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A resident of the Kursk region lost 4 million rubles due to fraudsters

The next victim of fraudsters was a 49-year-old resident of the Soviet district of the Kursk region. The attackers, using the most common fraudulent scheme to date, forced the woman from Kursk to send them more than 4 million rubles.

Unknown people called the woman and said they were employees of the bank’s head office, which is believed to be in Moscow. They said they were trying to secure a large loan for the client from the ‘financial body’, and now she needed to take the necessary and urgent action.

The crooks offered to arrest scammers who allegedly tried to steal a woman’s money by issuing real loans and transferring those funds to “safe accounts”.

“The victim, not doubting the absurdity of what was said, collected his savings within days, issued loans and sent more than 4 million rubles to the accounts and phone numbers that the attackers gave him. dictated,” the region’s press office said. said the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation.

According to the Kurian woman’s interlocutors, the transfer of money to the so-called reserve accounts would cancel each new loan.

After some time, the wife decided to check in the personal bank account whether the loans disappear. As a result, she was horrified to discover that this was not happening, after which she realized that she had become the object of deception by intruders.

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