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The case of a fan page impersonating singer Thuy Tien to scam charity money is causing public outrage as the whole country turns to the flooded Central region.

Impersonating famous people on Facebook to commit fraud is not a new thing.

First of all, let’s talk about setting up fake bank accounts for fraud.

Clues to trace fake accounts can be ID cards, phone numbers, and registered emails.

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Returning to this case, the question of concern is whether the fraudster can be traced?

– Case one, the scammer is abroad.

– Case two, the scammer is in the country, using the form of transferring money from a fraudulent account to another account.

– Case three, bad guys withdraw money directly at ATMs from fraudulent accounts.

Of course, even though it is possible to catch the scammer, it will take a lot of time, effort and money.

I think that to completely prevent criminals from committing fraud using bank accounts, we need to have details as well as regulations and tools for charity work.

Regarding the responsibilities of banks, it is probably also necessary to set up special accounts (specialized for charitable purposes) with a higher level of security and personalization, minimizing the possibility of intrusion by criminals.

From the perspective of charity campaigners, there also needs to be clear regulations on operating principles (for example, limiting personal work, needing support from a professional organization…).

In short, it is time for relevant parties to sit down and cooperate to find a common voice, helping to professionalize charity activities.

>> What is your opinion?

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