The swindlers left posts on social media platforms to lure victims into making bogus investments. Photo: FacebookThe swindlers left posts on social media platforms to lure victims into making bogus investments. Photo: Facebook
The swindlers left posts on social media platforms to lure victims into making bogus investments. Photo: Facebook

Hong Kong police arrest two men over online scams that cheated 22 people of nearly HK$3 million

  • Victims had been deceived into making bogus investments or payments for driving permits
  • Suspects used social media platforms to lure targets into cryptocurrency trading

Topic |   Crime
The swindlers left posts on social media platforms to lure victims into making bogus investments. Photo: FacebookThe swindlers left posts on social media platforms to lure victims into making bogus investments. Photo: Facebook
The swindlers left posts on social media platforms to lure victims into making bogus investments. Photo: Facebook
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