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  • Net set up high-paying recruitment part-time trap scam more than 600,000 yuan
  • Wang Xinyu, July 21 (correspondent Deng Lei) falsely claimed to be an employee of a large company. He sent false information about recruiting part-time staff through QQ, set up fraud, and illegally made more than 600,000 yuan. Recently, the Procuratorate of Yushui District, Xinyu City, Jiangxi Province approved the criminal suspects Chen and Liu on suspicion of fraud.

    In June 2015, Chen and Liu moved from Quanzhou, Fujian Province to Xinyu City, Jiangxi Province, and rented a house in Shengli North, Xinyu City to engage in online fraud.The two people lied that they were employees of a large company and used QQ chat group, for the credibility of the major regular malls, sales and performance, to recruit online agents on the network, and promised to return the false information of the principal and commission after successful success, to lure victims to a certain online The mall purchases game point cards. When the victim is fooled and successfully purchases a game point card, the victim's order number and QQ mailbox number are first deceived, and then the acquired account number and password of the game point card purchased by the victim are obtained on the mall website through the obtained order number and QQ mailbox number. The victim will be blackened and kicked out of the QQ group, and then look for the next house to sell the game point card for profit. As of the arrest, Chen and Liu had committed fraud more than a hundred times on the Internet and illegally made more than 600,000 yuan in profits.

    The procuratorial organs believed that the criminal suspects Chen and Liu used the Internet to commit fraud. There were a large number of people and the amount of fraud was particularly huge, so they made a decision according to law. Prosecutors reminded the majority of netizens that they must not easily believe in the powerful recruitment information posted on the Internet, such as "low requirements, low investment, and high returns."