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The women persuade their victims to lend them their expensive cars, and then deliver the vehicles to the syndicates. The crime would usually go unreported by the victim, who fears for his image or family life. The ploy came to light when one of the victims, businessman Ramli Che Mat, 36, reported his car stolen after he lent it to a friend.
Ramli lent his Toyota Caldina to his friend in January with the intention of selling it to him. His friend let his girlfriend to use it. Ramli was alerted when the bank called to inform him about missing the hire-purchase payment for two months.
Alarmed, Ramli immediately asked his friend about the car. Both of them then visited the woman at her Setapak home, but she claimed the bank had repossessed the car. However, a call to the bank revealed that there was no order for the vehicle to be repossessed, said Ramli.
Ramli and his friend then went to confront the woman again, but found that she had disappeared. She did not answer her mobile phone either. However she left a message for them like a challenge to lodge a police report.
Now, it seems even women prefer cars to their partners!