@高考, these scams should be vigilant
Fees for supplementary records, false subsidies... When it comes to the stage of voluntary reporting and admission, parents of candidates need to be vigilant about these scams.
The Provincial Education and Examination Institute reminds that you must keep your eyes open and inquire about admission information through official and formal channels.
Let's talk to reporters below.
The scam of "refill quota, internal indicators"
The "re-enrollment" scam often occurs after the voluntary admission of the college entrance examination. The liar lied to the parents of the candidates and claimed that the quota of a certain college was not full. The suspect used various excuses before the exam to ask parents to pay to keep the places.
In some scams, the scammer will also lie about having a special relationship and can buy "internal indicators" and "unplanned indicators".
Police remind: Formal admissions will not incur any additional fees. Any "admission indicators" that require a deposit, admission fee, and indicator fee are 100% fraudulent!
After the criminals obtained the identity information of candidates through illegal means, they pretended to be the staff of the education department and other identities, and defrauded the deposit or handling fee on the grounds that they were eligible for "scholarship" or "college entrance examination subsidy".
Police remind: When receiving calls and messages from people claiming to be university, education, finance, etc. staff, to issue "national grants", "refund of compulsory education fees" and "study assistance funds", candidates and parents must take the initiative to contact the local education department. Or contact the school for verification.
"Fill in Volunteer Guidance" scam
Criminals pretend to be "authoritative experts", claim to have "internal big data", and use intermediaries or websites, APPs, etc. to voluntarily guide candidates to fill in the report to defraud money.
Police remind: You can find reference materials on the Internet to fill in the application, but you must be vigilant about the guidance of charging, your own destiny is in your own hands, and don’t let scammers take advantage of it.
The "Fake Admission Letter" Scam
The fraudster pretended to be a college admissions officer and sent fake admission notices to candidates, asking candidates to deposit tuition and miscellaneous fees into a designated bank account in order to defraud money.
Similar scams also create fake phishing websites to defraud students for living expenses, tuition and miscellaneous expenses.
Police remind: In this type of scam, the preparation of the liar will be very professional.
Not only will the school emblem and logo similar to the original school be used, but also all course materials will be provided.
To this end, candidates and parents must be aware of the authenticity when logging in to the websites of schools and education departments.
It is necessary to enter through the link certified by the official website or the website officially released by the school or education department.