4 ways to avoid falling victim to scams

4 ways to avoid falling victim to scams

7 days ago

THE risk of falling victim to scams is higher than ever, as scammers continue to adapt and develop newer and advanced schemes.

Police statistics revealed that there were 12,092 scam cases between January and July just last year, which totaled to a loss of RM414.8 million. In 2021, 20,701 cases were reported with losses amounting to RM511.2 million.

The scam cases included online trading scams, sale scams, business email scams and SMS scams.

Malaysian users must constantly be attentive and practise preventive measures to protect themselves against fraudsters and scammers.

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