A bank clerk said that she often encountered customers who were suspected of being defrauded. She tried to persuade them, but still a small number of people did not want to believe them.
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[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] Nowadays, with the development of Internet technology, fraud crimes are becoming more and more rampant, and cases of fraud through social platforms are emerging one after another, making many people fall into the trap of fraud without knowing it.
A bank clerk and netizen lamented that in the face of the deceived who had been persuaded but still persisted, not only was he deeply helpless, but even his work enthusiasm was gradually wiped out.
The netizen complained about the commune on Facebook, saying that she had been in the banking industry for 5 years and had nearly 3 years of experience as an official banker. The person who made her most helpless and blamed herself during the work process was the defrauded person.
Although the clerk has repeatedly reminded them, they still followed the instructions of the fraud group and were eventually deceived.
The original PO thinks that she has worked very hard to protect the assets of her clients. When she learns that clients have been defrauded, she will feel unworthy for them. "I feel that I can do more, but it seems that I can't do more." .
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This employee netizen is also worried that if this continues, after working for 5 to 10 years, she will be assimilated like other colleagues. The mentality of being able to do this appears.
As soon as the post came out, netizens sent consolation, "Really! I've been warned again and again, but I still insist on jumping, and people I don't know also meet, what are they thinking?", "because of one word, greed", "are you patiently following They explain, and they will accuse them instead.”
However, some netizens questioned, "I know that the customer was defrauded and persuaded to wake up, so why didn't I call the police now?" Yuan Po reluctantly clarified, "May I ask if she ran back and said she was defrauded, and she gave the money to the other party, what can I persuade, and how can I help her? When I call the police, I can only ask her to report the loss of everything. It’s normal to ask at the closet, and there is no doubt about what she said. I really don’t know how I can help her?”
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