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Fraudsters began to earn on coronavirus in Russia

Fraudsters began to earn on coronavirus in Russia
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Sberbank has recorded new fraud schemes associated with the threat of coronavirus. Attackers take advantage of the situation and fraudulently steal funds and personal data of citizens.

According to RIA News, under the pretext of paying "compensation" for damage from the coronavirus, scammers find out the details of their victims' bank cards, and then empty their accounts. Another way is to report the presence of contact with an infected person. Citizens are frightened and told about the need to take an analysis, for which you must first pay five thousand rubles. 

Recently, police detained criminals who introduced themselves to citizens as doctors in urban clinics over the telephone and insisted on buying expensive “drugs” for coronavirus, actually selling a useless dietary supplement. The group operated in the Moscow and Rostov regions.
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