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PJ cops probe 57 mortgage rip-off cases from Jan-Nov

PJ cops probe 57 mortgage rip-off cases from Jan-Nov

KUALA LUMPUR: Petaling Jaya police had opened 57 investigation papers on non-existent loan cases, involving losses of almost RM700,000, from January to November, this year. District police chief ACP Nik Ezanee Mohd Faisal said 28 arrests were made and brought to court this year. “The modus operandi was to randomly advertise loan offers through social…...

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Police cautions public against unique on-line investment rip-off equipped on social media

Police cautions public against unique on-line investment rip-off equipped on social media

Zainuddin said throughout October and November, a total of 20 investigation papers were opened pertaining to the scheme, with losses estimated at RM689,146. — AFP picKUALA LUMPUR, Dec 2 — The Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) has detected a new illegal online investment scheme active on several social media platforms known by various terms such as ‘Like and Share’,…...

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5 arrested for helping telecom scammers

5 arrested for helping telecom scammers

Police have arrested five people for allegedly assisting telecom scammers based outside the Chinese mainland from Shanghai, officials said yesterday.The suspects allegedly had devices enabling the scammers to call residents in China from Chinese mobile phone numbers.Police in Jinshan District said they discovered the suspects during their investigation of a telecom scam earlier this year.The…...

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PlayStation 5 turns into holiday tale for scammers

PlayStation 5 turns into holiday tale for scammers

CLOSEDETROIT – The tough-to-find PlayStation 5 is turning into one red hot scam for the holidays. The Troy, Michigan, Police Department issued a "scam alert" Monday calling the often out-of-stock gaming console a "scammer's dream." Desperate Santas who really want to put a hot PS5 under the tree may be more vulnerable to scalpers and outright scammers. "Please use…...

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2G rip-off case: Delhi HC says this could well per chance hear in January CBI’s charm in opposition to acquittal

2G rip-off case: Delhi HC says this could well per chance hear in January CBI’s charm in opposition to acquittal

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court Tuesday said it will hear in January the CBI's appeal against the acquittal of former telecom minister A Raja and others in the 2G spectrum allocation scam case. Justice Yogesh Khanna fixed January 13 to 15, 2021 for hearing the appeal. Senior advocate Sonia Mathur, representing the CBI, urged…...

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Colombia Could well Crawl A Invoice Which Will Legalise Cocaine In The Country

Colombia Could well Crawl A Invoice Which Will Legalise Cocaine In The Country

If you can’t solve the problem, legalise the problem. That’s what a Colombian senator plans to do to curb and control the country’s modern-day cocaine crisis. Iván Marulanda, a Colombian senator, is pushing for a cocaine legislation bill, which if passed, will allow the state to legally distribute cocaine. The drug won’t be distributed for…...

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Final minute upright action saves 23 ‘criminals’ from being deported

Final minute upright action saves 23 ‘criminals’ from being deported

Up to 23 people who were due to be deported from Britain to Jamaica on a controversial charter flight have been granted a last minute reprieve. The Home Office was seeking to remove 36 Jamaican nationals who they say are ‘serious foreign criminals’ including convicted rapists and murderers.  Only 13 men were eventually deported in…...

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EU moral marketing and marketing consultant says top court docket would perhaps smooth reject Hungary lag

EU moral marketing and marketing consultant says top court docket would perhaps smooth reject Hungary lag

BRUSSELS (AP) — A senior legal adviser said Thursday that the European Union’s top court should reject Hungary’s attempts to overturn a European Parliament action aimed at holding the country to account for what lawmakers consider to be a breach of the bloc’s values.Advocate General Michal Bobek recommended that the European Court of Justice “dismiss…...

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Google accused of illegally spying on workers before firing them

Google accused of illegally spying on workers before firing them

What just happened? It's been a rough couple of years for Google regarding the relationship with its workers. In this latest development, the National Labor Relations Board is preparing to file a complaint against Google for spying on employees engaged in union activities. Google unlawfully spied on employees engaged in organizing before firing them according…...

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