The Communications Authority (CA) today (11th) launched a mobile publicity vehicle campaign with the theme of "I Pledge to Prevent Wire Deception, I Do It", and arranged for the publicity vehicle to tour all 22 districts in Hong Kong from now until the <>nd of this month to strengthen the promotion of the message of anti-wire fraud to the public through games and exhibitions.


The Communications Authority (CA) has made use of mobile publicity vehicles to step up the promotion of messages on the prevention of wire scams to the public. (Photo from Information Services Department)

The Communications Authority (CA) has made use of mobile publicity vehicles to step up the promotion of messages on the prevention of wire scams to the public. (Photo from Information Services Department)

The Director of Communications, Mr Leung Chung-yin (right), visits the mobile publicity vehicle and participates in the emergency game with members of the public. (Photo from Information Services Department)

The Director of Communications, Mr Leung Chung-yin, today visited the publicity vehicle at Hung Shing Street in Ap Lei Chau, and participated in the emergency code and "Beware of Do's and Don'ts" games with members of the public. In addition to arranging various exciting games, the CA also displayed information on the prevention of wire deception on publicity vans and distributed leaflets and souvenirs to the public to enhance the effectiveness of the publicity.

Date, time and place of parking of the promotional vehicle:

(Photo from the website of the Communications Bureau)

"THEi" 19-year-old mainland female student mistakenly fell into the trap of electricity fraud and lost a total of 3.150 million yuan in 1 remittances, two women successively involved their son in the case of electricity fraud for help, unemployed man arrested for collecting money, pleaded guilty to money laundering and other crimes, and was sentenced to 2 million cross-border investment wire fraud case The members who returned to the case confessed: I was looking for a middle-aged woman aged 40 to 50 years old to steal a conversation on my sister's mobile phone and was worried that she was suspected of being deceived by electricity