Stalin’s nephew became a victim of swells: gave 16 million

Telephone fraudsters deceit forced the nephew of Joseph Stalin and the veteran of the Great Patriotic War Leonid Allyluweva to translate them 16 million rubles. This was announced by the TASS source in law enforcement agencies.

“On the eve of the police, Leonid Alliluyev turned to the report that from September to October last year I translated about 16 million rubles by fraudsters,” the agency’s interlocutor said.

According to information, February 8, a man, born in 1928 turned to the metropolitan State Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia. According to them, the pensioner said that at the beginning of September he called an unknown person who introduced himself as an employee of the bank. Under the pretext of protection against scammers, he convinced him to transfer money from his account.

“Material damage amounted to 1 million rubles. Police officers are a set of operational and search measures aimed at establishing all the circumstances of what happened,” said in the master.

It is noted that the fraudsters have already tried to deceive allyluweva. Last year, a fraudster tried to kidnap him 5 million rubles. The police detained her in a veteran apartment during money transfer. The court sentenced her by 3.5 years in colony.