Since 2011, Malaysian scammers have run a very sophisticated fake "complimentary lottery" scratch ticket scam, with prizes of hundreds of thousands of US dollars and consumer electronics.
Recently I've been getting calls from an American sounding guy called John Mitchell, offering some kind of financial advice, in what is an obvious recorded message, all from different Australian mobile phone numbers.
Cyber crime is booming and online fraud is growing fast to become one of the most harmful corporate fraud categories identified by the FBI in the US, a global security firm claims.
Thanks Sam for debunking these alternative facts
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Nice article Peter, Thx!Finally an example of the GOOD that this double-edged sword can do.need more of this.
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