The employees of Kyiv Department of Cyberpolice and National Police exposed three Kyivites, who sold restricted information and personal data of citizens via Internet, ain.ua reports quoting the Cyberpolice press service.
The services, provided by perpetrators, include the identity check through databases of Ukrainian banks, providing information on the movement of funds on accounts and the whole credit history.
The perpetrators obtained this information from the databases of one of the credit unions and the database of the State Fiscal Service. Employees of the credit union and the SFS, who were part of a criminal group, provided access to them.
The orders were accepted through a closed Telegram channel. The client paid for services through a trustee. In the future, the money went to the bank accounts controlled by group members.
The police recorded several cases of the information sale by criminals that contained passport data, mobile phone numbers, bank accounts of citizens, information about relatives, close persons and property.
The criminal proceedings under Part 2 of Art. 361 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine were initiated. In the future, the issue of pressing charges against the criminal group members will be resolved.