"The mysterious bedrägerihärvan took Postnord and Tele2 on the bed after the new year."
"Now blame the companies on each other – at the same time as the perpetrators managed to order hundreds of phones and tablets in ignorant people's names."
"– this is a gigantic fraud, " says Alexis Larsson, head of security at Postnord."
"Bedrägerihärvan was rolled up after the new year when the people affected were contacted by the post office – who did something and gets restless."
"One of the victims is Thomas Wallin, 54, from sweden."
"– I received a call from my local department store and he asked if I had been, and brought out the package. But I had been on holiday and immediately realized that something was wrong, " he says."
"After the discovery came several hours of work of Thomas Wallin to put on hold to the bank, Tele2 and block the bank id."
"– When this happens, of course jätteorolig, " says Thomas Wallin."
"Over the past few days the police, particularly in Skåne, sweden received hundreds of complaints from the people of Thomas Wallin's seat."
"In practice, it has been about the decepticons ordered mobile phones and tablets from Tele2 in unaware persons is names and managed to get these without showing ID of postombuden – by using the reach of its app where you can identify themselves with the bank id."
"How the fraud has gone to is still unclear but the Postnord group and Tele2 claims that the fault lies with the other party."
"– When purchasing via Tele2's website has the respective post office which is responsibility to implement a proper id control in the extradition of the packages. How id-control approach, can we as a operator does not answer, says Louise Ekman, press officer at Tele2."
"postnord's head of security, Alexis Larsson, in turn, say:"
"– It has nothing with the app to do at all. Here are the fraudsters who have managed to make an order from an e-retailer which has led to that we have got to manage hundreds of packages that should not be in our system at all. "
"Hundreds of notifications"
"Clearly, however, that the affected individuals had not done anything wrong. It has not been the issue of fraudsters tricked by them some passwords to their bank id."
" It's not the victims who have been careless with their data or something like that. Here is the e-commerce company that has sent out a deceptively ordered product, " says Alexis Larsson at Postnord."
"the police took it in on Saturday, continue to receive notifications from the affected."
"– It will check the notifications, but how many it is, if I can't answer, " says Anna Göransson on the police regionledningscentral in Skåne."
"When it comes to the start of the police investigation are handled by the police in the south Region, and National bedrägericentrum in Stockholm."
"Neither Postnord or the police suspect, however, that the error is in the bank-id system. Instead, we suspect that the fraudsters made use of the so-called goalkeepers who ”lent” their bank-id-accounts to the fraudsters."
"– What is happening is that goalkeepers used to this against the better judgment or ignore the impact. It is very easy to identify the goalkeepers then the bank id is linked to social security numbers, " says Jan Olsson on the police national bedrägericentrum."
"the Phones will be unusable"
"in Addition, reports Local newspaper that in several places has secured övervakningsbilder from when the decepticons picked up the phones from the post office."
"But to put mobile phones in money units must be sold. Postnord is now warning of an increased influx of stolen mobiles in the andrahandssajter and similar marketplaces on the web."
"– We will lock down all the phones so they will be useless to use in the whole world. Is there anyone who sells a inplastad phone at a low price, without a receipt, so you should pull the ears for themselves, " says Alexis Larsson."
"For the affected citizens waiting no economic damage then the Tele2 will not be paid for the fraudulently ordered phones."
"– as soon As we know the extent we will at Tele2 contact the affected customers and make sure that they do not suffer as a result of this, says Louise Ekman at Tele2."