Retired teacher in Kedah suffers RM100,000 losses in Macau scam | Malay Mail

17/1/2022 3:55:00 PM

Retired teacher in Kedah suffers RM100,000 losses in Macau scam

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Retired teacher in Kedah suffers RM100,000 losses in Macau scam

ALOR SETAR, Jan 17 — A 60-year-old retired female teacher has lost RM100,000 to a Macau Scam syndicate which duped her into believing that she was involved in money laundering. Kedah Commercial Crime Investigation Department chief Supt Elias Omar said the victim, who hails from Changlun, Kubang...

channel for the latest updates.ALOR SETAR, Jan 17 — A 60-year-old retired female teacher has lost RM100,000 to a Macau Scam syndicate which duped her into believing that she was involved in money laundering.Kedah Commercial Crime Investigation Department chief Supt Elias Omar said the victim, who hails from Changlun, Kubang Pasu, received a phone call on January 3 from an insurance agent alleging that she had been involved in an accident.

“Despite denying the claim, the victim was instructed to lodge an online report at the Pudu Police Station, Kuala Lumpur. The call was connected to another suspect who claimed to be a police officer with the rank of sergeant from the police station.“The victim was told that she was involved in a money laundering case and had to provide the 16-digit number on her bank card and her online banking details for investigation purposes. She was told to wait for three weeks,” he said in a statement today.

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Retired teacher suffers RM100,000 losses in Macau scamALOR SETAR: A 60-year-old retired female teacher has lost RM100,000 to a ' Macau Scam ' syndicate which duped her into believing that she was involved in money laundering. Why this macau scam keep happening ... looks we don’t have capability to address this problem ... they are powerful scammers ... normal rakyat definitely cheated by them ... hopefully our intelligent agents look after this ... please don’t keep blame rakyat

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Telegram channel for the latest updates.× Copy URL Police say the victim was told that she was involved in a money laundering case and had to provide the 16-digit number on her bank card and her online banking details for investigation purposes.Kedah Commercial Crime Investigation Department chief Supt Elias Omar said the victim, who hailed from Changlun, Kubang Pasu, received a phone call on Jan 3 from an insurance agent alleging that she had been involved in an accident.PETALING JAYA : Liga Bolasepak Amatur (AFL) beri amaran buat semua pasukan dan jurulatih agar tidak terbabit dengan gejala menggunakan lesen jurulatih bertauliah bagi mendaftarkan individu lain dalam saingan Liga M3 musim ini.

ALOR SETAR, Jan 17 — A 60-year-old retired female teacher has lost RM100,000 to a Macau Scam syndicate which duped her into believing that she was involved in money laundering. Kedah Commercial Crime Investigation Department chief Supt Elias Omar said the victim, who hails from Changlun, Kubang Pasu, received a phone call on January 3 from an insurance agent alleging that she had been involved in an accident. A 60-YEAR-OLD retired female teacher has lost RM100,000 to a Macau scam syndicate, which duped her into believing that she was involved in money laundering. “Despite denying the claim, the victim was instructed to lodge an online report at the Pudu Police Station, Kuala Lumpur. "The victim was told that she was involved in a money laundering case and had to provide the 16-digit number on her bank card and her online banking details for investigation purposes. The call was connected to another suspect who claimed to be a police officer with the rank of sergeant from the police station. Effective July 2018, access to full reports will only be available with a subscription. “The victim was told that she was involved in a money laundering case and had to provide the 16-digit number on her bank card and her online banking details for investigation purposes. Jadi saya berharap pasukan-pasukan akan mengikut peraturan yang sudah ditetapkan, bermakna jurulatih tempatan yang berlesen A sahaja yang boleh untuk jadi ketua jurulatih dalam pasukan M3 ini.

She was told to wait for three weeks,” he said in a statement today. The victim then lodged a police report on Jan 13 at the Changlun police station and an investigation paper was opened under Section 420 of the Penal Code. Elias said when the victim checked her bank account later, she found that a total of RM100,000 had been transferred in stages to another account. The victim then lodged a police report on January 13 at the Changlun police station and an investigation paper was opened under Section 420 of the Penal Code. Elias urged the public to check the authenticity of information received with the website or download the “Check Scammers CCID” application to avoid becoming a victim of fraud.gov. — Bernama You May Also Like Related Articles . Dalam saingan Liga M3 musim ini, sebanyak 20 pasukan amatur bakal merebut gelaran juara yang dijadual bermula pada 11 Februari ini dengan membahagikan kepada dua kumpulan iaitu A dan B.