More than 70 per cent of 24,260 Internet fraud reports received by the website, operated jointly by China's software security firm Qihoo 360 and the Beijing Public Security Bureau, involved victims born in the 90s and 80s, according to the website's 2017 report on telecom fraud in China, Xinhua news reported.
Even a loss of 1 yuan ($0.16) can be registered for complaint.
He said 65.6 per cent of the victims fell into fraud traps in the process of bank transfers, third party payments and QR code scanning.
He also warned that those born this century had become a target for Internet fraud, accounting for 8.4 per cent of the victims in 2017, from three per cent a year ago.
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