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In Moscow, three entrepreneurs gave more than 10 million rubles to fraudsters selling non-existent medical mask from the coronavirus on “Avito”. It is reported by Telegram-channel Mash
According to the channel, the fraudsters sold a total of 640 thousand masks at 1.5 rubles per share (the average price). The Director of one of Moscow’s restaurants McDonald’s gave to swindlers 144 thousand rubles, another entrepreneur — about 100 thousand. 10 million rubles for a large batch of masks has spent the owner of a pharmaceutical company Eugene P.
After the conclusion of transactions and receive money the scammers disappeared.
The demand for protection has increased dramatically in connection with the distribution of previously unknown coronavirus that causes pneumonia. Some vendors have already announced about the lack of masks. Prices are rising, despite the warning of Russian President Vladimir Putin, who urged to revoke licenses of pharmacies, vzvinchivanie the price tag.
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