The Madrid City Council warns of false parking tickets positioned on the windshields of automobiles

A bulletin of royal sanction in a automotive parked in MadridEuropa Press

The fraudulent photocopies, detected in Carabanchel, present a QR code that refers back to the City Council’s cost web site The municipal authorities warns that no report bulletin from the Municipal Police, Mobility Agents or SER controllers incorporates QR codes for a attainable crime of documentary falsification and fraud

The Madrid City Council has launched a citizen alert to warn in regards to the false documentation and alleged fraud of some photocopies that faux to be site visitors tickets positioned on the windshields of some automobiles within the capital.

For now, a number of specimens have been detected within the Carabanchel district, in line with the consistory.

Located faux tickets seem on the entrance of the automobile. They present a brand of the City Council within the header, a presumed infringement key, reported reality, infringed principle, quantity of the sanction, the quantity with the discount for immediate cost, a QR code and a reference. The code refers back to the City Council penalty cost web site with out the recipient with the ability to make the cost. The again is clean.

A QR code that does not exist

The City Council warns that no grievance bulletin from the Municipal Police, Mobility Agents or controllers of the Regulated Parking Service (SER) incorporates QR codes.

In addition, extra data and different extra detailed sections seem in the actual bulletins than these proven within the false sanction.

For the protection of residents who discover this photocopy of their automobile, the City Council advises that, on no account, ought to stated QR be scanned. Any notification of a sanction imposed by brokers of the authority is shipped by licensed mail or by the highway e-mail tackle.

From the Municipal Police, proceedings will likely be initiated for a attainable crime of doc falsification and fraud. It has already been delivered to the eye of the pc companies of the Madrid City Council (IAM).