SCAM NEWS: Singapore Woman Convicted Of Laundering Nearly $100,000 Taken From Elderly Victims Of Internet Love Scams

SCAM NEWS: Singapore Woman Convicted Of Laundering Nearly $100,000 Taken From Elderly Victims Of Internet Love Scams

SINGAPORE – A Singaporean woman, Ivy Boey Poh Lian, was convicted on March 18 for her involvement in laundering $98,000 she received from two elderly victims of Internet love scams.

The 64-year-old began an online relationship in November 2017 with a man she never met. The man requested Boey to help him receive funds for alleged business purposes. She agreed to help the man and provided her bank account details to him.

Boey received $50,000 and $48,000 from two victims of Internet love scams in her bank account in March 2018 and took the cash to Malaysia, where she delivered it to strangers her online partner arranged for her to meet.

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