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Woman scammed by company and ends up being married without her knowledge

A 21-year-old woman from Hong Kong, China, said that a company which had offered her training and work deceived her and instead she ended up being married without her knowledge.

The woman, whose identity is not being revealed, said that the company urged her to enter into wedding planning, but it was a scam and she ended up being married to a total stranger.

She said that what she thought was training was, in fact, a way to get her signature on a marriage document.

The woman sought legal aid because she said she does not know whom she married.

The Police said that this was all done in order for someone to enter China illegally.

Every  year, the Police have to face around 1,000 similar cases.

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