The staff of the Economic Security and Anti-Corruption Research Affairs of Russia in Moscow opened multi-million dollar embezzlement carried out criminal group, which included senior members of non-state pension fund "Norilsk Nickel". Attackers managed to take possession of at least 137 million rubles. people whose pension funds were illegally transferred to the pension fund, RBC reported in the press service of the State Ministry of Internal Affairs in Moscow. In the metropolitan police asked 40-year-old Muscovite, which reported that in April 2011. He got out of the Pension Fund of Russia notice that his retirement savings transferred to the pension fund, "Norilsk Nickel". At the same man had never applied to the Pension Fund with a similar request.
During the investigation, police and investigators have found that victims of scams steel and other Russians. As established in the Investigation Department of the police department by the CAO, the suspects got some firm registered on the lost passport and issued its agent to engage in fund clients.
Criminals have found a way to get access to the personal data of citizens of the installation: name, surname, first name, date of birth, passport number and SNILS (insurance number of the individual insured person's account). Using these data, the attackers falsified statements and agreements on the transfer of savings from the citizens of the Pension Fund of Russia in his fund. Since the criminal group was part of a senior fund checks provided by the contracts were not conducted. As a result, at the expense of the company, Agent shall transfer agency fees. At the moment, for the offense of criminal case under part 4 of article 159 of the Criminal Code (fraud).
Note that the means of the RPF have become the object of desire of various scams. So, in November 2009. crooks managed to steal from the PFR 1.25 billion rubles. Money in the amount of 1.25 billion rubles. were transferred to the "SpetsTehProma" KB "Kuban". In the department of economic security of the Russian Interior Ministry reported that the stolen money is going to bring criminals abroad through transactions with bank accounts.