Most victims of ‘pig-butchering’ scams in S’pore are professionals between 30 and 40 years old


The Global Anti-Scam Organisation said that around 70 per cent of victims here are women. — THADDEUS ANG/The Straits Times/ANN

SINGAPORE: The non-profit Global Anti-Scam Organisation (Gaso) currently has around 60 members in its Singapore chapter whose losses total S$10.7mil (RM33.27mil).

It was formed in May last year after victims of pig-butchering scams came together, and has members from all over the world, including Europe, the United States, Australia and New Zealand.

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