I was deceived by SMS scammers and I rent 25 rubles a day. What should I do?

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New_GamerXXX
New_GamerXXX
Answered on November 19, 2015 19:16
Throw away the card)) If you are faced with telephone fraud, then first of all it is worth notifying the mobile operator. If you transferred funds to the number indicated by the fraudsters or called, as a result of which you have withdrawn a certain amount of money, the operator will return the money back to you without a conversation if this happened inside the operator’s network. If you lured a large amount of money, then you need to contact the police. MTS: 8 (800) 333-08-90 (or forward the received SMS to the toll-free number 1911); Beeline: 8 (495) 974-88-88 (free recommendations by phone 068044); Megaphone: 8 (800) 333-05-00 (subscriber service 0500); Police: 02 (from mobile phones 112).
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Butterfly
Butterfly
Answered on November 20, 2015 06:51
Call the operator and report that the fraudsters withdraw money from your card, then go to the company's office and block the SIM card, in no case just throw it away,otherwise, then winds up a decent amount, you will receive a letter of payment. Be sure to block. And then just buy a new sim card.
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Alexander Tiora
Alexander Tiora
Answered on November 20, 2015 10:25
To the cellular operator will contact.

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