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Phone scammers now using WeChat voice messages to snare victims

Scammers posing as mainland security officials are using the mobile instant messaging platform WeChat rather than phone calls to cheat victims in a new ruse that has prompted Hong Kong police to issue a warning for the public to stay alert. The latest scam alert was posted on the force s website and Facebook page after the anti-fraud centre in Guangdong province recently notified police in Macau about the new tactic. Hong Kong university student loses HK$220,000 in phone scam Con artists...

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