malaysians gomyanmarIt’s common to hear about “pigs” falling for scams. Although NGOs have assisted in rescue efforts, their results have been limited.Ministry of InteriorMinister Saifuddin believes that he does not rule out adhering to Taiwan’s approach and stopping and screening suspected Malaysian citizens traveling to Myanmar and Cambodia at the airport.
Locals in Malaysia often describe victims who were lured to Myanmar or Cambodia as “pigs”.Saifuddin Nasution Ismail accepted a joint interview with local media in Malaysia yesterday and the analysis was reduced tofraud syndicate4 positions for the victim or piglet.
According to reports from local media such as Oriental Daily and Sin Chew Daily, Saifuddin does not rule out following Taiwan’s example and stopping Malaysian citizens flying to Myanmar and Cambodia at the airport.
Saifuddin said that after examining the victims or piglets, police believe they can be divided into four patterns. The first is that the victim is naïve and does not understand that he is involved in a fraud. He only knows that the other party offers air tickets, good salary, easy work and comfortable life. Once he falls into the trap, he realizes that it is not the same thing at all.
He said the second type of victim knew from the beginning that he was going to be involved in the fraud, but still insisted on going there. Once he was captured by the fraud group, he asked for help and claimed to be a victim.
They also analyzed that the third pattern is that people go to Myanmar and Cambodia for other purposes, such as losing money in gambling and being unable to repay their debts. As a result, they become piggy banks under the influence of underground banks.
The fourth model is actually the victim of a fraud group, but these people have become Feng Fu again and are engaged in fraud again. The report notes that sometimes the entire family suffers, and parents and children together.
Saifuddin said that of these four patterns, two categories were the most common, such as being deceived without knowing due to the pressure of life, and others being willing to fall into the scam even if they knew it was a scam.
He also said that the Malaysian government’s top priority is to rescue these victims and ensure their safe return to the country.
The Malaysian International Humanitarian Organization (MHO) has conducted several rescue operations. Member of Parliament Lee Chen Chung held a press conference ahead of the Spring Festival to announce that the two victims, aged 33 and 34, were tricked into looking for employment online and ultimately defrauded. Sold to Myanmar and turned into piglets. Malaysian People’s Justice Party (Parti Keadilan Rakyat) Segambut district vice-chairman Derrick Teh and Malaysian International Humanitarian Organization member Daniel Khoo have also publicized anti-fraud cases several times.