A SHOP owner defrauded the Standard Chartered Bank of more than $200,000 over a two-day period by submitting forged card sales slips of overseas credit card holders, the District Court heard yesterday. Video Centre Co owner Ho Ling, 34, denies 13 counts of obtaining property by deception and nine counts of attempting to obtain property by deception. The Crown said more than $200,000 had been credited to the bank account of Video Centre Co in Tsim Sha Tsui on September 11 and 12, 1990. Ho is accused of attempting to obtain a further $354,850 from Citibank. His sister-in-law, Su Hui-fong, 31, owner of Wai Ming Photo Co, denied 14 counts of attempting to obtain property by deception, involving a total of $654,200, from Citibank. Prosecutor Wayne Walsh said the two shops, which sold videos and cameras, submitted claims amounting to $2 million to two banks between September 8 and 12, 1990. However, the present charges only involved about $1.2 million in claims. He said the sales slips contained bona fide information of 24 credit card holders from nine countries. None of the card holders was in Hong Kong when the purchases were purported to have been made, but none of the cards was lost or stolen. Su has been charged in relation to 21 of the 29 completed credit card sales slips which she submitted to the banks for payment, while Ho faces charges for 22 of the 54 sales slips which he submitted, Mr Walsh said. He said the shops had average claims for card payments, but between September 8 and 12, 1990, the amount rose dramatically. The hearing before Deputy Judge Day continues.