Whatsapp fraude gestegen in viervoud


Ben jij ook iemand die veel doet Appen en wel eens een Tikkie verzoek doet via Whatsapp? Lees dit dan even.

De schade die Whatsapp fraude slachtoffers hebben geleden, is flink gestegen.

Vorig jaar werden slachtoffers opgelicht voor meer dan 1 miljoen euro.

Dat is dus bijna viervoudig gestegen vergeleken met 2O18, toen het nog om 262.000 euro ging.

De echte schade ligt waarschijnlijk nog veel hoger dan dat. Het gaat hier alleen om mensen die een melding hebben gemaakt bij Fraudehelpdesk.

Bij Whatsapp fraude doen oplichters zich bijna altijd voor als bekenden van de slachtoffers, denk hier aan zoon of dochter, man, vrouw, vader, moeder enzovoort.


Meestal geven de oplichters door aan bekenden van de slachtoffers dat ze een nieuw telefoonnummer hebben. 

Wat ik de laatste tijd erg vaak op Facebook bij vrienden voorbij heb zien komen is dat ze met dat nieuwe telefoonnummer naar vrienden, familie Appen met een Tikkie (Betaalverzoek) hierbij vragen ze om geld om iets te kunnen betalen.

 Natuurlijk zeg je dan als goede vriend gemakkelijk ja, maar zo makkelijk gaat dit dus al tegenwoordig.


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De organisatie ontving vorig jaar al 2663 meldingen van fraude op Whatsapp en 353 van de 2663 mensen werden ook daadwerkelijk opgelicht.

In 2O18 ging het om zo een 655 meldingen en 124 slachtoffers.

In de eerste weken van het jaar 2O2O ontving Fraudehelpdesk al 112 meldingen van pogingen tot Whatsapp fraude hiervan maakte 9 personen daadwerkelijk geld over naar de oplichters. Dat is dus al best veel voor het jaar 2O2O, als je kijkt dat we ongeveer pas op 3 weken zitten.

Totaal ging het om een bedrag van meer dan 38.000 euro.

Het gemiddelde schadebedrag per slachtoffer is dan ook toegenomen. In 2O18 ging het ongeveer om 2100 euro.

Vorig jaar was dit bedrag al gestegen naar 3000 euro, voor dit jaar gaat het zelfs om 4200 euro. De oplichters doen zich niet alleen voor als bekende van de slachtoffers ze proberen ook nog eens het hele Whatsapp account van die persoon over te nemen. Hiervoor hebben ze toegang nodig tot de voicemail van het doelwit. Dit lukt best wel eenvoudig als mensen een gemakkelijke geraden pincode gebruiken voor hun telefoon, denk bijvoorbeeld aan geboortejaar. Vervolgens vragen de oplichters in naam van de betreffende Whatsapp gebruiker, een nieuwe verificatie code aan.

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Om een Whatsapp account te bevestigen verstuurd Whatsapp altijd een zes cijferige code via sms naar je telefoonnummer(Ook wel vertificatie code genoemd). Wanneer de code niet direct gebruikt wordt kan er ook voor gekozen worden om de zes cijferige code telefonisch door te laten geven. Als het doelwit dan niet opneemt kan de code in de voicemail box terecht komen en is dit voor de oplichters super eenvoudig als je een makkelijke pincode op je telefoon hebt staan. Let dus altijd goed op dat je dubbel checkt tegenwoordig als je een Tikkie binnenkrijgt of die wel echt van je vriendin of kennis is, en maak tegenwoordig ook nooit zomaar meer geld over als ze het je vragen via Whatsapp. Wees dus goed op je hoeden.


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