Miguel Ángel Samamé, who gained great popularity for imitating Gustavo Cerati in Yo soy, denounced the theft of more than 60,000 soles from his bank accounts. The singer said that he was the victim of cybercriminals after the theft of his cell phone.
The singer explained that the criminals
They made several operations of S / 10,000, S / 15,000 and even S / 20,000 after taking away his mobile phone while he was going to pick up his father from the Rebagliati hospital.
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“Between noon and one in the afternoon, when I was going to pick up my father who was in a medical emergency, (everything happened). Since I couldn’t park on the perimeter, I looked for a space on the outskirts and decided to park waiting for my mother to call me informing my father’s departure time, ”he explained to Latina’s cameras.
I decide to get out of the car to consume something in a warehouse and a motorized vehicle with a box of Rappi passes by and snatches my cell phone”He added.
However, the impersonator mentioned that at that time he prioritized the matter of his father and left the cancellation of his cell phone chip for later.
“Since my father was in very poor health, he cannot take care of himself, I give priority to him. I’m going to pick it up and take it home. And from there I go out to see the cell phone issue. In the course of an hour and a half, I go to one of Claro’s centrals, which is in San Isidro, in Las Begonias. I cancel the chip, buy a new cell phone and go to work, ”he said.
How did Miguel Ángel Samamé discover that his accounts were emptied?
After finishing his working day, Miguel Ángel Samamé decided to restore all his applications on his new cell phone and it was at that moment that he was surprised that money had been stolen from his bank accounts.
“I insert the BCP application and the card code and I am surprised that more than S / 60,000 had been stolen from me”, he pointed. He added that the criminals made several transactions of S / 10,000, S / 15,000 and even S / 20,000. Miguel Ángel Samamé assured that this money was a saving for any family eventuality
The Yo soy impersonator mentioned that the money that was stolen from him was part of his savings for any emergency that might arise.
“Actually, it is money that in this situation you no longer know what it is for, because no one knows when you can fall ill. Right now, let’s say, that there is no certainty of what could happen to us.
That money is basically thinking about a contingency, either for my parents or for me, for a health issue, “he said.