pham Thi Dieu Hien is a famous female seafood giant in Ho Chi Minh City. Can Tho is the owner of Binh An Seafood Company (Bianfishco). This giant woman was mentioned a lot by the public after the wedding procession for her son by a luxury car convoy in February 2012, including the “four-quarter” Rolls-Royce Phantom, which she boasted of buying for 25 billion VND. Even stories about this female giant’s willingness to play constantly appear in the media, commensurate with the huge fortune that the family business is holding.

A series of Vietnamese giants who ride super-luxury cars Rolls-Royce have bad luck
Rolls-Royce Phantom sea in the third quarter of the female giant in the seafood industry

However, Hien’s business was not smooth sailing. Immediately after his son’s wedding, Bianfishco fell into debt of trillions of dong with banks and partners.

To rescue the company, Hien’s husband said he had to sell a lot of assets, including a Rolls-Royce. In 2015, Mrs. Hien’s third quarter license plate Rolls-Royce was seen for sale at a car market in Ho Chi Minh City.

Khai “Silk” is gradually forgotten with the first Rolls-Royce Phantom

Not as expensive as the car of the giant woman Bac Duong, but the Rolls-Royce Phantom of the giant Hoang Khai (Khai Silk) was the first Rolls-Royce to return to Vietnam in 2007, opening the era of super luxury. Britain stayed in the country for the next 15 years.

The owner of a famous silk brand once boasted that he had to spend an amount of 1 million USD, equivalent to 16 billion VND (price in 2007). Of course, the owner’s luxury car KhaiSilk at that time was said to be the most expensive car in Vietnam, more than Cuong’s Lamborghini Gallardo supercar also bought in 2007.

A series of Vietnamese giants who ride super-luxury cars Rolls-Royce have bad luck
Mr. Hoang Khai with the first Rolls-Royce in Vietnam, taking pictures in the magnificently built TajmaSago castle in District 7, Ho Chi Minh City.

By the end of 2017, Mr. Hoang Khai had a big problem when his business was found to be using Chinese goods labeled “made in Vietnam”. The incident not only caused the owner of KhaiSilk to be investigated, but the brand was also gradually boycotted by consumers, silk shops were simultaneously closed. Mr. Khai has left the position of legal representative of Khai Silk. TajmaSago Castle and Khaisilk Group’s Cham Charm restaurant have also changed hands.

In the face of stormy waves, the Rolls-Royce Phantom also had to be sold. The car was then “aired” in August 2018, a private showroom offered to sell Mr. Khai’s Phantom for more than 9 billion VND.

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