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HK man who lost US$132,000 in scam sues 5 account holders to get his money back


A Hong Kong man has claimed he was cheated out of more than US$132,000 after being told by fraudsters he needed to pay taxes in advance for winning US$1.85 million in fictitious lucky draws.

The case came to light in a writ filed in the High Court on Tuesday by Steven Sun Hin-sang, a resident in Hong Kong and the United States, who is now demanding the five owners of the accounts, to which he made deposits, pay him back with interest.

SCMP , News , Hong Kong , Law and Crime

   

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