Residents of Poland began to receive fake coal from scammers. This is reported by the local TV channel Polsat.
On the Web, ads for the sale of inexpensive fuel began to come across more and more often. For example, a resident of the Polish city of Zawiercie was given painted stones instead of real coal. It is specified that after the order, the goods were even delivered and unloaded, but after the rain, the woman realized that she had been deceived.
Such cases often occur. For example, a Polish pensioner also decided to purchase fuel, but after paying for the goods, the sellers simply stopped communicating.
Earlier it became known that in Europe, on the eve of winter, firewood was massively stolen from residents. Against the backdrop of rising utility bills and the rapid rise in food prices, this leads Europeans to despair.