They forged income certificates to get credit for their car


Dozens of Bucharest residents forged income certificates to get credit for their car. Now came the bill, after the damaged dealer filed a complaint. The damage is huge.

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There are many things that can be falsified in this world, from money and documents to eyelashes and breasts. Each time, the goal is to gain an advantage, and this is almost always material. Yes, even in the case of breasts. Over time, I’ve written about fake permits, fake cops, and even erectile dysfunction pills sold under the Porsche logo.

However, we got rid of the false income certificates, used to buy cars on credit, in this case. We do not even know how this is possible, it is assumed that financial institutions verify the veracity of documents received from customers, and today this can be done with a few clicks in the database.

Several people are being questioned by police on Wednesday, after a car dealer complained that, in the period 2018-2019, he received credit applications based on forged income certificates. The damage amounted to 2 million lei, according to a statement from the Capital Police.

They forged income certificates to get credit for their car. How was that possible?

Police officers from the Economic Crime Investigation Service within the Sector 1 Police, under the supervision of the Prosecutor’s Office attached to the Bucharest District 1 Court, carried out four house searches on Wednesday, in a case regarding the crimes of fraud and forgery.

According to a communiqué of the Capital Police, more than 20 arrest warrants issued on behalf of the persons involved are being implemented.

“In fact, the injured legal person, in the period 2018-2019 received from several individuals credit applications for the purchase of new cars, and the evidence showed the reasonable assumption that those persons presented as a true false circumstance that they are employed in various companies and that they would achieve high incomes. The damage caused amounts to 2,000,000 lei “, says the Capital Police.

The investigations are being continued under the supervision of the Prosecutor’s Office attached to the District 1 Court.


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