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如果您接到来自声称来自美国政府或警察并索要钱财的电话,请务必小心。这些电话是假冒的,通过恐吓来诈骗!

  • 不要通过电话提交付款信息。包括信用卡号,转帐信息或其他个人财务信息!
  • 不要用礼品卡作为支付手段!
  • 请勿向对方提供个人信息:移民文件副本,UW帐户信息和密码,社交媒体信息等。
  • 不要在陌生的地址(停车场,杂货店等)与来电者见面


美国政府和执法机构从不通过电话要钱。这些类型的电话来自专业诈骗犯 - 他们使用计算机软件假冒电话号码,但他们不是真正的警察或美国政府工作人员。

以下是这类通话的常见版本:

1.打电话的人说他是美国政府或执法机构的官员。通常他们使用这些机构的名字:

  • 国税局(IRS)(特别是在税收季!)
  • 联邦调查局(FBI)
  • 移民和海关执法局(ICE)
  • 西雅图警察局(SPD)
  • 华盛顿大学警察局(UWPD)
  • 其他警察局


2.接下来,来电者说你有税务问题,法律问题,逮捕令等。他们一般知道你的姓名和一些个人信息。他们要求你立即付款。如果你不付钱,他们会威胁进监狱,驱逐出境或其他后果。他们撒谎说你不能告诉任何人。

如果接到这种电话该怎么办?

  • 无视任何财产要求:现金转账,礼品卡等。
  • 不要通过电话或社交媒体向不明身份的人提供个人信息,例如移民文件,UW电子邮件和密码,财务帐户信息,社交媒体帐户信息等。
  • 挂断。结束通话。
  • 向华盛顿警察局(UWPD)的非紧急报警号码报警:(206)685-UWPD(8973)。
  • 照顾好自己。作为受害者(例如因为被骗而损失资金)可能会让人感到恐惧和压力。可以访问UW咨询中心。如果您是受害者,他们可以帮助您应对压力和情绪。


这是一种非常常见的骗局。也请提醒你的朋友。

Criminals Stealing Money from International Students by Phone

  • Be careful if you receive a call from someone who claims to be from the US government or the police and demands money. These calls are fake, and are from criminals. They want to scare you and steal your money!
  • Do not give payment information by phone to someone calling you with threats. This includes credit card numbers, online account transfer information, or other personal financial information!
  • Do not buy gift cards to pay someone calling or emailing you with threats!
  • Do not give personal info to someone calling or emailing threats: copies of your immigration documents, UW account info and password, social media info, etc.
  • Do not agree to meet an unknown caller at a strange address (parking lot, grocery store, etc.)


The US government and law enforcement agencies never demand money by phone. These types of calls are from professional thieves -- they use computer software to make their caller ID appear real, but they are not real police officers or US government workers.

These are called "scams"-- attempts to steal money by lying.

Here is a common version of the call:

1. The caller says he is an officer with a US government or law enforcement agency. Typically they use one of these agencies' names, but there can be others!

  • Internal Revenue Service (IRS) (Especially during tax season!)
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
  • Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
  • Seattle Police Department (SPD)
  • University of Washington Police Department (UWPD)
  • Any city police department


2. Next, the caller says you have a tax problem, legal problem, arrest warrant, etc. They often know your name and some personal information.They demand that you pay them immediately. They threaten jail, deportation, or other consequences if you do not pay. They lie and say you can't tell anyone about the call.

What to do if a criminal calls?

  • Ignore any request for money: cash transfer, gift card purchases, etc.
  • Do not give personal information to an unknown person on the phone or social media, such as immigration documents, UW netID info and password, UW email and password, financial account information, social media account information, etc.
  • Hang up. End the phone call.
  • Report the call to the UW Police Department (UWPD) non-emergency number: (206) 685-UWPD (8973).
  • Take care of yourself. Being a crime victim (such as losing money to criminals) can be scary and stressful. Consider visiting the UW Counseling Center. They can help you cope with the stress and emotions you may feel if you are the victim of a crime.

This is a very common scam. Please warn your friends, too.


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