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Things to look out for in a Macau Scam
Prevent yourself or loved ones from being a victim
RM287.3 million were lost due to Macau Scam in 2020 according to Bukit Aman CCID director Comm Datuk Zainuddin Yaacob. Anyone could fall victim to Macau Scam with the 3 tactics that the scammers use. Find out how you can save yourself or your loved ones from becoming a victim in our infographic here.
Remember — if the authorities really want you, they should show up at your doorstep instead of via phone calls.
In the event, if you are called to the police station, engage with a lawyer and show up with the lawyer.
You could stop a Macau Scam that is happening as we speak, inform your friends and family to prevent them from becoming victims. Share it with your friends and family.
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