Surging newsuff08 www.thepaper.cn uff09After several days of investigation, it is found that Yuantong is not the only one involved in the information leakage of express users. There is a black product chain selling express user information on the Internet, involving Shentong, EMS (postal express), Debang, Yuantong, Yunda and other express companies.
In the chain of selling express delivery information, there are not only number dealers who specialize in this line, but also insiders of express delivery companies such as merchants who do purchasing agents, express delivery network staff who deliver goods for merchants, and even express delivery companies insiders such as couriers and staff claiming to be management orders. A large number of information including the name, address and telephone number of Express customers are packaged and sold online. Each price ranges from 0.8 yuan to 10 yuan. Some of them can sell tens of thousands of pieces at a time, and even provide the information of express users in specific areas.
Zhang Ping (pseudonym) is responsible for the delivery of parcels within the jurisdiction of Shentong express at a delivery network in Yuanzhou District, Yichun City, Jiangxi Province. According to him, the number of packages delivered every day is about 300, and the delivery system can also keep one months express data.
At 10:00 p.m. on November 17, according to the price of 1.5 yuan per piece, the reporter purchased 100 pieces of express information from it on November 17. Zhang Ping sent 100 parcel waybills to reporters in the form of photos, including both the information of the addressee and the sender, and some of them directly indicate what the goods in the package are.
Self claimed to work in Shentong express, nicknamed early winter slightly cold QQ user name, according to the need to search for specific areas of express user information. On the afternoon of the 18th, the reporter purchased 90 Shentong express user information from Nantong, Hangzhou, and Suzhou, Jiangsu at a price of 3 yuan per piece.
Among them, Mr. Wu, a user of Shentong express from Suzhou, told reporters that he did send a Shentong express on November 16, but the receiver has not received it. Ms. Fang, another Shentong express user from Hangzhou, said that she had an express package from Anhui a few days ago, but she chose to reject it on the afternoon of the 18th. She also didnt know which link the information was leaked in just a few days.
Shentong responds that express user information is being sold. Source: surging news editor: Wang Xiaowu_ NF
Shentong responds to express user information being sold