SCAM NEWS: China Offers Malaysia Help In Fight Against Online Crime Syndicates

SCAM NEWS: China Offers Malaysia Help In Fight Against Online Crime Syndicates

SCAM NEWS: China Offers Malaysia Help In Fight Against Online Crime Syndicates

KUALA LUMPUR: China is willing to help Malaysian authorities cripple transnational crime syndicates involving its citizens here, said China’s Ambassador to Malaysia, Bai Tian.

He said the offer of help includes the sharing of intelligence on online investment scams, such as the one busted by the Immigration Department in Cyberjaya, recently.

“We are ready to offer our assistance in terms of identifying (the 680 Chinese) suspects; and we are ready to cooperate with Malaysian law enforcement agencies in any cross-border crime crackdown,” Bai Tian added.

The ambassador said all suspects in the Cyberjaya case should be punished by the laws of this country if they are convicted.

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