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

Scam name centres are now using ‘deepfake’ movies to make their scams look extra practical. In a ‘deepfake’ clip circling on-line, a policeman from Chon Buri seems to be speaking, but his unusual mouth actions give away that the video isn’t actual. A netizen posted the clip on-line to warn others not to fall for the scam.
The clip shows a video name between a ‘police officer’ and a desired sufferer. However, the sufferer didn’t fall for the trick as they might inform the scammer was using deepfake technology 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 along with the scam and recorded the call and later posted the clip on TikTok to warn other members of the public not to fall for the scam.
Best behind the deepfake video stated the footage was somebody posing as him and the scammer had edited interview footage of him from years ago. He warned individuals to not fall for the rip-off and to at all times look carefully. He stated individuals could contact officers at every police station to substantiate particulars and information if they do not seem to be sure whether or not something is a rip-off or not. He added that he would prosecute the scammers who illegally used and edited footage of him.
The name centre gangs are at all times developing with new tips to lure in victims. Previously, a scammer rang a woman and told her she needed to switch him money as a outcome of her husband had rented a lodge room with another woman and had by no means paid for it.
Since Index -sponsored music ‘Ya Own’ (Don’t Transfer) was released a few weeks ago to warn the public not to fall for scams, the scammers are clearly making an attempt to up their sport using deepfake technology..

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