The expert suggested that he could wait for people who bought “fake” certificates. In his opinion, such people should be ready to check medical documents and give testimony to the police. In addition, fraudsters can start calling and talking about the initiation of criminal cases and demand “compensation for their termination.”
If the database really leaked, then the information could get into the Internet only from the service where fake certificates were sold. The database contains passport data, SNILS, phone numbers and place of residence, as well as information on the date of receipt of the forged document. That is, how much information the fraudsters have on hand.
At the same time, Hovhannisyan said that the leak reconnaissance system did not record the appearance of the base on sale, and that it may well turn out to be a scam product, i.e. there was no leak, and the base is not real. But in order to find out, according to the expert, it is necessary to conduct “investigative measures with the participation of those involved in the leak.”