Man in SG arrested over scam involving ‘sale’ of TV monitor on e-commerce site

The police said they believe he was also involved in other similar cases of e-commerce scams. — AFP

SINGAPORE: A man has been arrested over a scam on Carousell in which a buyer purportedly paid for a television monitor that never arrived.

The police said on Tuesday (Dec 28) that the victim did not receive the monitor after making a bank transfer to the man, 31. The victim had made a report on Nov 25.

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