Enhancing Security Awareness & Preventing Telecommunication Fraud


Telecommunication fraud refers to the criminal behaviors that offenders fabricate false information, set up hoax, carry out remote and non-contact fraud through telephone, network and SMS in order that the victimsare induced todeposit or transfer money to the illegal accounts. The public security officers classify the common fraud behaviors into ten DO NOTs as below. If you encounter the following situations in your daily life, please call the police, and DONOT remit.

1. DO NOT remit if the caller claim themselves as public security officers.

2. DO NOT remit to "Security Account".

3. DO NOT remit if you are notified that you win a lucky draw or receive a sum of subsidy.

4. DO NOT trust easily if you are notified that your family members are in trouble.

5. DO NOT tell if you areasked for your personal and bankaccount information.

6. DO NOT set up your online banking when you are asked on the phone.

7. DO NOT follow the instruction if you are asked to go to a hotel to assist an investigation.

8. DO NOT believe if you are asked to check Order of Arrest ona website.

9. DO NOT remitif the callers claim themselves as your mentoror superior.

10. DO NOT remitif bank account information is needed when you log on a strange website.