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Police are warning about a romance scam where people pose as attractive foreigners on dating applications and, after some sweet talking, convince victims to transfer money to an account for an “investment opportunity.”

Police say the scammers claim the coronavirus pandemic has affected their business and they’ve started investing in the stock market as well as cryptocurrency. Police say the scammers send a photo showing their “profits” to entice people to make an “investment.”

The Department of Special Investigation posted a notice in Thai warning locals about scammers that target people on both dating apps and apps used to make friends. The scammers allegedly pose as both men and women.

After getting the victim on board to start making investments, the scammer will then send a link to a website or app, Thai media reports. The scammer claims they know a “shortcut” to…

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