Cyber ​​criminals targeted 400 people in one year

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Jhansi. Cyber ​​criminals are rapidly expanding their reach. This can be seen from the fact that 400 people in the district have become victims of cyber criminals in the last year. More than two million rupees have been defrauded by these people by introducing new tricks. Criminals blew money off someone’s account and then cheated on someone by being afraid to auction their respect on social media. There are very few lucky ones among them who get their lost money back.
The police are proving ineffective in preventing cybercrime. On average, 30-35 people are victims of cyber criminals in the district every month. You are constantly using new methods. Previously, after the bank account details were collected, the amount was blown from the account. At the same time, hundreds of people have been deceived by criminals by cloning ATM cards. Now, cases of blackmail through nude phone calls are also rapidly increasing. Cyber ​​criminals extort money from people by threatening to auction their respect on social media. Hacking Facebook ID will add funds to the account on behalf of the help. Even high-profile people fall victim to this gimmick by cyber criminals. Last month, cyber criminals hacked former MP Chandrapal Singh Yadav’s Facebook ID. One case on this matter has been recorded at the Sipri Police Station. Time and again, cases of fraud arise in the name of online shopping, end-of-life vehicle sales and other things by visiting social platforms. The number of people asking for money by hacking their Facebook ID in the name of help is also increasing rapidly. In most of these cases, the complaint is not registered. Restoration is only possible in very few cases after the FIR has been registered.
Jhansi. After Yashasvi’s father, Jagmohan Parashar, fell victim to cybercrime, he complained to the police. However, no case was recorded by the police and no action was taken to get the money back. If the police had intervened in time, Yashasvi might not have taken the suicidal step.
Jagmohan Parashar, the father of Yashasvi Parashar, who hanged himself as a victim of cybercrime, complained to the police about the incident a month ago on June 19. He told the police that some people cheated on him online to get a job for his daughter. He deposited this amount with the bank in installments under various pretexts. Sometimes the amount was deposited with the bank in the name of the laptop and sometimes in the name of GST. In total, 48,500 rupees were stolen from them by cyber criminals. He had asked the police to take action against the defendant and get the lost money back. However, no case was registered and no action was taken to recover the amount defrauded. In the case of Yashasvi, a father might not have had to lose his daughter if the police had acted on time and registered an FIR.

Jhansi. Cyber ​​criminals are rapidly expanding their reach. This can be seen from the fact that 400 people in the district have become victims of cyber criminals in the last year. More than two million rupees have been defrauded by these people by introducing new tricks. Criminals blew money off an account and then cheated on someone by being afraid to auction their respect on social media. There are very few lucky ones among them who get their lost money back.

The police are proving ineffective in preventing cybercrime. On average, 30-35 people are victims of cyber criminals in the district every month. You are constantly using new methods. Previously, after the bank account details were collected, the amount was blown from the account. At the same time, hundreds of people have been deceived by criminals by cloning ATM cards. Now, cases of blackmail through nude phone calls are also rapidly increasing. Cyber ​​criminals extort money from people by threatening to auction their respect on social media. Hacking Facebook ID will add funds to the account on behalf of the help. Even high-profile people fall victim to this gimmick by cyber criminals. Last month, cyber criminals hacked former MP Chandrapal Singh Yadav’s Facebook ID. One case on this matter has been recorded at the Sipri Police Station. Fraud cases in the name of online shopping, the sale of old vehicles and other things via social platforms are also coming to the fore again and again. The number of people asking for money by hacking their Facebook ID in the name of help is also increasing rapidly. In most of these cases, the complaint is not registered. Restoration is only possible in very few cases after the FIR has been registered.

Jhansi. After Yashasvi’s father, Jagmohan Parashar, fell victim to cybercrime, he complained to the police. However, no case was recorded by the police and no action was taken to get the money back. If the police had intervened in time, Yashasvi might not have taken the suicidal step.

Jagmohan Parashar, the father of Yashasvi Parashar, who hanged himself as a victim of cybercrime, complained to the police about the incident a month ago on June 19. He told the police that some people cheated on him online to get a job for his daughter. He deposited this amount with the bank in installments under various pretexts. Sometimes the amount was deposited with the bank in the name of the laptop and sometimes in the name of GST. In total, 48,500 rupees were stolen from them by cyber criminals. He had asked the police to take action against the defendant and get the lost money back. However, no case was registered and no action was taken to recover the amount defrauded. In the case of Yashasvi, a father might not have had to lose his daughter if the police had acted on time and registered an FIR.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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