Police spokeswoman Monika Kozumplíková informed about the case on Thursday. “At the end of last year, a man filled out a form on a social network promising a high appreciation of funds,” the spokeswoman said.
Those interested in investing were then contacted by an alleged investment advisor speaking Czech with a Russian accent.
“According to his instructions, the man installed a program on his computer that allows remote access to the computer and the whatsapp application. After some time, the adviser called him to ask the bank for a pre-approved loan so he could start investing. According to the instructions, the man asked for a loan of 600,000 crowns, and his adviser forwarded the money to another state for evaluation,” mentioned Kozumplíková.
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The payment was confirmed by the man with a key in his banking and a new account was set up with another bank, which was supposed to speed up trading.
After a few months, the adviser made himself known again, saying that the money had improved and there were more than two million in the account. But in order to withdraw the money, the man had to pay a tax of 650,000, which was to be refunded.
“The man was not lazy. He took another loan, this time for seven hundred thousand crowns from the second negotiated account. As soon as the money arrived, his adviser logged into his online banking again and transferred the money intended to pay the alleged tax abroad. The man confirmed the payment again with the key in his banking,” the spokeswoman said.
Then the alleged adviser went silent, and when the silence lasted for two months, the man came to report everything to the police, who are investigating the case as fraud, unauthorized access to a computer system and unauthorized arrangement of a means of payment, which carries a penalty of up to eight years in prison.
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