This is a trick “delivering oats” that causes many victims to fall into a trap. It is worth mentioning that the images from the security cameras show that the perpetrators of these banquets are identical in terms of costumes, words, etc. thing.
Arrest male singer “cheating delivery”
On January 30, the police of Tan Binh district, Ho Chi Minh City just arrested Ngo Anh Tam (31 years old; ie singer Diep Thanh Phong, living in Ward 8, District 8, Ho Chi Minh City) to investigate fraud. take property.
Tam is the famous “man delivering the nest” on many social networking groups that the Law of Ho Chi Minh City has reflected.
Ngo Anh Tam, ie singer Diep Thanh Phong at the investigation agency. Photo: NT
Accordingly, at about 21:28 on January 5, a tall, well-dressed young man went by car to a cafe on C18 Street (Ward 12, Tan Binh District, Ho Chi Minh City).
This person told Ms. Do Nhan B (21 years old, from Binh Thuan province) – an employee standing at the counter that delivered bird’s nest to the female owner. “That guy said that I helped receive the goods, so I was about to call to confirm, when this person pretended to hold the phone to talk and said that he was talking to the owner” – B said and added that the young man spoke skillfully, Over the phone, he “acted” as if he were talking to a real female owner to distract.
Tam previously entered a coffee shop in Tan Binh district, tricked the delivery of oats and took away the female employee’s amount of 2.8 million. Photo taken from the security camera clip
Sister B still doesn’t believe it’s true. However, the young man continued to hit a psychological blow when he said over the phone: “I came and met baby B, your staff. Baby B will receive the goods for you, right?”. Seeing that, the female employee agreed to accept it instead.
“I’ve been working at this cafe for a long time, many regular customers know my name, but this young man, I don’t understand why he knows my name like that” – B continued and admitted that he was deceived by his appearance. deceiving young men.
The victim then filed a police report. Photo: NT
Initially, the young man said that the bird’s nest box was worth 2.3 million VND. However, when she discovered that the female coffee shop employee had “bitten the hook”, she shouted out 2.8 million dong. The girl at this time also believed, giving enough money.
However, when the female coffee shop owner came, the girl said “I received all the oats for you for 2.8 million”, only to find out that she was deceived.
The victim then reported to the Police of Ward 12, Tan Binh District. The functional forces were then present to take statements and extract images from security cameras to serve the search.
Ms. B said that after researching on social networks, she discovered that this young man with the same appearance had scammed many different victims.
“I have seen a food store owner in District 1, Ho Chi Minh City who also got scammed just like me. It’s the same man, with the same words to distract and deceive people,” said Ms. B.
The image from the security camera shows that the young man came to a donkey at a coffee shop in Tan Binh district (Figure 3), with the same appearance and shoes as in the scam in District 1. Photo taken from the security camera clip.
The victim said that at the time of being deceived, he was alone in the shop, without the owner. Maybe the young man chose the time to approach.
“This person and the person who entered the food shop in District 1 to trick the delivery of oats and I dare say this is the same person. The shoes he wore were the same as when he entered my shop. In addition, the voice is the same, “- Ms. B continued and added that the young man took great care of his appearance and sprayed fragrant perfume.
Accordingly, the incident in District 1 was at a mini food store on Ho Hao Hon Street owned by Ms. NM (31 years old) and only one day after Ms. B’s incident.
According to the image from the security camera, at about 21:58 on January 6, this young man drove a black car, carrying a box of oats into the store.
This person naturally put the box of oats on the counter, said to send it to Ms. M (name of the female owner – PV). Next, this person took the phone, pretended to be on the phone to the owner and introduced that he had come, was talking to the staff. However, when this person holds the phone, the image shows that the phone screen is not bright, there is no call.
Talking to Ho Chi Minh City Law, Ms. NM, the shop owner said that at that time, she had monitored the security camera and knew tricks. “But I’ll see what he does,” said Ms. M.
A young man holding a bird’s nest box entered a food shop on Ho Hao Hon Street, District 1, trying to cheat but failed. Photo taken from the security camera clip
Immediately, the female store employee was alert and called Ms. M To confirm directly. At this time, the man saw this, so he put the bird’s nest box in his pocket and said “maybe I’m wrong” then got out of the car and left.
Ms. M said that normally, any employee who receives food at the shop must call her to confirm. “I texted the staff to see what it was up to. The staff also pretended to call me about the amount. In the end, it seemed that he was exposed, so he left,” said Ms.
Because she has not been cheated of money, Ms. M did not report the incident to the police but also wanted to spread the story so that people could raise their vigilance at the end of the year.
The victims all said that young men often drove luxury cars. In the case of going to a coffee shop in Tan Binh district, a white car is used, but in the case of District 1, a black car is used. “Maybe he rented a technology car to get around, not a private car,” said Ms. B.
Painful to pay overtime to compensate
Ms. B said she had lost 2.8 million for a bag of four cans of bird’s nest, worth about 100 thousand. “Because the shop owner often buys oats, I believe it is right, I was too stupid” – B said.
Ms. B said that she is a sophomore at a college in Ho Chi Minh City. In order to support his family and make ends meet, B worked part-time with a meager salary.
The bird’s nest box that the young man used to scam Ms. B was worth about 100,000 VND. Photo: NT
“The owner of the restaurant gave me 500,000 VND to support me, and I had to lose the rest. Because I’m stupid, I didn’t expect a person who dresses so well and drives a car like that to turn out to be a scam” – B sullenly.
Similarly, Ms. Tong Ngoc H (24 years old, living in District 8, Ho Chi Minh City) – a female store employee on street 2, Kim Son residential area, Tan Phong ward, district 7, HCMC also shared with reporter about being scammed.
This person entered a coffee shop and tricked Ms. H into taking 500 thousand VND. Photo taken from the clip
Accordingly, on the evening of January 3, a young man with the above appearance took a technology taxi to the store and said that he had delivered the bird’s nest box to the owner. This person talked in jokes and pretended to take a phone call, making the female employee mistakenly believe that her owner had ordered a real bird’s nest box and paid for it with money.
“This person said the box of oats cost more than 2.6 million and little change. Then pretended to take the phone and call my boss, but in reality, there was no call,” said Ms. H.
The appearance, hair, shoes … that the young man who entered the coffee shop in District 7 cheated is exactly the same as the case in Tan Binh and District 1. Photo taken from the security camera clip.
Next, the young man asked Ms. H. how much money she had, and the female employee answered only 500 thousand. “He just pretended to be on the phone to talk to my owner that she only had 500 thousand. Then pretend that someone else will transfer more and then take my money and leave,” said Ms. H.
Ms. H said that she worked part-time at the shop, the salary was not much and “I lost 500 thousand but wanted to cry. Luckily, I didn’t lose 2.6 million,” continued Ms. H and said that she did not report the incident to the police.
According to the victims, this young man with the above appearance has scammed many other shops by delivering oats or stealing clothes at laundry shops for many years.
(PLO)- The production and consumption lines of large denomination counterfeit money operate sophisticatedly, using high-tech means to bypass the eyes of the functional forces, which have been thoroughly suppressed by the Ho Chi Minh City Police and related units. break.