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SINGAPORE: The first 16 days of March saw at least 53 credit-for-sex scam cases reported to the police, with victims losing at least S4,000 (RM960,000) through such scams from the start of the year, the police said in a news release.
The victims are usually men, who fall for the scammers through social media platforms such as We Chat, Locanto and Ok Cupid.
The next step is a meet-up “in person”, but the scammer would not show up.In some cases money has been transferred, including sums in the region of £500, police said.Detective Inspector John Hazeldine said: "This is a scam which we believe is taking place across the country, and not confined to Hertfordshire.Kannada news channel BTV interviewed a woman with her face partially covered, who alleged that 71-year-old Meti had demanded sexual favours in return for carrying out transfers in his department.
Later, a man appeared on Public TV, with his face covered, and claimed that the woman was his wife.
Victims are told to pay hundreds of pounds or footage of them will be posted to their family and friends, detectives said.