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"DGCCRF Compensation" Scams Being Sent by Cybercriminals

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"DGCCRF Compensation" Scams Being Sent by Cybercriminals

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Online users, who have received fake DGCCRF (General Directorate of Competition, of the Consumption and the Repression of Fraud) emails like the one below, are asked not to follow the instructions in them. This is because the emails are fakes and are being sent by cybercriminals to their potential victims.

Remember to never send money to anyone in order to receive compensation. This is how scammers make their money, by tricking their potential victims into sending them money using some fake stories.

A Sample of a "DGCCRF Compensation" Scam

Info urgent to victims of scams on the internet

An association referred to as (DGCCRF) ( general Directorate of competition, of the consumption and the repression of fraud) based in Switzerland and some African countries in the world in collaboration with the French police has registered a considerable number of complaints where some scammers scams our peaceful population through dating sites and announcement.

The Interpol is a federal organisation of the world police with the goal to stop the criminal of any kind and therefore cannot intervene in favour of victims for all forms of scams on the net.So if you have been scammed on the web a : large sum of money, purchases do not conform to the picture, bank transfer, of blackmail on the net, fake marabout activities has coloured and fake account, paypal, of false love story to make money, selling car, gay and lesbian and fake draw is the lottery, and Please contact us by following this link below to help you.

Telephone : EUROPE : 33644698567 /AFRIQUE : 22962405867

Email : organisme.int@tutanota.com / organisme.int@korrimel.bzh

The Directorate General for Competition, Consumer Affairs and Fraud Control ( DGCCRF ) is an administrative French under the Ministry of Economy. It aims to ensure the terms of trade exchanges between the companies to ensure fair trading against consumers. In this context, it has three main missions: the competitive market regulation, economic protection, and consumer safety.

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers or other information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

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"DGCCRF Compensation" Scams Being Sent by Cybercriminals