the Financial regulator, autoriteit financiële markten (AFM), has 2,500 of the Dutch in sending a letter to them about the gangs that are using the phone for consumers to access with the dubious beleggingsaanbiedingen, as reported by the AFM on Thursday.
The regulator had the data on the consumers of the justice system. The names were on a list that has been seized in the context of international criminal law the conduct of investigations.
in The DIM, according to boilerrooms, is a slang term for an area where the gangs operate. A boiler room is also compared with that of a call center, but it has to be a dubious character by the use of call scripts, and frames. The scammers will use those lists in order to consumers by phone to offer a so-called "great beleggingsaanbod".
"I Often reflect that investment a lot of money, and there is little risk" according to the AFM. The scammers do the knots at first in a friendly conversation with the potential victims and try to have a relationship." It is also made use of call scripts to get them to move in, and then more and more money to put in them."
The belbendes come up with the numbers, as consumers of this online, fill in the form. "Or to leave something to click on. This happens, for example, through an advertisement on Facebook or in other media, but also from the sites with the beleggingsaanbiedingen," says DIM. The number is up on the list.
And the lists continue to be endlessly circulated. "On the list, so it is very easy, but the performance come out, seems almost impossible." The AFM warns these people not to go out on a call beleggingsaanbod and advice in order to immediately hang-up.