Man, 22, gets three months’ jail in SG for opening bank account used by scammers


In about five days, more than S$35,500 was swindled from eight people in an ecommerce scam. — The Straits Times/ANN

SINGAPORE: After being promised S$500 (RM1,554), a 22-year-old man opened a bank account for a stranger who then used it to receive money from people he scammed.

In about five days, more than S$35,500 (RM110,349) was swindled from eight people in an e-commerce scam.

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