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M’SIAN REFUSE TO FILE POLICE REPORT FOR ‘S’ SCAM CAUSE HE SCARE HIS PR CANCELLED

S scams often start with an attractive stranger contacting a person online. The scammer may use pictures of someone else or even a fake profile.

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They may tell their victim that they are looking for a relationship or a S experience. They may also promise money or gifts in return for S favors. Victims may be persuaded to send explicit photos or videos, or to meet up in person.

A Malaysian refuse to report to the Police because he is worried that he will face legal consequences himself.

Here is the story:

I have a colleague who is Malaysian. He is PR in sg and works in sg. He is single and never has a girlfriend before. Recently he told me this.

He: i got cheated by a S scam. I saw a profile of a chio bu in WeChat offering S services. When i reach the place, i was told to transfer $100 to her than she will meet me. After i transfer, the person block me

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Me: why you don’t make a police report

He: I don’t want to make a police report. I scare police will charge me for looking for illegal prostitutes. Later the sg government terminate my PR then I cannot work in sg anymore.

I hear liao arm chio. I finally understand why he cannot get a girlfriend.

Here are what netizens think:

Can say got love scam rather than s scam what…

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can post that “chio bu” profile here or not? like that more people can see see look look

Conclusion:

It is also important to be aware of the signs of a scam. Be suspicious of anyone who contacts you online and asks for money or favors. Don’t be fooled by false identities or promises of money or gifts. Be wary of anyone who tries to pressure you into meeting in person or sending explicit photos or videos. Finally, if you think you may be a victim of a S scam, contact the police and report the incident.

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