Warning on impersonating a cybersecurity officer to assist in recovering assets
Taking advantage of the desire to get back lost money, scammers impersonated
cybersecurity officers to assist those who were scammed.
Recently, on Facebook, many accounts have appeared
introducing themselves as the Department of Cybersecurity and High-Tech Crime Prevention (A05), or the Provincial Department of Cybersecurity
and High-Tech Crime Prevention (PA05) to commit online frauds.
Through introduction that they will support the
recovery of money scammed from stock exchanges, e-commerce platforms, and
fraudulent applications with simple, quick and effective procedures, committing
to get the lost money back after 24 hours, the subjects have gained the
At this time, they will guide victims steps to
withdraw money hanging on the system. Once the money is transferred, the
subjects will announce that the bank account encounters an error and will not
allow the withdrawal.
The police force asks people to be vigilant and inform
relatives and friends about the above tricks. When detecting cases showing
signs of fraud, people need to immediately report to the Police to resolve the
case according to the provisions of law.
Notably, do not go to social networking sites that
claim to be able to get the defrauded money back to avoid falling into the
traps of scammers./.