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Woman cheated out of ¥2m in dating scam
    2018-January-11  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

A MAN in Pingshan District was caught for cheating a woman out of more than 2 million yuan (US$306,800) through a dating scam over the past two years.

According to Pingshan police, the woman, Yang, got to know Zhong, 36, in March 2015 and they established a relationship. However, one month after commencing their relationship, Zhong began to borrow money from Yang using different excuses, such as needing capital turnover for his business, paying medical bills for relatives and paying for houses in Shenzhen.

Yang, who believed that she had met her destiny, gave the money to Zhong unconditionally for two years until last October, when she found Zhong had become indifferent to her and cut off contact.

Baoshan Police Station set up a task force after receiving Yang’s report and found Zhong’s ID, name and economic background had been fabricated.

Yang had once held a birthday party for Zhong, so police acted on the clue to check the birth date of the suspect in the national database. Through data comparison, police found there were five people who were the same age and from Taihe County in Jiangxi Province. Yang confirmed the suspect through his ID photo in the police database.

Zhong was caught Jan. 8 near Dongguan Railway Station.

The police investigation uncovered that Zhong would often find victims on online dating websites. A total of 11 women, including Yang, had been victimized. (Han Ximin)

 

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