376 Scammers being investigated for 1,300 cases of scams, youngest suspect 13 y.O
POLICE INVESTIGATE 376 SCAMMERS AND MONEY MULES IN ISLAND-WIDE ENFORCEMENT OPERATION
Officers from the Commercial Affairs Department and the seven Police Land Divisions conducted a two-week operation between 25 November 2022 and 8 December 2022. A total of 254 men and 122 women, aged between 13 and 71, are assisting in investigations for their suspected involvement in scams as scammers or money mules. The suspects are believed to be involved in more than 1,300 cases of scams, comprising mainly e-commerce scams, internet love scams, job scams, rental scams, Government and China Officials impersonation scams and fake friend call scams, where victims reportedly lost over $9.2 million.……
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Kim Leng Cheng 10/12/2022
376 scammers being investigated for 1,300 cases of scams, youngest suspect 13 years old Wow 376 talented scammers Important where’s the money goes Hope those who’s money kena scams get back asap
if u dont say “everytging go online”, then these scammers have no chance to scam n they will honesty look for job.
doesn't mean there are no scams offline
Ian Dian 10/12/2022
Youngest suspect is 13 years old only. What can he do to scam others ? He must be part of a big team.of scammers.
louis lee 10/12/2022
already said many times again and again jail all these bastards 15 to, 20 years
The govt should implement very heavy punishment on those people. I every time received such stupid scam messages.
Good news for SPF but will the victims ever get their money back? jo repirts on that, what happen to the money Spf confiscated l wonder?