Does this plot constitute a fraud? How is it determined?
Recently, when a 53-year-old man Yang and Ms. Zhang got engaged in Taizhou, Zhejiang, he offered 1,314,520 yuan as a gift, which means “love for life.” Ms. Zhang did not open the box to check, and even took 131,452 yuan from the bank in return. That night, Ms. Zhang discovered that the box was full of cash counters. The police recovered more than 130,000 yuan from Ms. Zhang, and Yang was detained on suspicion of fraud. (Jiangsu News)
No boxing, no favoritism, and add a few details in the video that other respondents did not mention (legal issues, Gao Zan’s answer is very clear): 1. Yang (male) actively mentioned “according to their customs “You cannot take part of the gift money as a return gift.” That is to say, the man deliberately uses the cash coupon to cover real money and silver when he knows it is a cash coupon. In other words, the man deliberately deceives. 2. Yang (male) took the initiative to propose the amount of gift money, and moved the woman with the meaning of a lifetime. That is to say, unlike the protagonist of the previous victimization incident, the man set the amount of gift money. As for why the bride price was set so high and what the picture was, I went to the prison to explain it slowly. 3. Ms. Zhang (female) only found out that night, and immediately called the police, and the police carried out the law through thunder. The amount of 13w, in a province like Zhejiang that got rich first, is a big or small amount, and Ms. Zhang went to the bank to withdraw it on the spot. It is speculated that Ms. Zhang’s family is relatively rich, not waiting for a gift to buy oil. Buy salt. If this family background, coupled with Ms. Zhang is a face-loving person, getting married and having such a big oolong, you might choose to suffer a dumb loss. If the police uncle hadn’t been so fast, Yang might have escaped. 4. In the next three lectures, the man is 53 years old and is an adult with a lot of life experience, so he should fully consider human nature, and the two parties should also understand the woman’s personality and family environment to the extent that they can discuss marriage. So Yang’s self-directed and self-acted performance of such a farce can only be said to have been fully considered, and it is necessary to bear relevant legal responsibilities. In other words, Yang should be actively scamming, so the police recovered the stolen money as soon as possible. However, using marriage as a child’s play and using cash-counting coupons as a betrothal scam is still eye-opening. Sure enough, how bold people are and how productive they are. All the ways to get rich overnight are written in the criminal law!