QuickCheck: Is law enforcement in Perlis issuing letters calling for suspects to turn up?

LETTERS in the mail appearing to come from a government agency generally attract more attention, especially if they appear to come from law enforcement agencies.

It was claimed recently that law enforcement in Perlis has been issuing letters stating that the recipient is a suspect in a case. Are such letters really being issued?



In a statement on their official Facebook page, the Perlis police contingent issued a statement saying that it has never issued any letters of this kind.

“The public can refer to the National Scam Response Center (NSRC) and conduct checks on commercial crime by dialling 997. The public can also call the Perlis police contingent hotline at 04-9872222 or the Perlis Contingent Control Center at 04-9872418 for further inquiries,” it said.

The Perlis police contingent added that the public can also check for mule accounts at https://semakmule.rmp.gov.my and said that an app can also be downloaded from the Google Play Store.

“The public can also keep updated on the latest modus operandi of commercial criminals by heading to the Cyber Crime Alert Royal Malaysia Police and the JSJK Perlis Facebook accounts,” it said.

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