PDRM: If You Receive This Kind Of Phone Calls, Do Not Answer!



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PDRM: If You Receive This Kind Of Phone Calls, Do Not Answer!

By Ayunie

There seems to be a new Macau scam tactic going around, and PDRM has officially issued a public warning.


The Macau Scam Syndicate has now adopted a new deceitful tactic: by using the face of a police officer when making video calls to a possible victim. 

According to the Sentul District Police Chief, Assistant Commissioner Beh Eng Lai, a 40-year-old housewife has recently made a police report regarding this incident. 


The victim claimed to have received a video call from an individual who introduced himself as an "Insurance Officer" before she was connected to a "Police Officer". The case is now investigated under Section 420/511 of the Penal Code for attempted fraud.

This syndicate is particularly tricky as the video calls are made using a deep fake application that digitally alters a person's face to make them look like someone else. 


So, if you receive a video call from someone pretending to be a police officer, ignore or hang up immediately! You could be their next potential victim if you're not careful.

macau scam syndicate video calls deep fake pdrm Police officers


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