Hong Kong police arrest fraud syndicate member for duping online shoppers out of HK$950,000 posing as seller of surgical masks

Hong Kong police arrested a suspected member of a fraud syndicate that posed as a seller of surgical masks and duped more than 100 online shoppers out of HK$950,000 (US$122,502) in less than two weeks, an officer said on Wednesday.The 40-year-old man was one of the holders of bank accounts that were used to collect the money from 103 victims between January 27 and February 7, senior inspector Chan Man-ho of Wan Chai district crime squad said.Chan said investigation was on and further arrests…

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