It is one thing to take precautions against romance scammers, but what if it’s a loved one who’s falling for them?
Scams in Malaysia are exceptionally common and it takes just one slip to fall for it.
The scheme netted about US$23 million from Google in 2013 and about US$98 million from Facebook in 2015.
Korea and Japan were home to most of the thefts from exchanges, or 58%, throughout 2018.
Below are some fascinating ways on how to save money when shopping online.
From checking your emails for data breaches to never keeping your passwords or PIN in writing, there are many ways to protect your digital money.
The premise is simple. A network of professional con artists don skirts, suits and ties to try and blend in with the moneyed, well-heeled guests of tony hotels across the city
The losses attributed to these 'money mules' is estimated to be RM17 million.
Association of Banks in Malaysia reminds customers to regularly monitor their bank accounts for any unauthorised transactions.
Sabah Housing and Real Estate Developers Association warns public of companies marketing 'development projects' such as this, online and overseas.
There are victims who reported losses amounting to tens of thousands of US dollars, the embassy says on its official website.
Left with debt having finished life savings and borrowings from parents, woman now seeks help from Gerakan to pursue police report made in April last year.
Police warn of two women travelling through Batu Pahat, robbing residents under the guise of providing free health checks.
Always be prepared, and make sure that every employee is equipped to communicate the truth, AirAsia head of communication tells daily.
Most of the victims, in their 20s and 30s, end up in debt because of greed, says MCA’s Michael Chong.
The biggest scams in Malaysia are those conceived by the BN federal government.