Just before the 15 on Monday came the first alarm. A woman in the 100-year-olds in Romberga in Enköping received a call from a man who said to be from the bank. The same woman had on Friday received a visit from an alleged banker that wanted her bank details.
– the Person claimed that someone was trying to access the woman's money but no information was left out, " says Daniel Wikdahl.
alarm. Then had another woman in the 100-years old, Hägnadsvägen in Enköping, sweden, was contacted by a man who declared themselves to be a banker. She left not from a debit card or code, because the man could not identify themselves.
Third alarm came at 16.40-the time when a woman in the 90s on the Street in London was visited by a man who said to be from her bank. He retrieved the woman's debit card and the code and took out an unknown amount of money.
the 18-time on Monday, no suspect.
– In one of the cases we received information quite close to the event and took us to the area to find any perpetrator, which, unfortunately, we didn't, " says Daniel Wikdahl.
" Obviously it is someone who has set this in the system in Enköping right now to try to lure money from the old people. We always try to inform the elderly people that you should not leave cards, or card details. The bank does not ring up and request this information. You are unsure, you should directly call their bank on the bank's regular numbers.