44-year-old man arrested for selling toys online for S$13,000 without delivery

Translate from Lianhe Zaobao Released / June 8, 2020 8:21 PM

A 44-year-old man was suspected of a series of online scams. He sale toy models online and defrauded S$13,000 and was arrested by the police.
The Singapore Police Force issued a statement tonight (June 8) that between September 11, 2019 and June 1, 2020, the police received multiple reports. The victim claimed that he was sold a toy on the shopping platform Carousell, been cheated by model’s seller. The victim did not receive the toy after transferring to the seller via bank.
After a preliminary investigation, the amount involved was S$13,000.
The police investigation is still ongoing. If convicted, the man can be sentenced to 10 years in prison and fined.

网上假卖玩具骗1万3000元 44岁男子被捕

来自 联合早报 发布 / 2020年6月8日 8:21 PM

一名44岁男子涉嫌一系列网络骗局,在网上假卖玩具模型,骗取1万3000元,遭警方逮捕。
新加坡警察部队今晚(6月8日)发布文告说,2019年9月11日至2020年6月1日间,警方接获多起报案,受害者称在购物平台Carousell,被一名卖玩具模型的卖家欺骗。受害者在通过银行转账给卖家后,没有收到玩具。
经过调查,金文泰警署人员确认涉案男子的身份,并在今天将其逮捕。初步调查显示,涉案金额达1万3000元。
警方调查还在进行中。若罪名成立,男子可被判坐牢长达10年,以及罚款。

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