Pervert Poses as Malaysian Mall Employee to Trick Women Into Sending Half-Naked Pics on WhatsApp
A pervert in Malaysia posed as an events manager from Suria Kuala Lumpur City Centre to trick a woman named into sending him half-naked pictures via Gmail and WhatsApp.
The scammer used a fake email address to try and trick Chanah EeChing and other young women into sending him photos of themselves wearing their under garments to be considered as an ambassador for the popular mall in Kuala Lumpur, according to The Coverage.
EeChing nearly fell for the poser’s trick, but she took to Facebook and Instagram to share her bizarre experience and to warn other young women.
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The graduate of INTI International University, a private college in Putra Nilai, Malaysia, was picked to represent Suria KLCC Sdn Bhd’s fourth mall by a member of its event management department after they found her social media accounts online.
“They’ll ask you to send them photos include brasseries shot for the purpose of profile, and arrange designer to match your clothing,” EeChing wrote in a Facebook post, which has since been taken down.
The scammer also offered her a salary of $13,000 per month.
“PLEASE DO NOT FALL INTO THIS!” she warned.
The conversation was moved over to WhatsApp private messenger, where EeChing, who also happened to take the number two spot on The Coverage’s top “INTI College Babes 2015,” was asked to immediately send photos of herself in a crop top or bikini.
That’s where EeChing drew the line and she quickly contacted the human resources department at Suria KLCC to find out more about the scammer who decided to send her a message.
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