Suspect caught for job scam targeting foreigners
Police have arrested a Singaporean who's believed to be involved in at least 10 cases of cheating island-wide, where foreigners were targeted.
In all the cases, the 34-year-old suspect had offered his services to apply for various job opportunities in Singapore on behalf of the victims.
In order to secure employment, the victims had to pay a fee ranging from 200 to 2,000 dollars.
After the suspect received the money, he became uncontactable.
The suspect was arrested in Bishan yesterday and will be in court tomorrow to face cheating charges.
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