Carousell scammer jailed in SG, victims believed he had mobile phone for sale


Last year, Chua listed a Samsung Note 5 mobile phone on Carousell for S$100, even though he did not have any phones to sell. — Unsplash

SINGAPORE: Just three years after he was convicted for cheating, the fraudster struck again.

Last year, Chua Min Sern, 42, listed a Samsung Note 5 mobile phone on Carousell for S$100 (RM311), even though he did not have any phones to sell.

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