Student duped by bogus cops after trying to sell 120 BB1M vouchers

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  • Thursday, 21 Apr 2016

SHAH ALAM: A 22-year-old college student, who thought he could get away with cheating the Government of RM30,000 worth of 1Malaysia Book Vouchers (BB1M), ended up being duped himself by a gang.

The polytechnic student had apparently collected 120 vouchers from his friends with the intention of exchanging them for cash with a broker, known only as Ah Chong.

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