Amazed at the insistence of a capital telephone number, a Berissense decided to answer a call and found himself in a “cheeky” situation that outraged him and prompted him to contact eldia.com to make it public.
Immediately, this front man from the neighboring town realized that all the verbiage of the man behind the phone had a clear intention to take it and with the same reaction asked a co-worker to start recording the sequence.
In just over 4 minutes, the neighbor asked several questions of the person on the other end of the phone and ended up stripping down a real scam that “anyone could have been a victim of.”
Precisely in this context, the neighbor contacted this newspaper so that the more than 7 million beneficiaries of the Emergency Family Income, the bond that Anses gives for the brake on the economy that put it in quarantine, remain on alert and not become victims of this criminal action.
“Call the newspaper to make it public. The truth is that, with the situation we are experiencing, many are desperate and therefore prone to step on the stick and fall into this trap,” Berisso’s neighbor said in an obfuscated tone.
In the clip, two people are heard answering queries. “Jorge Omar Casini from the Anses secretariat” says the subject on the other end of the phone when asked for his name.
After this “they refer him to another section” and in the middle of it produces what the neighbor classifies as “the most dangerous of the call and that can lead to confusion”: an Anses spot that talks about the health emergency situation that It has been taking place in Argentina.
“It is the voice of a woman that one has identified as official. Perhaps the spot is real and they took it to disguise the scam. But it is what generated a strong itching because with those details they end up making people fall” he said .
“The communication has been transferred to the Management of Anses. Jorge Esteban Palacios is my name” says the second person. Then he explains that to credit the ten thousand pesos, you must meet an advisor at the nearest bank branch.
“I do not know what will be the method to steal because if they transfer the money to an account sooner or later they will fall through systems. I estimate that they will point a gun at you and ask you to take out the money and give it to them,” the front man projected.
He noted in this regard that “the neighbors must be vigilant to this type of maneuver and not hand over their data. At this difficult time, 10,000 pesos can feed you a whole month.”
Regarding the end of the telephone communication he had with this newspaper, the neighbor who asked to keep his identity safe said that “when you receive these types of calls, you should think of something logical, which makes it difficult to communicate with these types of organizations, see if Someone is going to call you especially to ask for information. ”