Malaysians lured by job scams on social media left stranded abroad

Malaysians falling sufferer to job scams and changing into stranded in international nations can typically be traced back to social media advertisements promising engaging salaries and benefits, based on Home Minister Saifuddin Nasution Ismail. These people are easily manipulated by the false promises, leading to their families filing lacking particular person reports or in search of help in finding them abroad.
Building blocks is the tendency to be simply manipulated into believing the social media campaigns the place they are offered lucrative earnings, snug lodging, paid plane fares and all types of issues when working abroad,” Saifuddin Nasution Ismail stated.
He talked about that when these individuals arrive in the destination country, they often discover that the guarantees made weren’t fulfilled. Some are able to contact the police for help, whereas others remain stranded.
A latest case involves Chong Sum Yee, 22, a Malaysian woman believed to be lacking in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Her mom, Chee Choy Won, 50, does not consider the viral movies of her daughter claiming she is safe and healthy, as they were uploaded on a new Facebook account under the identify of ‘Moe Aye’. Saifuddin Nasution said the woman’s disappearance has been left to the police to analyze, and up to now, he has not received any updates on the case..

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