Telecommunications network fraud case "two consecutive years of decline" solved the case of "five years of continuous rise"

  ■Our reporter Zhou Chen

  Shanghai Telecom's network fraud has achieved "two consecutive years of decline" and "five years of continuous rise" in solving cases.

Yesterday, the municipal government held a press conference to report on the city’s crackdown on telecommunication network fraud crimes: From January to July this year, the number of completed cases continued to drop by 3%, and the number of solved cases rose by 35.7%, directly recovering or avoiding economic losses of more than 740 million yuan. Among them, 390 million yuan of funds involved in the case were directly frozen, and 350 million yuan transfers to the accounts involved in the case were blocked, effectively curbing the high incidence of such crimes.

  Construction of technical "defence walls"

  215,000 fraudulent calls are intercepted every day

  Telecommunications network fraud is inseparable from information flow and capital flow.

The Shanghai police actively used big data and high-tech means to build a technological "defence wall" to guard "information import" and "fund export."

  On the front end, strictly prevent the "inflow" of fraudulent information.

Since the beginning of this year, 215,000 fraudulent calls and 412,000 fraudulent text messages have been blocked every day. The number of phone and text message fraud cases in the city has decreased by 17.9% and 8.5% respectively year-on-year.

In response to frequent online frauds, a "blacklist" database of fraud-related URLs was established, which blocked 12.67 million visits to fraudulent websites every day.

  At the end, strictly prevent the "outflow" of defrauded funds.

While receiving the masses’ alarms, we worked hard to stop payment in seconds, and this year has directly recovered the masses’ economic losses of 390 million yuan.

Together with the Shanghai Headquarters of the People's Bank of China, they created a "safety shield" to prevent bank customers from transferring funds to the accounts involved in the case to the greatest extent. Since the beginning of this year, they have avoided direct economic losses of 350 million yuan.

  The first "linkage dissuasion" mechanism

  More than 30 million early warnings have been accumulatively

  While continuously tightening the "fence" at the source, the Shanghai police keep a close eye on the trend of fraud and crime, weave a "protection net" for early warning and dissuasion, and promptly detect and discourage potential victims. Since the beginning of this year, more than 30 million early warnings have been accumulated.

  The Shanghai police pioneered the nationwide "linkage dissuasion" mechanism, adopting a hierarchical and classified progressive dissuasion model for potential victims to remind potential victims to avoid being deceived.

Since the beginning of this year, more than 29 million reminder text messages have been sent, 1.92 million calls to discourage people have been dialed, 291,000 people have been successfully discouraged during meetings, and an indirect economic loss of approximately RMB 881 million has been avoided.

  At the same time, the mechanism of "receiving a report is a counter-inspection, and a counter-inspection is an early warning" mechanism.

Since the beginning of this year, more than 800 people have been dissuaded, with the largest single amount reaching 3 million US dollars; an early warning model for accounting personnel was built, and more than 125,000 fraudulent information posing as company bosses were discovered in time, and 1,700 companies were successfully prevented from being deceived.

  Organize 3 cross-provincial and municipal network collections

  More than 2,700 suspects arrested

  In response to the rapid changes and new methods of telecommunications network fraud, the Shanghai police has organized a city-level and district-level anti-fraud team with all police types to fight gangs, cut chains, break channels, and chase behind the scenes.

  In the first half of the year, the Shanghai police organized 3 cross-provincial and municipal centralized network collection operations for online shopping, purchase orders, loans, webcast platforms, and other staged high-incidence cases, and went to 26 provinces across the country to arrest more than 2,700 criminal suspects and solve 1,300 cases. The remaining incidents have formed a strong deterrent to criminals.

  Aiming at the main "accomplices" of telecommunications and network fraud crimes, the "Card Broken" operation was deeply promoted, a total of 13,100 suspects of "bank cards, phone cards" were arrested, and 320 upstream gangs such as "card heads and card dealers" were eliminated. Dig deep into 101 "inside ghosts" in the communications and financial industries.

  Focus on new types of crimes such as online naked chat, extortion and extortion, and quickly investigate and crack down on the black and gray industry chain involved.

Since the beginning of this year, more than 930 cases of online extortion have been detected, and more than 700 criminal suspects have been arrested.

  Synchronization of declaration and prevention and control

  Lay a good anti-fraud "prevention shot" in advance

  Telecommunications network fraud crimes are preventable crimes.

The Shanghai police practice the concept of "anti-fraud in the whole society", and continuously improve the citizens' awareness and ability of anti-fraud.

For example, regular social promotion, online phenomenon-level communication works, offline in-depth communities, buildings, enterprises, and campuses, organize police force to visit homes to preach.

Since the beginning of this year, 216,000 high-risk individuals who are easily deceived have been given precautionary publicity reminders to take anti-fraud "prevention shots" in advance.

  With the emergence of new technologies, new applications, and new formats, new fraud tactics are more deceptive and concealed; in the past two years, crime tactics have shown a clear trend from telephone calls and text messages to the Internet, and the proportion of Internet fraud cases It has exceeded 85%, and the post-90s population accounts for 62.7% of the victims.

Cracking down on telecommunication network fraud is a long-lasting contest of "witness and courage", and we must continue to exert our efforts and work for a long time.