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At least 87 reports of car rental scams made in 2018: Police

At least 87 reports of car rental #scams made in 2018: #Police

30/1/2019 5:12:00 PM

At least 87 reports of car rental scams made in 2018: Police

SINGAPORE - At least 87 reports of car rental scams were made in 2018 costing victims more than $30,000, the police said on Wednesday (Jan 30).. Read more at

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