60,000 rupees withdrawn from account by pretending to be a bank clerk

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Carefully. Pretending to be an employee of the bank, he transferred 60,000 rupees from the account. When the money didn’t come back in the account there was a sense of fraud. Now a complaint has been made to the police to act. In fact, Farhan Abbas, a resident of Sirsi’s Mohalla Saadak Sarai at Hazratnagar Garhi Police Station, works in a private hospital in Sambhal. Farhan Abbas said that my account is with HDFC Bank. On July 22nd, I got a call on my phone and the caller identified himself as an employee of the bank. Twenty-five-twenty-five in two times via PhonePe while sending ten thousand rupees at once. When the money was not returned, the fraud was reported. Whose Tahrir was handed over to the police and called for action.

Carefully. Pretending to be an employee of the bank, he transferred 60,000 rupees from the account. When the money didn’t come back in the account there was a sense of fraud. Now a complaint has been made to the police to act. In fact, Farhan Abbas, a resident of Sirsi’s Mohalla Saadak Sarai at Hazratnagar Garhi Police Station, works in a private hospital in Sambhal. Farhan Abbas said that my account is with HDFC Bank. On July 22nd, I got a call on my phone and the caller identified himself as an employee of the bank. Twenty-five-twenty-five in two times via PhonePe while sending ten thousand rupees at once. When the money was not returned, the fraud was reported. Whose Tahrir was handed over to the police and called for action.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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