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Macau Scam: Four Women Lose More Than RM600,000

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JOHOR BAHRU – As they were too trusting and did not check with the authorities, four women in Pontian near here fell prey to the Macau Scam syndicate, losing a total of RM634,867. Pontian police chief, Supt Zakaria Abd Rahman said the cases which occurred last month included the involvement of a teacher, private sector…

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Factory Supervisor Loses RM30,000 To Macau Scam Syndicate

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KUANTAN – A factory supervisor in Pekan lost RM30,000 after being duped by a fake call from a bank on Wednesday. Pahang Commercial CID chief Supt Wazir Mohd Yusof said the 44-year-old victim had earlier received a call from a man who introduced himself as a bank employee and alleged the victim had an outstanding…

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Police Nab 146 Individuals Allegedly Involved In Macau Scam Syndicate

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KUALA LUMPUR – The Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) have on Dec 12 arrested a total of 146 individuals for alleged involvement in the Macau Scam syndicate and online gambling activities which had caused losses estimated at RM13 million. Of the total, 71 of them were picked up during raids on nine locations in the Klang…

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Accountant Loses RM500,000 Savings To ‘Macau Scam’

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GEORGE TOWN – A male accountant in a private company here lost RM500,000 of his savings in several accounts after being cheated by individuals, believed to be a ‘Macau’ scam syndicate. The victim, Lim Lye Bee, 53, said he received a message in his handphone from an individual claiming to be a bank officer, saying…

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Many Still Falling Victim To ‘Macau Scam’ – Police

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KUALA LUMPUR – Despite reports of many people falling victim to the infamous ‘Macau Scam’, there are individuals still falling prey to the scam and incurring losses amounting to tens of thousands of ringgit. Bukit Aman ​​Commercial CID (Cyber ​​and Multimedia Investigation) Deputy Director, SAC Ahmad Nordin Ismail said statistics showed that 389 cases were reported nationwide involving losses of over RM17.4…

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