It turned out that Mr. Wang bought the stock through an app made by a fraud gang. He said, “I can’t buy the daily limit board with other software, but I can buy it with this software. When the daily limit is up, I can also buy it.”
As a result, Mr. Wang invested 610,000 in more than a month. He saw that there had always been “income” in the account, so he had no doubts, and he didn’t know that he had been deceived until he found that the withdrawal failed.
presentcell phoneThere are too many apps, how can I tell if the app I downloaded is a scam? According to the police summary, it can be divided into three situations:Transfer outside the platform for recharge; frequently change the receiving account; need to provide a screenshot of the transfer. Once the platform requires mobile phone users to perform these operations, it is basically a scam.
In order to be safe, it is best for mobile phone users to download the “National Anti-Fraud Center” App, which integrates “fraud warning, quick reporting, APP self-checking” and other functions. When the APP is launched, it can intelligently identify the identity of the fraudster and give an early warning in time, greatly reducing the possibility of being cheated.