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Such Russians may be subject to criminal liability.
Phone and banking scammers have begun recruiting Russians who had previously been deceived to cash out money, a DOFA correspondent reports.
As lawyers have warned, in this way deceived people run the risk of falling under criminal liability.
Dmitry Revyakin, head of the corporate interests protection department at VTB, said that attackers are calling new and old victims on behalf of state security agencies. Citizens of the Russian Federation are offered official employment to search for criminals and are guaranteed a monthly income.
At the same time, if the client agrees, then he is used as a dropper, that is, fraudsters transfer the stolen money to his bank card and force him to follow further instructions on allegedly “saving” the funds, but in fact, illegally cashing out other people’s money.
In most cases, the victims of such illegal “pranks” are older people. As Fedor Dbar, commercial director of the Security Code company, added, the Web now contains a lot of dubious “vacancies” that offer easy monthly earnings just for providing their bank card.
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