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Santo Domingo.- Police agents, attached to the Department of Investigation of Crimes and High Technology Crimes (DICAT), arrested a man and a woman, identified as part of a powerful criminal structure that would have defrauded more than 2,000 citizens.

According to a police report, the scammers used an alleged company to commit their misdeeds, promising their victims to clean their credit histories using a phantom firm.

They are Malvin Joel Soriano Robles and Roxanna Milagros Villeta Gómez, who were arrested in response to the order through judicial arrest warrants NO. 973-2022-EMES-05763 and NO. 530-EMES-2022-07110, issued by competent judicial authorities.

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In the investigative process it has been possible to establish that after the “digital signature” through the page www.procredito.com.do leads to a link to the WhatsApp application that “entangles” the citizens victims of the fraudulent action, where they are in a Within 30 days or less, they begin to receive compulsive charges for amounts of up to DOP$50,000.00 pesos.

It has also been established that the aforementioned company disguises the aforementioned amount of money as supposed payments of fees, which the victims have a time limit set by the company for them to be made, and if not, they end up with their accounts. banks and repossessed properties.

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The Police also reported that yesterday afternoon a search was carried out using car No. 973-2022-EMES-08249, in the company of a representative of the Public Ministry at the premises where the company PROCREDITO DOMIINICANA operates, located in Plaza Galería de Naco, on Tiradentes avenue at the corner of Fantino Falco.

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In the intervention, different electronic equipment was seized, including 11 cell phones, 2 zwiches, 17 computers (CPU), thousands of documents including embargo documents, contracts with digital signatures of their victims and invoices, among other evidence.

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