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Malaysian Man Cheated Of Over RM175,000 By Vietnamese ‘Girlfriend’

When you’re in love, nothing else matters, we trust our partner so much so that we do not suspect anything. But if your partner starts asking for so much money all of a sudden and so often, you better be careful!

A netizen, Gen Tan took to Facebook to share his unfortunate experience where he was cheated of over 1 billion dong (RM175,000) by his Vietnamese girlfriend, Ivy Nguyen, over the span of one year. Ivy will also be referred to as Vy in some parts of the article.

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He wrote in his post,

“The obligation of giving money all began when she told me that she needed money with specific figure for her mother’s surgery. At this point of time, I did not hesitate or question her much and quickly give her RM12,000 as my heart feels pain when I saw her worried and upset.”

As time goes by, Ivy went back to Vietnam and Gen is still struggling with his business. However, he continued to give Ivy money through her sister, Kim Nguyen, after she told him that she has a weak heart illness for the past 3 years and she keeps falling sick and unable to return to work. She also added that she needed money for her medical treatments.

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He continued:

“One day she suddenly text me to tell me that she needed a miracle as her debtors threatened her to return 500.000.000 dong (rm 85,000). As the result, she said that she will lose her family house and will not havè place to stay. She manipulated me that she will married someone that she don’t love who is ex-boyfriend for money. I felt obligated and I don’t have enough money. Hence, i decided to sell part of my company to my business partners in cut loss fee to help her.”

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A month later, Gen went to Ho Chi Minh City (HCM) to help Ivy, however, she stopped talking to him after he helped her for almost a month and he was obviously concerned and asked her sister what had happened.

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According to Kim, Ivy still owed money to debtors and they have ‘threatened’ her life to return the remaining money. Once again Gen felt obligated and sorry for her life, he didn’t think twice and borrowed money from people he knows as he was jobless, then transferred the money Ivy.

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Apparently, Gen already has depression before this, and because of Ivy his depression worsens and he was unable to sleep for many nights because he thought that Ivy was different than others. Sadly, he was wrong. He doesn’t usually do this but he needed answers to know who Ivy really was because he truly loved her. So, began his investigation on Facebook. He looked through her timeline and put events together, and lo and behold, he found out that she had been lying to him the entire time.

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I’ll let Gen explain the sequence of events to you!

“Sequence events:

1 – She claimed that her mother is very sick and need urgent money in end of May 2017.

-> After the day after I gave her money for her mom, she went shopping with her good friend and posing with new clothes and bought gifts for her good friend. How can she have mood to do this when her mom is very sick and use unnecessary money to buy cloths during urgency.

2 – She claimed that she needed money to do blood transfusion urgently and that point of time I was too worried and did not ask much and quickly send her money requested.

-> I called the hospital she attended and no admission history and check blood transfusion cost in that hospital. It does not cost more than 1k sgd to do blood transfusion as confirmed by them.

3 – On 9 Sept 2017, her sister(Kim Ngan) text me and said Vy(136) ran away from strangers and hiding outside HCM. The debtors demanded 220.000.000 dong else her life will be threatened if they did not pay up. I quickly borrow without thinking and she said she will help me to pay back.

-> Found out that is Facebook live video showing her sing k with her sisters on 9 Sept and 10 Sept in her HCM room. I was saddened to see this evidence to finally know who she is.”

Source: Facebook

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He hopes his experience serves as a lesson to everyone out there to never simply trust everyone you meet online, especially when they’re suspiciously asking for money multiple times and large amounts every time. Be smart with who you meet and stay safe guys.

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4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. Nasi Kangkang

    May 30, 2018 at 10:34

    Hahahaha

  2. Aiman Hilmi

    May 30, 2018 at 23:44

    This guy must be a stupid fool!!!

  3. ivan

    May 30, 2018 at 23:53

    vietnamese girls truly cannot be trusted. lol

  4. Jason Quah

    May 31, 2018 at 13:02

    It looks like a Cambodian Malay. Anyway, whatever breed it is, like some pet shop cats, can be very expensive pussies.

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