Couple in hiding after RM19bil scam


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  • Friday, 07 Jul 2017

PETALING JAYA: Reports have emerged that a couple allegedly responsible for a pyramid scheme that swindled over 400,000 people in China of 30bil yuan (RM19bil) have fled to Malaysia.

Quoting various media reports in China, Nanyang Siang Pau said the couple – a 26-year-old Chinese national and her Malaysian husband – started a foreign currency investment scheme in Shenzhen promising high returns early this year.

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