19.08.2022, 10:06

Aspiring to be a ‘younger pilot’ to serve women within the spring, younger males obtain a bitter ending




Friday, August 19, 2022 09:35

After being launched as a “pilot” to serve the girl within the spring with an excellent wage, the 21-year-old younger man in Ba Ria – Vung Tau unexpectedly was scammed many occasions.


In line with the above information VietNamNet, StaffOn August 18, Chau Duc District Police (Ba Ria – Vung Tau Province) stated that the unit is verifying and investigating the case of a younger man who reported being scammed by way of social networks, by recruiting The “pilot” served the women within the spring.

Aspiring to be a ‘younger pilot’ to serve women within the spring, younger males obtain a bitter ending
The message exchanged between the younger man and the Fb account proprietor confirmed that the contract might be in a bundle, bundle 1 has a length of 60 minutes, the “pilot” will obtain a remuneration of 25 million VND from the girl within the spring. Picture: FB

Beforehand, Chau Duc district police obtained an utility from Mr. NHH (21 years previous, residing in Da Bac commune, Chau Duc district) reporting {that a} Fb account consumer named “Doan Kim Dan” texted him by way of messenger to introduce him to him. Now we have a program “recruiting pilots” for girls within the spring, the remuneration for a 60-minute contract is 25 million dong.

After many occasions of transferring cash, the sufferer realized that he had been cheated.

The topic stated that he would let the “pilot” verify by way of social networks with the client to decide on the time, and the brokerage payment could be 1 million dong.

When Mr. H. instantly agreed, the account “Doan Kim Dan” required to pay the applying payment of 1 million dong and lots of different bills to be authorized by the corporate.

Consider me, Mr. H. has transferred a complete of greater than 5.8 million VND many occasions. After that, the sufferer discovered that he had been cheated, so he rapidly reported the incident to the police and offered all of the messages exchanged to denounce the fraud.