Damage caused by fraudulent payments through docomo accounts: 2,842 million yen as of October 8, 21:25
NTT DOCOMO announced that as of July 7, 125 cases and 2,842 million yen had been caused by fraudulently withdrawing deposits and deposits at banks around the country through docomo Account, an electronic payment service.
With regard to the “docomo account” of the electronic payment service, it has become clear that the damage that deposits and deposits are illegally withdrawn from the accounts of regional banks and Japan Post Banks in cooperation with each other has become clear.
NTT DOCOMO announced that 125 cases of damage were revealed as of 6:00 p.m. on July 7, totaling 2,842 million yen.
In the past, the number and amount of damage had been disclosed based on declarations from banks such as “suspected fraudulent drawers.”
However, since there was a case where it was later found to be a drawer by the user himself, as a result of the investigation by DOCOMO and the bank from this time, it is said that it has published what was judged to be an illegal drawer.
Of the 35 banks that work with DOCOMO accounts, 29 still stop transferring money from their bank accounts to their docomo accounts.