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,Malacca police detect new Macau scam using fake police document. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, June 13, 2022.

MALACCA police have uncovered the latest deception of Macau scammers who use a false document, a Notice of Suspect’s Presence, allegedly issued (signed) by the contingent, asking the recipient to assist the police investigation on the Macau Scam.

Malacca Commercial Crime Investigation Department head, Supt E. Sundra Rajan said a fake document, allegedly signed by the Malacca police chief, was sent via WhatsApp yesterday to trick a 24-year-old victim.

He said the Notice of Suspect’s Presence received by this victim claimed that the recipient was suspected of being involved in drug *** uggling, money laundering and receiving a commission of RM228,000.

“Through the fake document, the victim was asked to cooperate with the Malacca police contingent headquarters within two hours of receiving the letter and that an arrest warrant would be issued immediately if the victim did not cooperate.

“The document also claims that the victim’s bank account will be frozen within 16 months and the victim to be remanded for 45 days,” he said in a statement in Malacca today.

Sundra Rajan said the victim was warned not to tell others about the document he received but fortunately, the said victim instead contacted the Malacca contingent via WhatsApp to seek confirmation.

He said the police investigation found that the fake document was the new modus operandi used by the Macau Scam syndicate to deceive and intimidate individuals into believing that they were involved in a bona fide police investigation.

“The deceived victim would then be instructed to provide bank account details and banking information to the syndicate before it siphoned money from the victim’s account.

“Therefore, anyone who has received this fake document should inform the nearest police station or contact the CCID Scam Response Centre at 03-26101559/1599 for inquiries or confirmation to avoid falling victim to this new cunning tactic of deception,” he added. – Bernama, June 13, 2022.


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