‘Vulnerable groups are easy prey’


The MCA Public Services and Complaints Department headed by Chong (right) has received numerous complaints of love scams.

SCAMS have been around for countless years and the culprits behind them have become more creative and increasingly sneaky in their attempts to cheat people. They are more prevalent now, making the current situation even harder for Malaysians to bear.

The Federal Commercial Crime Investigation Department (CCID) investigated 14,050 of such cases, with losses estimated at RM914mil for the first six months of this year.

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