amsterdam - Three men and two women have demanded prison sentences up to three years for large-scale phishing in online banking. The five, which is operated from Amsterdam, are associated with 85 cases in which it is taken away for more than four tons.
According to the officer they were very professional job. Victims were first to provide an email with the request, then they were called by a woman who pretended she worked at the bank. The mail had this conversation already announced, so many people actually gave their bank codes. The gang then quickly logged into the internet bank account and wrote them money.
The case came to light after police managed to trace mobile numbers and the suspects (between 28 and 48 years) overheard some time.
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