Call centre scammers make deepfake video of Chon Buri police officer to lure in victims

Scam name centres at the moment are utilizing ‘deepfake’ movies to make their scams look more practical. In a ‘deepfake’ clip circling on-line, a policeman from Chon Buri seems to be talking, but his strange mouth actions give away that the video isn’t real. Results posted the clip online to warn others to not fall for the scam.
The clip reveals a video name between a ‘police officer’ and a desired victim. However, Manifest didn’t fall for the trick as they could tell the scammer was using deepfake know-how to pose as a police officer because of his mouth actions. When the scammer laughed, it created unnatural wanting actions on the police officer’s face. The harmless citizen performed together with the rip-off and recorded the decision and later posted the clip on TikTok to warn different members of the basic public to not fall for the rip-off.
The real police officer behind the deepfake video said the footage was someone posing as him and the scammer had edited interview footage of him from years ago. He warned individuals not to fall for the scam and to at all times look fastidiously. He stated people may contact officers at each police station to confirm particulars and data if they are not certain whether or not something is a scam or not. He added that he would prosecute the scammers who illegally used and edited footage of him.
The call centre gangs are at all times coming up with new methods to lure in victims. Previously, a scammer rang a woman and informed her she wanted to transfer him cash because her husband had rented a hotel room with another girl and had by no means paid for it.
Since the state-sponsored music ‘Ya Own’ (Don’t Transfer) was released a few weeks in the past to warn the common public to not fall for scams, the scammers are clearly making an attempt to up their sport utilizing deepfake know-how..

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