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Probe on loan scam, co-operative commission acts

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysia Co-operative Societies Commission (SKM) will investigate allegations that a few co-operatives, including the Malaysian National Co-operative Movement (Angkasa), are involved in a “syndicated loan scam”.

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Six held as cops bust loan scam

POLICE have uncovered a new loan scam, in which the victims are asked to deposit a sum in a bank account, before being lent money.


Saleswoman loses RM182,340 in loan scam

ALOR SETAR (Bernama): A 24-year-old saleswoman lost RM182,340 after she was believed to have been deceived in a loan scam by a company offering loans through the WhatsApp application on July 2.

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Syndicated loan scam

A SYNDICATED loan scam falsifying payslips for civil servants and employees of government-linked companies (GLCs) allegedly involving the Malaysian National Co-operative Movement (Angkasa) and various individual co-operatives is gaining traction and is currently being investigated.


91 loan scam cases in S'wak so far this year, RM767k lost

SIBU: The number of people in the state being conned in loan scam continues to rise with 91 cases reported and losses amounting to RM767,171 from January to May 5 this year.


Clerk loses RM32,000 life savings after being cheated in loan scam

SIBU: A factory clerk lost her life savings of RM32,250 after falling victim to a loan scam, says Sibu Deputy OCPD Supt Martin Koo.


Five held in loan scam involving over RM200,000

KUALA LUMPUR: Five people, including a woman, were detained in connection with a loan scam involving more than RM200,000.


Police break loan scam syndicate with arrest of five people

KUALA LUMPUR: Police have arrested five people in connection to a loan scam syndicate believed to have conned more than 30 people nationwide.


Loan scam syndicate responsible for RM500k worth of losses busted

KUALA LUMPUR: A loan scam syndicate responsible for 32 cases, resulting in some RM500,000 worth of losses, was busted.