Police warns against fraud Rabobank app

Jun

21

2016

The Dutch police warns of a new way in which criminals defraud Rabobank app. The scammers appear when buying used cars to transfer the money via the app, which indicates that the transfer is pending.

Rabobank app The seller is then assumed that the amount to his account, with the fraudster states that it can take several hours for the transaction is completed. “The car is nice, but the money is never made,” reported the police. In reality, the scammer does not include enough money in his account and the payment remains off.

The problem lies in the operation of Rabobank app. Even with insufficient funds which include giving a few minutes again that the transaction is pending. In the past been two to three weeks, there are cases where this method is used, amongst others Marketplace-selling cars.

It is not known how often the trick is abused by fraudsters. Police advise sellers to rely on cash or yourself to use a Rabobank account, so they can immediately see the transfer for verification.

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