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KUALA LUMPUR: A Nigerian man suspected of being a member of an international internet cheating syndicate was extradited to Singapore via the Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Sepang, yesterday.
According to sources, the 32-year-old man allegedly cheated about 60 women in the republic of over S$3.2 million,
Police detained the man at Jalan Raja Laut here on Monday after a tip off from their counterparts across the causeway.
The suspect and other members of the syndicate are believed to have been operating in Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore for the past two years.
The sources said the syndicate members entered into relationships with wealthy divorcees between 30 and 50 years of age through social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Tagged before fleecing them. --BERNAMA