For sex in wechat
Lydia Lam The Straits Times22 March 2017The first 16 days of March saw at least 53 credit-for-sex scam cases reported to the police, with victims losing at least 4,000 through such scams from the start of the year, the police said in a news release on Wednesday (March 22).The victims are usually men, who fall for the scammers through social media platforms such as We Chat, Locanto and Ok Cupid.However, the friend later told police that the victim had been released without any money being paid.Dzaffir said the victim sustained minor injuries but lost an estimated RM8,000 in cash and valuables which the men had taken from him.“A district Criminal Investigation Department team later arrested five people, including a woman, aged between 20 and 25, in Bandar Kinrara this morning.To pay, go to trip to China Mobile or China Unicom.Did you know you can pay bills for electricity, water, heat, telecommunications and internet on We Chat?When a follower and an official account have corresponded by message, the official account can receive the follower's Open ID.
This person would convince the victim to buy gift cards or online shopping credits such as i Tunes or Alipay Purchase Cards before they can meet up or date the scammer. Victims are directed to buy the Alipay Purchase Cards through AXS machines or i Tunes gift cards from convenience stores, before transferring the credits to the scammers' e-mail accounts.
The pimp will pose as a woman and then send one or more to your residence or hotel.
Don’t be surprised if she doesn’t resemble the enticing photo.
Everyone who’s been in China more than a few hours knows how essential We Chat is to daily life.
From work group chats to paying for goods, the China-based app has ingrained itself into nearly every aspect of society.