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The only thing the victim has to do is to fill out an online “compensation form” for which personal information and bank information is required.With this information, the scammers can easily break into their victim’s bank account.From infecting smartphones with viruses, to letting people “voluntarily” hand over their personal information, scammers have found ways to trick people from all ages and all layers of society.As a follow-up to an earlier top 10 we did on scams in China, What’s on Weibo has compiled a list of 8 scams that are recently trending on social media or in the Chinese newspapers. In an age of smartphones and social media, Chinese scammers are more prone to abandon old tricks and use new technology for their swindling business.But in a time of more digital scams, there are also still scammers who use people’s inexperience and desperation to earn money by simply fooling them on the streets.In other more extreme examples, parents were asked to follow a link to complete the payment.The link installed a virus onto the parent’s phone, allowing the scammer to have full access to the victim’s We Chat wallet.
On the phone, they will tell that one of their carriers accidentally lost or damaged the ordered product and that they want to compensate for the loss.As easy and convenient online shopping might seem, it is not without danger.Just as with We Chat scams, there are many ways in which scammers will try to find weak points within the system.Once the scammer convinced the parent to pay for the extra curriculum activity, the scammers send the contact information of the “teachers” in charge of the event.Once the parents added the “teachers'” to We Chat and transferred the money, the scammers continued to get parents to pay for all sorts of things such as service fees, registration fees, supply fees, etc.
In one extreme case, a young man’s voice was imitated so well that scammers were able to convince the man’s mother that her son was abducted.