Money games: Victims reluctant to report friends and family


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  • Saturday, 13 May 2017

PETALING JAYA: Victims seldom take legal action against fraudulent “money games” operators because many of them were brought into the scheme by their friends and family members, said litigation lawyer Muhammad Akram Abdul Aziz.

He said it was natural for agents of these schemes to get their friends and family members to join.

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