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KUALA LUMPUR: A total of 853 illegal moneylenders, or Ah Long, have been detained nationwide so far this year, with more than RM2.9mil worth of loans on their books.
MELAKA: Two men decided to set fire to their own three cars, including a luxury car, in a bid to collect insurance payments from the damage to settle their debts to loan sharks.
KOTA BARU (Bernama): A number of Form Five students were among the 280 people who lodged reports over the past month with the Kelantan Muslim Consumers Association (PPIK) after being threatened by Ah Long or illegal moneylenders for failing to repay loans.
SHAH ALAM: Selangor police have arrested 38 suspected illegal moneylenders through Ops Vulture early this month.
JOHOR BARU: Two Malaysians working in Singapore are being harassed by illegal moneylenders after trying to borrow money to recover their losses in an investment scheme.
MELAKA: Melaka police have detained four men for allegedly being hired by loan shark syndicates to intimidate borrowers as well as their unsuspecting neighbours with petrol bombs and red paint.
BALIK PULAU: Two men in their 20s were arrested for alleged involvement in illegal moneylending activities.
JOHOR BARU: A woman gave her personal details to an illegal moneylender via social media out of curiosity to see how such loans work but regretted it soon after.
MADAM Cho (not her real name) believes her son’s online gambling addiction has driven him to borrow cash from illegal moneylenders.