Hong Kong: Big phone fraud, woman loses billions of rupees
Hong Kong: A 90-year-old woman in Hong Kong was robbed of billions of rupees by a gang of fraudsters.
According to the details, by posing as government officials, the fraudulent group carried out the biggest phone fraud in Hong Kong’s history, defrauding a 90-year-old woman of 20 32 million ((4.9 billion). More than Pakistani rupees) looted.
Hong Kong police say fraudsters targeted an elderly woman living in a dormitory in The Pack, the most expensive area, last summer. The suspects told the woman she belonged to a Chinese public scrutiny, and that she There are officers of this institution.
The fake officers told the woman that her identity documents had been used for a serious case in China, so they wanted to scrutinize all her wealth, so that the wealth would be safe, but for that They will have to transfer their wealth from the bank account to the account of the investigation team.
Police say a man came to the woman’s home a few days later, handed her a mobile phone and a SIM card, so that fake security agents could keep in touch with her, who then went through 11 bank transactions over the past five months. The woman transferred HK 25 250 million (over 4.9 billion Pakistani rupees) to the fraudsters’ account.
Hong Kong police say this is the biggest phone fraud ever committed, which they learned when the elderly woman’s maid noticed something went wrong and contacted the mistress’s daughter, who Police warned authorities.
A 19-year-old man was arrested for fraud in the case, but was released on bail.