After consulting with her family, she approached the MCA complaints bureau, who in turn advised to lodge a police report the next day.To date, she has not received any other threats from the person or made any payments. “I went back to work for a few days, but I’m on leave now.“We have to be more careful with people who we meet online.Sending pictures like this can be very dangerous.” “At the same time, we hope the police and the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission will investigate the matter.” When reached for comment, Ipoh police chief ACP Mohd Ali Tamby said the report had been referred to the MCMC.Barca’s Suarez, Real’s Ronaldo hit top form in time for Clasico British police probe alleged racist attack on Man City’s Sterling The Edit: Mario Batali lambasted for ‘cinnamon roll’ apology Female British embassy worker found strangled near Beirut Perak MCA complaints bureau chief Jimmy Loh speaks to the blackmail victim to his right (in red) while holding screenshots of the We Chat conversation as deputy Perak Wanita MCA chief Choy Yoke Chun (left) and complaints bureau committee member Mah Sau Lan look on.— Picture by Loghun Kumaran IPOH, Dec 11 — A 21-year-old food store employee is living a social media nightmare after she was tricked into sending nude pictures of herself to an unknown man through We Chat.
This serves as a debit note to borrow money through the app.
These days those without a credit history or parental approval can borrow money which had lead to reckless behaviour among college students.
Heavy debt burdens and “naked loan”A college student in Henan Province (Central China) committed suicide because he could not afford the debt of ,000.
It’s very scary and I don’t know if I will continue working there.” she said.
Perak MCA complaints bureau chief Jimmy Loh urged We Chat users to be more careful when communicating with unknown people.