10 e-hailing drivers conned by same man


KUALA LUMPUR: An act of kindness turned out costly for a taxi driver who lent his mobile phone to a passenger to call for help.

Azahari Ahmad, 56, ended up with a phone bill of about RM1,000 as his personal data is believed to have been used to gain access to make contactless payments.

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