Rabat - A Moroccan is accused of hacking a bank affiliated to a Moroccan bank.
Rabat – A Moroccan is accused of hacking a bank affiliated to a Moroccan bank.
The Moroccan resident in the Netherlands along with five other individuals living in Casablanca have allegedly defrauded 100,000 Euros, the equivalent of approximately MAD 1 million.
The scammer shared the money with his mother, two brothers, and three students by transferring money to them in Morocco.
The hacked bank immediately alerted its headquarters in Morocco, which then filed a complaint against them to the police Moroccan authorities arrested the three students and two brothers who had received the funds.
One student had to pay a MAD 270.000 fine in exchange of his release, while the others remain detained. Meanwhile, the Moroccan resident in the Netherlands is still on the run. An arrest warrant has been issued against him.