In Moscow, a local resident lost two million rubles due to pseudo-brokers. This is reported by the Telegram channel “112”.
A Muscovite on one of the job search sites met a certain Christina, who offered her to learn how to trade on the stock exchange in three weeks. The woman agreed and took out a loan for two million, put the money into a brokerage account. At first, the transactions were successful, but at one point the account balance turned out to be minus 35 thousand dollars (2.8 million rubles). The Muscovite turned to the manager, who advised her to invest more money, and then asked to transfer the money to a certain Sharuh. The victim was convinced that she was deceived by pseudo-brokers, and contacted the police. Earlier in Moscow, a 32-year-old citizen of Kyrgyzstan fell victim to scammers who stole 60 million rubles from him in exchange for Swiss francs. It is specified that the man found a favorable exchange rate in Telegram, where he was told the address of the point on Suschevsky Val. Arriving there, he handed over the money to the cashier.