Businessman loses RM191,000 in crypto investment scam | The Malaysian Insight

Businessman loses RM191,000 in crypto investment scam

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22/10/2021 4:37:00 PM

Businessman loses RM191,000 in crypto investment scam

Kelantan top cop says victim’s girlfriend proposes he join the scheme, which promises a daily 1% return.

Copy URLA BUSINESSMAN in his thirties has suffered a RM191,000 loss after falling victim to a cryptocurrency investment scheme scam.Kelantan police chief Shafien Mamat said the victim’s girlfriend had proposed that he join the scheme, which promises a daily 1% return based on a pre-determined duration.

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