A 14-year-old teenager cheated by a woman who often asks her to play PUBG, her father’s Rp1 billion in money is sold out

TRIBUNNEWS.COM – A teenager from Kuantan, Malaysia was cheated of almost RM300,000 or about Rp1 billion by a girl he met on Facebook.

News agency reported Named On August 5, Pahang Criminal Investigation Head Supt Mohd Wazir Mohd Yusof shared the chronology.

The scam started when the 14-year-old met a girl named Anis on Facebook.

Anis admitted to selling smartphones at low prices, so the 14-year-old contacted him.

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From there, the two became close.

They communicate with each other via WhatsApp and also play PUBG together.

PUBG illustrations (Pinterest)

A few months after the introduction, Anis asked the teenager to lend him money.

Anis promises to return it.

The first transaction was made in May.

To date, there are 21 transactions.

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