52 Macau scam suspects entered country as ‘IT workers’


JOHOR BARU: The 52 foreigners arrested for alleged involvement in a Macau scam syndicate last week entered the country claiming to be IT workers.

Police found that the suspects – 46 from China and six from Taiwan – were recruited through online sites and promised lucrative jobs paying between RM4,000 and RM6,000 a month at a company here.

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