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(Hürriyet Newspaper, 12 August 2011)
A con man who called office worker C.K. in Kemer, Antalya, said 'your
phone line is being monitored. Put money into the numbered account I give
you and the inquiry will be discontinued.' So C.K. put 9,000TL of the
30,000TL demanded by the con man into the account but then realized he'd
been duped and called the police.
Based on C.K.'s complaint, police surrounded the bank branch where
account holder Sedat Diyek would withdraw the money. Diyek drove
up to the bank in a luxury car, parked it and entered the bank.When he
showed the bank teller his identity card and took the money he was
During his interrogation, Diyek stated that 'I was with a college girl last
night who said that she was expecting a money order and asked if she
could use my account. I said ok. Apparently she was a charlatan.'