At the same time, 100,000 freshmen from Shandong, Jiangsu, Anhui, Sichuan and Henan were sent with admission notices the "Guidelines for Don't Think of Deceiving Me", which introduced eight types of fraud respectively, hoping that college students can improve their awareness of prevention and identify fraud more effectively.
Since August 2018, the "mine clearance action" launched by the China Youth Daily jointly with Alipay and the network Merchants Bank has visited 54 universities. After investigation, the most common 8 kinds of campus swindle are summed up, including: Awards / grants fraud, part-time brush scams, routine loan scams, embezzlement identity fraud, job hunting training fraud, fake customer service fraud. Houses, high-interest financial fraud, and online love fraud.
In the view of Zhang Hongtao, an online teacher for Chinese college students, college students are young, lack of social experience and simple personality. It is precisely these characteristics that make college students become a piece of 'fat meat' in the eyes of liars. "Many college students may not believe that they will be deceived, but many tragedies in the past have forced us to pay special attention to this problem.。
In 2016, Xu Yuyu, a female student in Shandong Province, died of cardiac arrest after she was cheated out of 9,900 yuan tuition fee by a counterfeit scholarship.。
"In recent years, relevant state departments and universities have also attached great importance to the prevention of fraud.educationTaking the National Student Aid Management Center as an example, early warning information has been issued many times to remind college students to guard against fraud. Zhang Hongtao said, "By sending anti-fraud tips along with the admission notice, freshmen can avoid the recurrence of Xu Yuyu-style tragedy if they do a good job of tips before they are aware of the risks."
Appendix: The most common campus scams that college students encounter include the following eight types: