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NETIZEN GETS MESSAGES FROM 3 GIRLS ASKING FOR SEX @ 355 SEMBAWANG

I don't know if I'm considered lucky or suay, I just receive 3 messages from 3 different girls while looking through my WeChat at Sembawang Sun Plaza. All three of them are pretty young PRC girls, very presentable wearing branded goods in their profile pictures. They are asking me for a quick time. The damage is $100/XXX/XXXXX.

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SEX SCAM ON THE RISE, 53 CASES ALONE IN THE FIRST TWO WEEKS OF MARCH

Police said that victims are usually men, and the online platforms involved are WeChat, Locanto and OkCupid. Scammers would usually engage their victims via phone calls and online messaging. The victims are usually told to buy gift cards or online shopping credits such as iTunes or Alipay Purchase Cards before they can meet up or date the scammer. What makes the victims desperate to meet the scammer? Usually, sexual favours are dangled to the victim to entice them.

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SCAM BY CHINA GUY ASKING TO TRANSFER MONEY, OR THEY HURT YOUR FAMILY!

At around 3pm today, I have received a phone call from a private number asking me to transfer money to their account due to they say they will hurt my family members. After I have received the phone call I immediately make a police report telling them this number wanted to cheat my money by giving me a warning saying they will do things to hurt my family. After the investigations they mentioned the culprit is a CHINA GUY!!

Everyone please beware of a private number. They might call you in anytime and cheat your money away. Let's corperate together and stop these things from happening!

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JAY CHOU CONCERT TICKET SCAMMERS ONLY GOT PROBATION FOR CHEATING

Is there no such thing as hard work anymore? Two tertiary students were yesterday sentenced to 21 months probation for cheating their victims in a scam involving a Jay Chou concert. They apparently worked together to cheat 11 people a total of $7,670. One is from NTU, while another is from SIM. Between the two, they had only one valid ticket, but they hatched a scam to print bogus tickets, taking advantage of Jay Chou fans who were looking for the sold out tickets.

Both are university students, which means academically, they could not be doing too badly for themselves. Why stoop to scamming people of their money, only these two young men can answer.

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DON'T SAY YES WHEN SCAMMERS ASK YOU, "CAN YOU HEAR ME?"

A new kind of scam has been affecting phone users throughout the UK, United States and Asia. When victims answer a phone call from an unfamiliar number, a voice will briefly introduce themselves or the company they work for. After that, they will ask, "Can you hear me?"

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