More than 100 victims scammed over fake 'Musang King' investment plan

KOTA KINABALU: A "Musang King" investment plan that promises attractive returns with low deposits has resulted in over 155 people being cheated and more than RM3.1mil of losses incurred over the past four months.

Sabah police commissioner Datuk Omar Mammah said in the purported investment, a person can choose to invest between RM350 and RM6,000, and get more than double the amount in returns over 66 days.

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