Recently, when the police in Jieyang, Guangdong went to a residential area to check the logistics site, they encountered a young woman who was on a video call with someone on the street.

When she found that a policeman was approaching, the woman looked flustered and deliberately dodged.

  Chen Guanglong, deputy director of the Hepo Police Station of the Jiexi County Public Security Bureau of Jieyang City: (woman) called from beginning to end.

Seeing us look a little nervous.

We went up to ask her, she ignored us, and then trotted away.

  Such strange behavior attracted the attention of the police even more.

After chasing for a short distance, the woman was stopped.

Relying on past experience in handling cases, the police judged that the woman may have fallen into the trap of telecommunication fraud.

  Chen Guanglong, deputy director of the Hepo Police Station of the Jiexi County Public Security Bureau of Jieyang City: (the other party) heard that it was us, and the call was hung up.

After getting to know us, we know that the other party is a fraud (person) and told her not to let us know and to avoid us.

The woman was defrauded of 250,000 yuan in case of electricity fraud

  One second, she was still on a video call with the other party, but the next second she was told that she had suffered telecom fraud, and Ms. Huang panicked.

The police then took her to the police station to uncover the truth step by step.

  Under the persuasion of the police, Ms. Huang gradually put down her guard.

It turned out that at noon that day, Ms. Huang, who was eating at home, suddenly received a strange call.

On the phone, the other party claimed to be a policeman from the Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau, saying that Ms. Huang was suspected of a money laundering case, and they are currently investigating.

  Client Ms. Huang: I was very scared. He (the suspect of telecommunication fraud) told me to go to the Public Security Bureau.

I said I couldn't go, and he (the suspect of telecom fraud) said that you can cooperate with me on the phone, and I said yes.

  According to the other party's guidance, Ms. Huang and the other party added QQ friends to each other.

Soon, the other party sent a lot of information about this "money laundering case".

Seeing that her photo and identity information were in it, Ms. Huang was confused.

  Lin Liyan, a policeman from the Hepo Police Station of the Public Security Bureau of Jiexi County, Jieyang City, said that her bank account was suspected of a money laundering of 3.48 million yuan, and then asked her to find a place with no one to transfer all the balance of her bank card to the "public security" ' to show her innocence.

The other party also issued a so-called arrest warrant and pictures of bank card freezing orders to her.

  Fearing that she would not be able to "close the case" in time, Ms. Huang cooperated step by step with the request of the other party.

  Ms. Huang: I was very scared. At that time, my whole body was trembling, and my voice had changed. He (the suspect of telecommunication fraud) said, "You don't need to be afraid. I'm the police here, and I'll handle it for you."

Then he asked me to go outside to find a small alley, a place where no one was there, and make a video with him.

  During the video call that lasted for more than an hour, Ms. Huang never saw the other party. She also became suspicious, but was quickly intimidated by the other party and lost her judgment.

Just when the other party asked Ms. Huang for her bank card account number and password, three policemen happened to pass by and stopped the scam in time.

  Client Ms. Huang: The down payment to buy a house is more than 200,000 yuan.

If they didn't show up in time, I might have nothing.

Police reminder: To prevent telecom fraud, you need to pay attention to the caller number

  Ms. Huang met a passing policeman at a critical moment and saved her property.

In fact, the fraudulent methods are not sophisticated or even old-fashioned. Why are people still being deceived, and how can we identify such fraudulent methods?

  The fraudulent call to Ms. Huang was a 12-digit number beginning with "+".

The police reminded that when receiving such abnormal numbers, especially when it comes to topics such as asset transfer, they must be carefully screened.

  The police from the Hepo Police Station of the Public Security Bureau of Jiexi County, Jieyang City lined up: Our mobile phone received those foreign numbers that start with 00, and those that start with +, and who claim to be a public security agency, and then ask you to transfer money to the security Accounts, and those who ask you for a verification code, these are all unbelievable.

  The police specifically reminded that the public security organs have strict procedures for handling cases. The so-called "case handling" and "case cancellation" will not be carried out directly on the Internet without contacting the parties.

  Chen Guanglong, deputy director of the Hepo Police Station of the Jiexi County Public Security Bureau of Jieyang City: The public security organs have formal legal documents, which are in paper form and not recorded by video.

Network transcripts and video transcripts are all fake.

  In order to prevent Ms. Huang from encountering telecom fraud again, the police also guided her to download and activate the National Anti-Fraud Center App, so that criminals have no chance.

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