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MELAKA: The Melaka Commercial Crime Department has ramped up its manhunt for 20 individuals including loan sharks for scamming locals including senior citizens.
MELAKA: Scams preying on desperate people, especially the jobless, by getting them to apply for non-existent loans are on the rise, says Melaka police.
MELAKA: A loan scam targeting desperate individuals, especially the unemployed, is on the rise in the state.
MELAKA: A Form Six student here lost RM10,000 to a fraudster claiming to be an antique collector from the United States who wanted to buy a RM2 note and five one-sen coins, both of which are no longer in circulation.
MELAKA: A Form Six student here will be investigated by the police as to how he obtained RM10,000 to pay a scammer.
MELAKA: Those who borrowed money from a suspected loan shark here do not need to repay debts totalling about RM300,000 now that he has been arrested.
MELAKA: A remorseful loan shark has said those who had borrowed from him, mostly blue-collar workers and housewives, need not repay their debts of about RM300,000.
MELAKA: A clerk who desperately wanted to secure a RM30,000 loan ended up losing RM92,000 in a loan scam.
MELAKA: A 27-year-old female customer service officer at a popular fast food chain lost RM18,000 in a postal scam here.