Asp, Face Book – Amount required to clone ASP’s Facebook ID

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Amount requested by ASP by cloning Facebook ID
Additional police superintendent warned acquaintances via social media
Samvad news agency
Siddharthnagar. Cyber ​​thugs are also demanding money by turning high-ranking police officers into shields. The most recent case relates to the additional Superintendent of Police (ASP). Cyber ​​thugs have demanded money from friends by cloning their Facebook I. However, once the matter was known, the ASP had the cloned ID shut down.
Criminals are looking for new ways to commit crimes. Cyber ​​thugs used to fraud the common people, but now they are demanding money by turning the police into a shield. A similar case became known on Sunday. Cyber ​​thugs have cloned the district’s additional superintendent Sureshchand Rawat’s Facebook ID. Through the messenger from the new ID, many people connected to his Facebook page were asked to express the need. When acquaintances informed him about this, he initially had his ID blocked. After that, Facebook itself appealed to people that cyber thugs ask for money by creating their fake IDs. In such a situation, be careful and do not give in asking for money through Paytm etc. Otherwise, you could become a victim of fraud. ASP Sureshchand Rawat said cyber thugs cloned his Facebook ID. He closed it. Beware of cyber thugs.
Avoid such criminals
Don’t accept friend requests sent by strangers on Facebook. If someone of the previous identity sends a request, verify it. Only then do you accept it. Otherwise, cyber thugs could fall into their trap. If someone asks for money from the ID card via the messenger, speak to the person concerned and inform them so that another person does not become a victim of fraud. If your own ID is cloned, close it immediately.

Dilip Kumar Dwivedi knows about surveillance and cyber.

Amount requested by ASP by cloning Facebook ID

Additional police superintendent warned acquaintances via social media

Samvad news agency

Siddharthnagar. Cyber ​​thugs are also demanding money by turning high-ranking police officers into shields. The most recent case relates to the additional Superintendent of Police (ASP). Cyber ​​thugs have demanded money from friends by cloning their Facebook I. However, once the matter was known, the ASP had the cloned ID shut down.

Criminals are looking for new ways to commit crimes. Cyber ​​thugs used to fraud the common people, but now they are demanding money by turning the police into a shield. A similar case became known on Sunday. Cyber ​​thugs have cloned the district’s additional superintendent Sureshchand Rawat’s Facebook ID. Through the messenger from the new ID, many people connected to his Facebook page were asked to express the need. When acquaintances informed him about this, he initially had his ID blocked. After that, Facebook itself appealed to people that cyber thugs ask for money by creating their fake IDs. In such a situation, be careful and do not give in asking for money through Paytm etc. Otherwise, you could become a victim of fraud. ASP Sureshchand Rawat said cyber thugs cloned his Facebook ID. He closed it. Beware of cyber thugs.

Avoid such criminals

Don’t accept friend requests sent by strangers on Facebook. If someone of the previous identity sends a request, verify it. Only then do you accept it. Otherwise, cyber thugs could fall into their trap. If someone asks for money from the ID card via the messenger, speak to the person concerned and inform them so that another person does not become a victim of fraud. If your own ID is cloned, close it immediately.


Dilip Kumar Dwivedi knows about surveillance and cyber.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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