Police break up syndicate that ran online job scams in Hong Kong and Singapore, duping 430 people out of millions

Police in Hong Kong and Singapore have broken up a transnational syndicate running online employment scams suspected of duping at least 430 people out of more than HK$28 million (US$3.6 million) this year.In Hong Kong, officers rounded up 14 people – 12 men and two women – aged from 22 to 53 in a series of raids during the joint operation between June 16 and Friday, the force revealed on Tuesday. Two of the men were believed to be the ringleaders of the racket.Singaporean police arrested 23 men…

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