“Docomo Account” Damage to Approximately 10 Million Yen to Discuss Compensation September 10 at 1:51 AM
It was found that 34 damages have been confirmed so far, totaling approximately 10 million yen, in the case of fraudulent deposits withdrawn at banks around the country through docomo Account, an electronic payment service. NTT DOCOMO has decided to consult with each bank on compensation for the affected persons.
NTT DOCOMO’s DOCOMO Account is a service that allows you to purchase and transfer money through “d-payment” if you register and deposit a bank account, but through this account, there has been a series of damages in which deposits are illegally withdrawn at 10 banks nationwide.
According to the parties concerned, 34 damages were confirmed by the 9th, and the total amount of damage was approximately 10 million yen.
Some of them have been without a total of 600,000 yen, so NTT DOCOMO has decided to consult with banks about compensation to victims.
NTT DOCOMO has also suspended all new registrations to its DOCOMO account from October 10.
In order to prevent spoofing when opening a docomo account that seems to have led to this fraudulent drawer, we will consider the timing of resumption after taking measures to strengthen identity verification, such as sending a user’s face photo and driver’s license in the app.