Huaibei News Network On January 12, Ms. Zhou hurriedly entered the Liuqiao Police Station of Suixi County Public Security Bureau, claiming that she had encountered telecommunications fraud.
The police learned that Ms. Zhou was a middle school teacher. Ms. Zhou stated that she had failed to repay her credit card once due to personal problems, which caused problems when she tried to refinance the loan. Mr. Zhou, who was troubled, happened to receive a text message with a free loan. Without much thought, Mr. Zhou downloaded a APP called "ping'an easy loan" step by step according to the content of the text message, and provided personal information. registered. Just as Mr. Zhou was preparing the loan, the customer service suddenly said that his personal credit problem could not be changed, and a normal flow of credit would be required. According to the customer service, Mr. Zhou transferred several accounts in and out of an account with a balance in the card. After successfully transferring 8,200 yuan, the customer service was still asking Mr. Zhou to continue the transfer. Only then did Mr. Zhou realize that he had suffered. Telecom fraud.
The police carefully analyzed Mr. Zhou's short message and found that all transactions had information, but the 8200 yuan text message was not transferred, so the police guessed that the money was still in the account and there was hope for recovery. The police immediately contacted the bank. The staff claimed that this was a virtual account that could not be frozen and other tasks. The police went down and asked how to transfer the money. Under the guidance of the bank staff, the police and the scammers fought bravely. In the end, the 8,200 yuan balance in the account was successfully transferred to the normal account. Seeing his money recovered within the card, Teacher Zhou quickly thanked him.
■ Reporter Zhu Dong Correspondent Li Weiwei Wang Yu