“We’re getting rid of the military – it’s expensive”: how scammers make money from mobilization

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Peter Kavinsky

Fraudsters offer services for those who don’t want to join the military

A picture: Julia PYKHALOVA

All disasters in society are the best ground for financial scammers. That was also the case during the coronavirus, and at the start of the NWO. The uncertainty is great. Nobody knows what to do. Emotions take precedence over common sense. The perfect time to divorce.

The announcement of partial mobilization was no exception. Cybersecurity experts started noticing the appearance of phishing sites related to the topic of mobilization on the very first day after the president’s statement.

“This could be a call, a letter or a message to a conscript or his relatives who offer help, new malicious applications where you can see if you or your relatives are on the list, any help in getting out of the country,” he said. he.For businessman» Director of anti-phishing Sergey Voldokhin.

There are several scenarios where attackers try to lure money from Russians. The purpose of each of them is to obtain personal information and bank card details. Here’s what may be lurking for overly anxious users:

1. Websites or telegram bots where you can allegedly see lists of mobilized citizens. For a fee, the source can delete a person’s data;

2. Internet resources that sell medical certificates and help get deferment from the military. Documents will of course be fake;

3. Sites or social media groups that offer help with getting out of the country. For example illegal border crossing;

4. False means of selling non-existent tickets. On the wave of excitement, many destinations are sold out several days in advance. And here, scammers offer the opportunity to fly in the right direction at an acceptable cost.

Roskomnadzor explains that they are trying to quickly block all emerging malicious sources. But for a while they will still exist. Therefore, you should be vigilant and trust only official information channels. The best way to check the reality of a resource is to look at its history. If it was created recently or very recently, it is most likely fraudulent. And of course, under no circumstances should you leave your personal and bank card details on unknown sources.

Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at cablefreetv.org

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