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SCAMS have been around for countless years and the culprits behind them have become more creative and increasingly sneaky in their attempts to cheat people. They are more prevalent now, making the current situation even harder for Malaysians to bear.
JOHOR BARU: A 58-year-old widow parted with more than RM508,000 to her "Australian lover” after falling prey to a love scam.
JOHOR BARU: A 68-year-old woman lost about RM257,000 of her late husband’s savings and even resorted to borrowing money from friends after falling prey to an online love scam.
JOHOR BARU: A 68-year-old woman lost over RM257,000 of her late husband’s savings and borrowed funds after falling prey to an online love scam.
Public urged to be vigilant as police, immigration, banks, consumer groups and complaints department continue to fight against scammers.
KUANTAN (Bernama): A businessman lodged a police report saying he lost RM295,950 after his 14-year-old son was deceived by a "love scam" syndicate.
KEPALA BATAS: Falling in love is the sweetest thing, but the experience turned bitter for a teacher who lost a fortune after she fell head over heels for an “American soldier”.
KEPALA BATAS: A 37-year-old civil servant who fell in love with an "American soldier" was duped out of RM112,000 in a love scam.
BUTTERWORTH: A 57-year-old single mother fell prey to a love scam syndicate and lost RM40,450 of her savings after meeting an individual through social media who claimed to be from London.