SINGAPORE: Police have arrested a 34—year—old man believed to have been involved in at least 10 cases of cheating.
They acted on several reports made between 18 and 26 February by the victims, who are foreigners.
In all the cases, the suspect had offered to help them apply for jobs in Singapore but they had to pay fees ranging from S$200 to S$2,000.
The suspect became uncontactable after he received the money.
He was caught on Tuesday in Bishan Street 24 and will be charged in court on Thursday with cheating.
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