Trader loses RM859,500 to fake police inspector


A TRADER has lodged a police report over claims that she lost RM859,500 to the Macau scam after she was tricked by a person impersonating a police inspector.

Pahang Commercial Crime Investigation Department Chief Supt Mohd Wazir Mohd Yusof said the victim claimed a man contacted her on April 24 saying he was an employee of a courier company.


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  • If this senior lady was not aware, what about the bank officer when she transferred the money? The bank should be alert. But cases like this keep occurring.

    Posted 2 weeks ago by Penganalisa L

    • Yes there are triggers at the Bank if funds are frequently transfered.The Officer at the Bank should have been more proactive and alert higher mgmt .With AMLA rules in place such scams can be eliminated.

      Posted 2 weeks ago by Padmanathan Maniam

  • The banks can stop this. They choose not to.

    Posted 1 week ago by Malaysia New hope