Did a customer care number search with Google, and cheated one and a half lacks after paying Rs 10.
Did a customer care number search with Google, cheated 1.5 lacks after paying Rs 10
In Indore, it became expensive for the boutique operator to book railway tickets by taking the number from Google. Get 10 rupees transferred online from them. After which his account was emptied. The boutique operator complained to the Kanadia police in the matter. After which FIR has been registered on two people on the basis of mobile numbers.
According to TI Jagdish Jamre, Seema operates a boutique by the name of Bhattacharya Fashion Studios. On 23rd April, he searched for the customer care number on Google on his mobile to book an IRCTC railway ticket. When I called the number, the person talking told me about getting OTP through IRCTC.
Seema said yes to this and then the caller asked Rs 10 to deposit the fee through net banking. During this, it was said to add an account through net banking. During this, after giving the account number, talked about giving a conference in some time regarding the ticket book.
After which about one and a half lakh rupees were deducted from the account of HDFD Bank in about half an hour. After this, the complaint of the matter was made to the Cyber Cell of the Crime Branch. From there, a complaint was sent to the police station, and told to register a case. In the case, a case has been registered against Sunil Prajapati and Lakhan Ahirwar resident of Guna on the basis of mobile numbers.
Fraud in the name of the job
A girl living in Banganga had also complained to the cyber police. On Thursday, on the complaint of the girl, the police have registered a case in the matter. Shivani Vyas resident of Lotus Park told that he had uploaded the online CV for the job.
Vijay Kumar Mishra resident CV Raman Beglore got a call. He told me that you have been selected for PMKABY. In which there is a post of data entry operator. For this, a salary of Rs 24 thousand per month is to be received. The next day, there was a matter of calling and talking to Priyanka Jha, Assistant Manager, RBI Indiranagar, Bangalore.
In which online payment of more than 7 thousand was submitted by taking information about Tax o GST accounts. It was said to return the said inmate in 10 minutes. But after this, the accused switched off the mobile and did not give the money. In this case, the victim is suspected of cyber fraud. After this, the police registered a case against Vijay Kumar.