Europol has issued a warning to travelers in the European Union. It says that organized crime gangs are engaged in the business of selling the negative investigation report of Covid-19 in a fake way. Therefore, there is a need to be smart with the gangs that make and sell the negative Kovid-19 document. In some countries, with the implementation of travel restrictions, these gangs can take advantage of the opportunity.
The European Union’s police agency has asked travelers to beware of organized crime gangs. He says that the gangs are trying to sell the investigation report of fake Covid-19. By issuing a warning, Europol has claimed that many organized crime gangs are active in this work, who are engaged in selling fake certificates. On the basis of a fake Kovid-19 certificate, travelers are able to avoid travel restrictions.
Counterfeiting gang-seller investigation of fake Covid-19 negative active
“Based on intelligence in the UK, fraudsters have been caught selling Bogus ovid-19 test certificate for 100 pounds. The name of the real lab was fake on fake certificates,” the agency said. Let us tell you that after exposing many suspects, a warning has come out from the police departments. They say the suspects were caught trying to sell fake Kovid-19 negative certificates at the airport, especially in Britain and France.
Covid-19 test certificate for 100 pounds. The name of the real lab was fake on fake certificates,” the agency said. Let us tell you that after exposing many suspects, a warning has come out from the police departments. They say the suspects were caught trying to sell fake Kovid-19 negative certificates at the airport, especially in Britain and France.
EU member states share information among themselves- Europol
In Spain and the Netherlands, the group was operating an online business from select mobile messaging apps and chat groups. Europol said in a statement. With the invention of technology and the help of high quality printers, printing on these certificates has become easier now.
He told that a fraudster has been caught selling fake documents online in Spain for 40 euros. Apart from this, a few criminals were arrested while doing the same thing through a mobile messaging app in the Netherlands. An Irish criminal gang allegedly involved in the act has been identified. Therefore, EU member states are called upon to share information on criminal activities related to fake Covid-19 investigation report.
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