Scammers use these psychological methods to influence you


Johor police chief Comm Datuk Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay shows how a Macau scam operation recruits potential employees to pose as fake bank officers. — Photos: Filepic

“Civil servant loses over RM700k in a scam” read the heading of a news article (The Star, March 1, 2022) last week.

Many, reading such stories, perhaps just raise their eyebrows and shake their heads, wondering how people can be so gullible.

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