Fake QRIS Fraud Appears, This Is Advice for Congregation and Mosque Administrators

Mosque administrators display fake QRIS stickers in the name of mosque restoration at the Nurul Iman Mosque, Blok M Square, Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta, Monday (10/4/2023). According to the mosque management, around 20 fake QRIS stickers have been installed at the Nurul Iman Mosque Blok M Square, which have been affixed to the boxes and walls of the mosque since Thursday (6/4/2023).

Armfalcon.com, JAKARTA — The public was shocked by the act of someone installing fake QRIS for donations at several mosques in Jakarta. Apart from the Nurul Iman Mosque in Blok M Square, the perpetrator also installed fake QRIS at the Nurullah Mosque, Kalibata, South Jakarta.

“I think responding to this case, from both sides, both from the management of the mosque and the congregation from a mosque, it is necessary to do things that can then be minimized so that this case does not recur,” said Indonesia economist Center of Reform on Economics (CORE) Yusuf. Rendy Manilet to RepublikaMonday (10/4/2023).

Yusuf said, the most important thing that mosque administrators have to do is to ensure that the supervision of each charity box scattered at points in a mosque is clearly monitored. This was done to reduce the space for someone who wants to carry out activities or activities that violate the mosque’s charity box.

Not only that, supervision also needs to be carried out not only through CCTV, but also placing people or mosque administrators in charity boxes available in a mosque. This is to ensure that there will be no more individuals or residents who can change the QRIS code. Alternatively, continued Yusuf, charity boxes that use codes can be placed in places that are clearly monitored.

“Meanwhile, for the congregation themselves, I think knowledge of this code is important. It means we know that when we do it scans the code contains information indicating the recipient of the code. When the information that appears is not in accordance with the designation of the code, the community or congregation can cancel transferring via that code,” said Yusuf.

It is known, the perpetrator’s mode was to replace the QRIS donated at the mosque with private property. So, when the congregation scans the QRIS at the mosque, the infaq money does not go into the mosque’s treasury, but goes into the perpetrator’s pocket.

A new method of fraud in the form of digital infaq using a QRIS installed on a charity box by a man received a disgraceful response from the Nurul Iman Mosque, Blok M Square. According to him, the perpetrators carried out their actions in several mosques in Jakarta.

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source: ekonomi.republika.co.id

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