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Tomic sent more than 280,000 rubles to scammers, believing the charges of treason

The 28-year-old citizen of Tomsk transferred more than 280,000 rubles to scammers, fearing charges of treason. A relatively new fraud scheme was reported to the department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Tomsk region.

A resident of Tomsk received a call on his mobile phone from an unknown person who identified himself as a law enforcement officer. The caller announced that on behalf of the citizen of Tomsk money was transferred abroad and now he is suspected of treason.

The scammer managed to convince the young man that he should insure his savings and transfer them to a secure account. Tomic transferred more than 280,000 rubles to the scammers.

A criminal case has been opened. Calls for a message about transferring money abroad began to come to residents of Tomsk in the last 2-3 weeks.

See also: In Tomsk, a 22-year-old man was arrested for committing an armed attack on a bookmaker’s office.

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