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Do not give away bank accounts and passwords easily. No matter how good their story sounds, swindlers will inevitably ask for bank card information. There are no such things as “safe accounts” and one should not transfer money into accounts provided by others. Public security bureau officials, if they need information, will do so face-to-face, instead of asking for accounts and passwords on the phone.

Telecom companies, commercial banks and social security system have separate working platforms. Be careful when a swindler claims he can help you contact police or asks you to transfer money into “safe accounts.”

Telecom companies send letters or reminders for delayed payments instead of making phone calls.


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