An accident occurred in Moscow, as a result of which a woman was injured. This happened while she was on her way to the bank to send money to scammers. Despite what happened, the criminals did not stop: after the incident, they sent a courier to the victim who was in the hospital.
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November 13, 67 years old Leila warned someone Olga via Telegram about a call that she claimed was supposed to come from the director of the FSB. Shortly after this, Leil actually received a call from a man who introduced himself as Vadim Viktorovich Kupriyanov from the FSB. He said that Leila allegedly transferred funds to an organization banned in Russia, reports the Baza Telegram channel.
The next morning, Leila received another call, this time from an “employee” of the Central Bank. On his recommendation, the woman went to the bank to apply for a loan in the amount of 1.1 million rubles with a view to subsequently transferring the money to a safe account. While Leila was running to the ATM, she was hit by a car.
The traffic accident did not bother the scammers. During the woman’s stay in the Botkin hospital, a “grandmother” came to her, who calmly and easily took the money from the shocked Leila.