Friday, 6 November 2015

133 People Arrested In Major Action Against Ticket Fraud

At an international operation against ticket fraud, coordinated by the European Cyber ​​Crime Centre (EC3) in The Hague and Ameripol in Bogota, 133 people were arrested. The campaign focused on criminals who buy over the Internet using stolen or forged credit card data airfare.

According to Europol, millions of people are victims of credit card fraud. During the "Global Airport Action Day" worked airlines, online travel agencies and credit card companies along with investigative services from 32 countries to identify suspicious transactions ticket. Subsequently investigative agencies warned that were ready to move several airports. A total of 162 reported suspicious transactions, which ultimately led to 133 arrests.

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