Mobile Phone Software Cuts Down Reports on Fraudulent Messages
The mobile phone software that was developed by the cyber police that helps residents to avoid fraudulent text messages have been a success as the number of searches for the software have surpassed 2 million ever since the software was introduced in August 8, plus the software was downloaded for free 150,000 times.
The mobile software contained information on more than 60,000 bank accounts and more than a hundred thousand telephone numbers that are used by swindlers. Residents using the software can be easily inform by the software once they are hit with the fraudulent messages once it identified by the database. The software is also used in intercepting these fraudulent messages and uploads them to the data base wherein the police can use them for evidence or clues in their investigations.
The software also teaches mobile users on the new tricks and tactics that are being used to cheat users of their money. Since then the number of fraud reports from residents have declined ever since the mobile software was put into use.