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ramsey
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 12, 2009 2:00 am Reply with quoteBack to top

JOHOR BARU: A 39-year-old cellphone salesman has been cheated of more than RM50,000 in an investment scam.

Lee Wei Wah was approached by a woman about investing in an alleged Japanese company in June last year, which promised to double the profit of the amount invested.

He said the woman told him over the phone that it required a minimum investment of RM50,000 to get such a return.

“The woman told me not to tell anyone else or I will not get such a profit.

“I paid the RM850 registration fee and received two certificates, which were faxed to me,” he said, adding that the woman promised to deposit the profit into his account after the full investment was made.

Blinded by greed, Lee said he continued to deposit money into different bank accounts, which amounted to RM56,682, with the hope of doubling his money.

But he did not get any returns after a few weeks of making the last payment.

“I tried calling the woman and even went to her office in Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, but I could not locate her,” he told a press conference organised by Johor Baru MCA Public Services and Complaints Bureau deputy chief Michael Tay here yesterday.

Lee has also lodged a police report at the Johor Baru Central police station.

Meanwhile, Tay said he would meet with police and bank representatives to help expedite the investigations.

He also reminded the people not to be easily fooled by the promise of easy money.

Johor Baru (South) OCPD Asst Comm Zainuddin Yaakob said police were investigating the matter.

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 12, 2009 11:17 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Moved here from main Scambaiting, you may get a better response here.

I get boiler room scammers ringing from the USA trying to get me to invest in stuff. I tell them I have a boiler, thankyou, and hang up.

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ramsey
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 13, 2009 2:12 am Reply with quoteBack to top

MEN, beware when a stranger taps you on the shoulder. He could be a con man out to fleece you of your money and belongings.

Harian Metro front-paged a report of a 30-year-old man who has the unusual ability to charm men into having a relationship with him.

The man is believed to be able to use black magic to cast a “love spell” by just tapping one’s shoulder when passing him at a public place.

One victim, known as Murad, 40, said he met the con man at a supermarket last year and was instantly attracted to him.

After knowing him for a few months, the man invited Murad to his house and both had a relationship.

“The weirdest part was that my feelings for my wife and my love for my children disappeared.

“All I could think of was the man,” said Murad.

He even gave his “lover” a few hectares of his land and RM2,000 monthly pocket money.

Murad was “cured” after seeking traditional help and is now working to save his marriage.

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 18, 2009 10:44 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Black Magic... yeah, right. Rolling Eyes

I suspect that this is more a case of simple blackmail - "Murad" was drawn into a gay relationship and was threatened with exposure.

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 23, 2009 2:28 am Reply with quoteBack to top

China Press reported that nearly 100 people had fallen victims to an electricity bill scam in Perak.

The victims were lured into believing that an agent with connections to Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) could help pay their bills at a 15% to 20% discount.

They passed their bills and money to the man but only realised that they were cheated upon receiving a termination reminder from TNB five months later.

It all began with businessman Cai Gao Tian, who was the agent’s friend of over 10 years, and who allowed him to pay his house electricity bill last July.

“He gave me a receipt, which showed that the payment was made with the discount,” he said.

Cai said he introduced the “offer” to his friends and relatives.

He said the agent had since refused to meet them or answer their telephone calls.

Some of the victims have lodged a police report on Jan 22.

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 24, 2009 6:16 am Reply with quoteBack to top

KUALA LUMPUR: An Australian woman was conned by two Nigerian men into parting with US$26,000 (RM92,750), after being convinced that they were holding US$12.5mil (RM43mil) belonging to her uncle who had died.
The Nigerians were arrested on Feb 13, after she flew into Malaysia to pay them the money and then realised she had been duped.
She was one of two victims of six tricksters, including a local woman, nabbed for money scams that netted RM260,000. i
The other victim was a businessman from Brunei, who was promised double his money for US$50,000 (RM175,000).
Those arrested also included two Cameroonians and two locals, believed to be working with an African-based syndicate.
City police chief Deputy Commissioner Datuk Muhammad Sabtu Osman said the six suspects were arrested in raids on two hotels in the city.
He said that on Feb 16, following a report lodged by the businessman, police arrested two Cameroonians and two locals, and seized 10 bundles of RM50 notes, believed to be fake. “Initial investigations revealed that the businessman was promised a two-fold return if he paid them US$50,000,” he said in a press conference yesterday.
DCP Muhammad Sabtu said police also seized 121 bundles of what they believed were fake US$100 notes, and two fake British High Commission identity cards from the Nigerians.

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