China News Service, September 23. According to the WeChat public account of the Chinese Embassy in Argentina, the Chinese Embassy in Argentina issued a consular protection reminder on April 26 and June 27 this year regarding remittances through legal channels.
However, recently, there are still Chinese citizens who reported that they sent money from Argentina to China through a remittance intermediary, and the intermediary lost contact after receiving the money, causing economic losses to the remitter. The agency is frozen in accordance with the law.
The embassy in Argentina once again reminds relevant personnel to pay attention to the important reminder information of the embassy in a timely manner, further improve legal awareness, abide by the laws and regulations of the country of residence, file tax returns according to law, and exchange currency and remit money to the country through formal channels such as banks.
Do not remit money through underground banks or personal channels for convenience or "high exchange rate", resulting in deception and property damage.
If you have already sent money and lost contact with the remittance intermediary, you should immediately report the case to the Argentine police or the Chinese public security organ, and provide the remittance voucher, previous remittance records and other detailed information, as well as supporting materials such as the source of funds.
If the domestic collection account is frozen in accordance with the law, the person or an agent can explain the situation to the public security organ and cooperate with the investigation.
The 24-hour consular protection and assistance emergency telephone number of the Chinese Embassy in Argentina:
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Global Consular Protection and Services Emergency Call Center Tel:
0086-10-12308 or 0086-10-59913991.