SG woman, 63, charged with opening bank accounts that criminals used for laundering scam proceeds

The woman mailed an ATM card to an address in Malaysia and provided the banking credentials to her online ‘friends’. — The Straits Times/ANN

SINGAPORE: A 63-year-old woman was charged on Thursday (April 28) with conspiring to cheat two banks by opening accounts that criminals behind Internet love scams then tapped.

The bank accounts were used to launder S$121,000 (RM381,175) cheated from three victims, the police said on Friday.

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