26 September 2023, 04:41
Gleb Belavin, resident of the TsSR Expert Club, said that from October 1, banks will begin to transfer to the Central Bank the most complete information about those involved in fraudulent transfers.
The Prime agency reports this.
According to the expert, according to the new rules, banks will be able to disclose information about suspicious transactions based on 50 criteria.
Belavin noted that the new rules of the Bank of Russia will help quickly identify telephone scammers.
“This is a very correct action, perhaps a little late,” the expert said.
Earlier, lawyer Kirill Vorobyov told how to protect real estate from fraudulent transactions.
Also, distinguished Russian lawyer Ivan Solovyov said that telephone scammers began to create a “victim profile” of Russians.
Error in the text? Select it and press “Ctrl + Enter”Subscribe to our Zen channel