The scam with the amount of 17 billion dong recently shocked with the details that seemed to only exist in the movie, surprising social networks.
On the evening of September 12, the NL account owner posted an article denouncing a girl named VA (born in 1995, in Bac Giang) with an extremely sophisticated fraud scheme and appropriated an amount of more than 17 billion dong.
VA’s Victim Approach
The owner of the denunciation post on Facebook, Ms. NL is the owner of a chain of beauty salons.
In 2018, VA went to Ms. NL’s facility for cosmetic surgery and got to know Mr. T, sister-in-law of Ms. NL, who worked as a cosmetologist that day for VA According to the story, the initial object that VA targeted was her husband. NL’s, but due to busy work that day, VA could only approach Mr. T.
At first, Ms. NL did not pay special attention to this customer named VA, but after a while she officially became Mr. T’s girlfriend, and at the same time, her husband showed her that VA bought a branded watch for her boyfriend. (NL’s brother-in-law), I just started paying attention.
Through her husband, Ms. NL learned that VA seems to be a rich lady when she constantly changes supercars every day, one day the S550 and the other the BMW. Through research, NL found that VA was a rich lady, even bought a house for Mr. T and had a proper notary.
However, thanks to this rich lady, NL learned that her husband had transacted with the VA about several billion dong. When asked, her husband said that he has always trusted rich friends or rich people, thinking that the rich can do business with them.
Taking advantage of the guise of a rich lady with this same mentality, VA has repeatedly borrowed money from Ms. NL’s husband by showing off that she has a luxurious life, often shopping for branded goods, and then will occasionally contact her husband. this guy to borrow money for reasons such as: forgot to bring a card, didn’t bring money. And yet, to build trust, VA always returns the borrowed money in full and comes with many branded watches and clothes as a thank you to her husband NL.
Thanks to these small transactions in the name of borrowing money, VA deceived Ms. NL’s husband into giving her about 5-7 billion VND without a doubt.
The scam scheme is extremely sophisticated.
One day, her husband NL suddenly told her that she needed 10 billion to invest in real estate with VA
Asking for details from her husband, Ms. NL learned the following: VA’s father gave his daughter 3 apartments in Vinhome, VA will give her husband NL 20% discount to ask to sell on her behalf, so he just needs to ask for details. 5% discount again and sold out easily.
Hearing this, Ms. NL became suspicious and refused to give money, asking to clarify the matter first.
However, according to Ms. NL, the VA to build trust in order to earn money organized a wedding with Mr. T, NL’s cousin-in-law The wedding was held at the 5-star JW Marriott Hotel in Hanoi. It is known that VA’s dowry gift according to NL’s husband, who attended the wedding was a Rolls Royce worth 80 billion VND that VA’s father gave his daughter.
Therefore, according to her husband, Ms. NL had to transfer money with the reason that: “Since you are a family member, you have to trust”.
But, after a while, only seeing the investment money go without seeing any profit, Ms. NL asked and received the answer that there was a problem, so she waited for a while. Also at this time, Ms. NH learned that another brother from her husband’s family had been solicited by VA to sell a villa worth more than 5 billion for only 2.5 billion, this brother gave VA 1 billion and is asking NL to borrow the remaining amount.
At this time, NL was very suspicious, but when asked about the legal documents of the other villa, the cousin did not say anything.
And yet, NL also discovered that VA’s father, through text messages and many phone calls, borrowed more than 100 million from her beauty salon to “take care of hospital fees”. At this time, Ms. NL could not stand it anymore, saying:
“The giants in Vietnam have to borrow 100 million, moreover, they also borrow from the company through an employee. Definitely a scam.”
The scam has been exposed.
After her judgment, Ms. NL secretly investigated and discovered the truth about this rich VA lady.
Turns out VA is not rich at all, mother is a worker in Bac Giang, father is in rehab.
The whole cover of a rich lady and a real estate entrepreneur is staged: the 2 luxury apartments VA are living in are rented for 50-60 million/month, no one has even moved in yet. All supercars owned by VA such as BMW, Merc, etc. are also rented for 15 million/day.
In particular, showing a Rolls Royce supercar of more than 80 billion as a dowry is also rented for nearly 40 million / day.
To increase the sophistication of its plan, VA hired people to impersonate his parents in the wedding ceremony with Mr. T, all the guests that day were also “mass actors” with a salary of 300- 500k depending on the person. The amount of money used to stage this wedding is estimated at 1 and has not yet been paid by the VA.
As for the house that the VA gave Mr. T at the beginning, it turned out that she hired a person to pretend to be a notary’s office worker to come to Mr. T to do the paperwork and notarize properly. This trick is guessed by NL to also apply to her cousin who was solicited to buy the other 2.5 billion mansion.
And yet, the bank accounts that the VA used to receive the fraudulent money were also hired by other people to receive them with a remuneration of 5-10 million for each time they received and transferred money on their behalf.
In the end, NL learned that not only her husband and her husband’s cousin were deceived, but many other people in her husband’s family were also victims. They gave VA a few hundred to several billion dong each, with the same scams as above. However, Ms. NL added, VA scammed so professionally that at first no one cooperated with her, they hid to protect VA but in the end had to tell.
Finally, Ms. NL went to VA’s place in Hanoi to expose the incident.
VA knelt down and begged NL for forgiveness, and at the same time used the excuse of being pregnant with Mr. T’s child to ask to return to his hometown, promising to save money to pay it back. Considering that now, if you make a big deal out of it, you won’t get any money back, moreover, it will embarrass your husband’s family, so Ms. NL agreed.
The scam continues.
After 3 years, up to now, Ms. NL discovered: it turns out that the VA continues to scam others, the total number of victims is more than 100 people.
The case is currently being investigated and updated.
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