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"7pay" fraudulent use incident ID sent for 40 women

2019-11-22T03:05:03.241Z

A Chinese woman who seems to be an indicator who was newly arrested in the case of unauthorized use of the smartphone payment service “7pay”, ID and password required for unauthorized use…



"7pay" fraudulent use case ID of 40 women who are considered to be instructors November 22 12:02

To the Metropolitan Police Department that a Chinese woman who seems to have been newly arrested in the case of unauthorized use of the smartphone payment service “7pay” sent IDs and 40 passwords necessary for unauthorized use to the executive man I understood from the interview. The Metropolitan Police Department has a policy of conducting investigations on where to obtain IDs.

Zhang Rose, a 29-year-old Chinese citizen who has an indefinite address, instructed the executive man in July and used the 7-pay ID and password of another person at Seven-Eleven in Higashiyamato-shi, Tokyo. He was arrested on suspicion of fraud for cheating about 40,000 yen of money and sent on the morning of the 22nd.

It is the first time a person who has been commanded has been arrested over a series of incidents.

According to the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department, after proceeding with analysis of the seized smartphone, Zhang was sending 40 IDs and passwords to the executive man who had already been arrested and prosecuted.

The executive man is believed to have cheated around 1.6 million yen of electronic money at 40 stores in Tokyo and Saitama using this ID.

In response to the investigation, Suspect Zhang acknowledged the charges and stated that "the ID was sent from a person who seems to be a Chinese who met at SNS."

The Metropolitan Police Department has a policy of conducting investigations on where to obtain IDs.

Source: nhk

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