Fraud Scheme 1: "Return to Sender"
The Victim receives an automated call from a delivery company about a package. It connects to a person claiming to work for a delivery company.
The Victim is "transferred" to the police and is then told a package addressed to them, containing illegal goods, has been intercepted.
The Victim is told they face arrest and deportation for their involvement. The Victim is told that they have an opportunity to pay a fine to avoid jail/deportation.
Fraud Scheme 2: "Laundry Card"
The Victim receives a call from a person claiming to work for police.
The Victim is told that their bank card has been used in a money laundering scheme and their accounts are going to be locked.
The Victim is told they must help with the investigation to clear their name and are told to withdraw the money from their accounts and deposit it to a "secure system" via Bitcoin while the investigation continues. The Victim is told this money will be returned at the end of the investigation.