Even several thousand Poles can receive a message from this telephone number. It should not be taken lightly. What is it about

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Thousands of Poles can get such a message. What is it about?

 Even a few thousand Poles can receive a message from this phone number. It should not be underestimated. What is it about

How reports the portal “Dobre program”, thousands of Poles have received or will soon receive an incoming message from the number +48669979971. It is about a deception we may have fallen into. We are talking about fraudsters pretending to be InPost and PGE, who extorted money from unaware people's dangers. The information from the Central Cybercrime Bureau is better not to be ignored.

Message from the number +48669979971

The message sent from the number +48 669 979 971, will reach thousands of Poles. In this way, the Central Cybercrime Bureau wants to reach those people who may have fallen victim to fraudsters pretending to be PGE and InPost companies. All due to the fact that the investigators managed to catch the gang responsible for this type of crime.

Police officers report that scammers sent messages informing about the necessity to pay extra for the parcel, which was allegedly to be withheld. They also used the message in which they informed about the arrears in the electricity bill, which had to be paid immediately to avoid power disconnection.

 Even several thousand Poles can receive a message from this phone number. It should not be underestimated. What's going on

CBZC is looking for victims of criminals

“In order to identify all victims, an information campaign was carried out consisting in sending SMS messages from the number +48 669979971 and e-mails to persons identified as persons who received an SMS with the above-mentioned content “, we read on the CBZC website. January 13 this year. CBZC asks anyone who has been a victim of this type of fraud to contact us. This can be done by phone, calling 47 8356551 from 8 to 2 on weekdays.

Another option is to send an e-mail to pp.krakow@cbzc.policja.gov.pl. The exact content of the text message sent by CBZC can be found below.

Such a message?

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