Cyber ​​Help Center repaid 65 thousand rupees to two victims

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Muzaffarnagar. The Cyber ​​Help Center, which was set up just two weeks ago, has again managed to get 65 thousand rupees back into their bank accounts from two people who were victims of online fraud. In addition to transferring this amount from the two victims’ bank accounts to other accounts, online shopping was also carried out.
Satpal Singh, a resident of Rasulpur village in the Meerapur area, filed a complaint with the Cyber ​​Help Center at the police station, saying that he had been called by an unknown person posing as a bank clerk. The defendant took Satpal on the bluff and took OTP from him along with bank account details and transferred 47,000 rupees from his bank account to another account via ‘Easybuzz’. In response to the victim’s complaint, Inspector Sanjeev Bhatnagar, in charge of the cyber help center, immediately informed EasyBuzz of the fraud and had the remitted 47,000 rupees refunded to the victim’s bank account.
The second case concerns the village of Yusufpur in the Bhopa area. Kumar, a local resident, filed a complaint with the Cyber ​​Help Center, stating that Flipkart’s online shopping for Rs.18,000 was made from his bank account. At the victim’s request, the aid center immediately contacted “Flipkart” and had the online purchase canceled by freezing the money in question. After that, the victim’s money was returned to her bank account. The defendant had received information about his bank account from Kumar, who pretended to be a bank clerk.
1.20 lakh blown from bank account, report filed
Muzaffarnagar. Tarun Mehta, a resident of Navipura City, Thana Bhavan, Shamli District, filed a complaint in New Mandi Kotwali, saying he is currently renting at Ajay Swaroop’s home on Jansath Road. It is alleged that on March 22nd, an unknown person called Ajay Swarup and obtained the details of the SBI credit card. Thereafter, the defendant transferred Rs 1.19 lakh 998 from Ajay Swaroop’s bank account to another account. Following the complaint of the victim, the police started the investigation by filing a complaint against strangers. conversation

Muzaffarnagar. The Cyber ​​Help Center, which was set up just two weeks ago, has again managed to get 65 thousand rupees back into their bank accounts from two people who were victims of online fraud. In addition to transferring this amount from the two victims’ bank accounts to other accounts, online shopping was also carried out.

Satpal Singh, a resident of Rasulpur village in the Meerapur area, filed a complaint with the Cyber ​​Help Center at the police station, saying that he had been called by an unknown person posing as a bank clerk. The defendant took Satpal on the bluff and took OTP from him along with bank account details and transferred 47,000 rupees from his bank account to another account via ‘Easybuzz’. In response to the victim’s complaint, Inspector Sanjeev Bhatnagar, in charge of the cyber help center, immediately informed EasyBuzz of the fraud and had the remitted 47,000 rupees refunded to the victim’s bank account.

The second case concerns the village of Yusufpur in the Bhopa area. Kumar, a local resident, filed a complaint with the Cyber ​​Help Center, stating that Flipkart’s online shopping for Rs.18,000 was made from his bank account. At the victim’s request, the aid center immediately contacted “Flipkart” and had the online purchase canceled by freezing the money in question. After that, the victim’s money was returned to her bank account. The defendant had received information about his bank account from Kumar, who pretended to be a bank clerk.

1.20 lakh blown from bank account, report filed

Muzaffarnagar. Tarun Mehta, a resident of Navipura City, Thana Bhavan, Shamli District, filed a complaint in New Mandi Kotwali, saying he is currently renting at Ajay Swaroop’s home on Jansath Road. It is alleged that on March 22nd, an unknown person called Ajay Swarup and obtained the details of the SBI credit card. Thereafter, the defendant transferred Rs 1.19 lakh 998 from Ajay Swaroop’s bank account to another account. Following the complaint of the victim, the police started the investigation by filing a complaint against strangers. conversation

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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