Kijiji上面的骗子

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看起来你们都没有搞明白这事啊? 骗子可以寄一张支票或者一张 draft 给你,或者把支票/Draft扫描了寄给你,比如$1000. 你可以把这个支票存入你的银行(在手机APP上存,或者到银行柜台存), 没有问题。 你账号上会多1000,过一两个星期估计也没有问题。

问题在于,大概一个月左右,你的银行凭这个支票/Draft到对方银行提钱,这时候发现这个支票/Draft 是假的,银行会回头来找你的。
假的,银行伐30刀。
 

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我从来没卖过旧东西,疫情之前花了几百让人把旧货拉走。
我也不买旧东西,基本是买最便宜的新东西。
对,能捐就捐,还能帮助他人。
 

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最近在Kijiji上发现骗子利用疫情大肆行骗,友情提醒各位小心点。
光七月份已经遇见两次:
1.出租房找租客,对方说他在美国,收疫情影响现在没法过来。可以先把定金打给我。一开始我就知道他是个骗子,为了浪费他的时间免得他去骗别人我跟他来回多次。其实这种人套路就是付你多余钱,让你把他把多余的钱打给别人。以前还会邮寄个假draft给你,现在直接在网上发给你,让你mobile deposit连邮寄费都省下来了。
2.买东西。说现在疫情家里有老人不能冒险,只接受etransfer。钱收到后会把东西寄给我。

大家多小心!
我给你一个Email,你可以让他把钱打过来。 我倒是要见识一下e-transfer的钱怎么还能要回去。这种亏本生意真的有人做?
 

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都kijiji了,当然当面交易啊
 

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如果对方是etransfer 给我了,会怎么骗我呢?如果etransfer 的钱都deposit了,还能再被拿走吗?
听说如果是入侵别人的银行帐号给的etransfer,银行会reverse。所以得知道对方和etransfer的sender能不能对得上。认识的人之间容易识别,kijiji上就可能有这个问题。
 

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e-transfer 不是安全的,跟支票差不多,如果对方跳票,银行会追回款项。当面交易, 支付现金最保险。

这个是另外一个e-transfer 被骗 的经历,皇家银行在舆论压力下把钱还了,但是也是磕磕碰碰的。


TORONTO -- A Brampton, Ont. student who sells collectible running shoes says he was shocked when a $1,000 e-transfer payment he received was reversed by his bank.

“I always thought e-transfers were safe because Interac says once funds are deposited they can't be reversed,” Jaisal Samra said.

Samra was selling four pairs of running shoes, including two pairs of Air Jordans, through the classified website Kijiji. A buyer agreed to pay him $1,000 in advance in an e-transfer which was automatically deposited into his bank account with RBC.

“I got the money instantly and it was in my account. Since I had the money, I decided to go ahead and give him the shoes he paid for," Samra said.

Samra said he met the buyer at a neutral location and dropped off the shoes, but he says days later his account was frozen.

His bank told him the e-transfer was fraudulent and the $1,000 he received would be reversed.

"E-transfers are not what I thought they were. I thought if you got the money in your account the money was safe," Samra said.

After Samra tried to get in touch with the buyer of the shoes he says he ignored his calls and emails.

When CTV News Toronto asked RBC why the funds were reversed a spokesperson said fraud is reviewed on a case-by-case basis.

“We remind clients when receiving requests for personal and banking information, they must take precautions … to ensure they are dealing with a trusted source when transferring or receiving funds,” he said.

Samra said in the future he will be accepting only cash for shoes he sells.

“I’m sad I had to lose the $1,000 and the shoes and considering I’m a student this type of money is huge especially at a time (the pandemic) like this."

Samra had been dealing with RBC for two months without success trying to get his money back, but after being contacted by CTV News Toronto, RBC decided to return the $1,000 to him.

CTV News Toronto also reached out to Interac and asked why funds would be reversed once they were already deposited in someone’s bank account.

While Interac said it was unable to speak to the specifics of the case, a spokesperson said customers should be vigilant regarding online transactions.

“Customers should always be vigilant when they are transacting online and should ensure they are only transacting with trusted websites, vendors and people. “

 

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e-transfer 不是安全的,跟支票差不多,如果对方跳票,银行会追回款项。当面交易, 支付现金最保险。

这个是另外一个e-transfer 被骗 的经历,皇家银行在舆论压力下把钱还了,但是也是磕磕碰碰的。


TORONTO -- A Brampton, Ont. student who sells collectible running shoes says he was shocked when a $1,000 e-transfer payment he received was reversed by his bank.

“I always thought e-transfers were safe because Interac says once funds are deposited they can't be reversed,” Jaisal Samra said.

Samra was selling four pairs of running shoes, including two pairs of Air Jordans, through the classified website Kijiji. A buyer agreed to pay him $1,000 in advance in an e-transfer which was automatically deposited into his bank account with RBC.

“I got the money instantly and it was in my account. Since I had the money, I decided to go ahead and give him the shoes he paid for," Samra said.

Samra said he met the buyer at a neutral location and dropped off the shoes, but he says days later his account was frozen.

His bank told him the e-transfer was fraudulent and the $1,000 he received would be reversed.

"E-transfers are not what I thought they were. I thought if you got the money in your account the money was safe," Samra said.

After Samra tried to get in touch with the buyer of the shoes he says he ignored his calls and emails.

When CTV News Toronto asked RBC why the funds were reversed a spokesperson said fraud is reviewed on a case-by-case basis.

“We remind clients when receiving requests for personal and banking information, they must take precautions … to ensure they are dealing with a trusted source when transferring or receiving funds,” he said.

Samra said in the future he will be accepting only cash for shoes he sells.

“I’m sad I had to lose the $1,000 and the shoes and considering I’m a student this type of money is huge especially at a time (the pandemic) like this."

Samra had been dealing with RBC for two months without success trying to get his money back, but after being contacted by CTV News Toronto, RBC decided to return the $1,000 to him.

CTV News Toronto also reached out to Interac and asked why funds would be reversed once they were already deposited in someone’s bank account.

While Interac said it was unable to speak to the specifics of the case, a spokesperson said customers should be vigilant regarding online transactions.

“Customers should always be vigilant when they are transacting online and should ensure they are only transacting with trusted websites, vendors and people. “

有意思。interac被黑了?私人密要被盗了?
 
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