Tag Archives: Cheat

BEWARE OF Z COUTURE WEDDING DRESS DESIGNER, LYING SCAM ARTIST, LEFT BRIDE IN MESS 24 HRS B4 WEDDING

It was 24 hours BEFORE HER WEDDING!!!! HOW TO FIX THE ENTIRE DRESS?????? I cannot believe my ears and what I saw on the screenshots that my cousin sent to me. He cursed his mother to protect his arse!!!! What a sore loser and a downright despicable CHEAT!! I DO NOT UNDERSTAND WHY PEOPLE STILL COME TO HIM TO HAVE THEIR SUITS MADE WHEN HE CHEATS CLIENTS OF THEIR MONEY!!! This is definitely NOT the first time!

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FAKE HOUSING AGENT COLLECTED FEES FROM CLIENTS THEN RAN AWAY

A 30 year-old man had posed as a housing agent and collected fees from unsuspecting clients before he was caught by the Singapore Police Force. According to a police news release, the man had posed as a fake agent between May 2017 and July 2017 and scammed several victims who had placed advertisements online for rental of their units.

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WRONG FOR ORGANISERS BANK ON MESSI THEN SAY HE’S NOT COMING

A football fan felt cheated that Messi will not be playing in tonight's match despite repeated assurance that he will turn up. He blamed the organisers for not having integrity and by making use of Messi's star-draw to make money. "Promoting the match using his undisputed star-draw, then belatedly and limply attributing his absence to "personal reasons", without even a cursory attempt at an explanation, displays an alarming lack of integrity and competence, and a blatant disrespect for football fans on the part of the organisers. It has been widely reported that Messi was preparing for his wedding at the end of this month. Surely a responsible organiser would have scrupulously confirmed if he would be part of the game."

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MORE THAN 40 PPL CHEATED BY PAYPAL SCAM

More than 40 people have been cheated by a PayPal scam which involves fake buyers sending fake emails to pretend that they have paid for the items. The emails reportedly looked legitimate as it seemed to have come from PayPal and other reputable banks. In some cases, they cheated people of fake "admin fees" to activate their PayPal accounts in order for them to receive payment. Victims of the scam did not receive a single cent. The SPF is warning everyone to always seek official verification by logging in to their PayPal accounts first, rather than opening attachments in emails or freely giving out their credit card details.

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