Cyber ​​thugs blown out of 73,000 accounts by scientists – Cyber ​​thugs out of 73,000 accounts by scientists

Gajraula scientists stationed in the research and development department of drug company Teva API Limited succumbed to cyber fraud. If they did not receive the courier, they called the courier company’s number and the PIN code was given as incorrect. To this end, they were asked to deposit ten rupees into an account on behalf of re-registration. After that, 73,000 rupees were withdrawn from his three bank accounts. When he knew that, his senses flew away. He reached the police station and gave Tahrir.
On Tuesday, Amardeep Singh, a scientist at Teva API Limited, announced that only the factory officials live in the colony. His package was due to arrive on April 29th from a courier company. When he checked his status, it turned out he was in the running. On May 1st, he went to Google and looked up the courier company’s cell phone number. From there I have the number 0832075136.
When he called this, he was told that the company representative would contact you after a while. He then received a call from 09382750020. They were told that their courier had been blocked due to an incorrect PIN code. He has to register again. For this they have to pay ten rupees online. You will then receive a courier on the same day.
Amardeep Singh said that he would give ten rupees to the delivery man who brought the courier, but did not accept the caller and sent a link to his number. After that, an illegible message was sent and asked to be sent to 8082807669. As soon as he paid ten rupees, the news came that his account was linked to an RBL and five thousand rupees had been withdrawn from his HDFC bank account. In doing so, he closed his bank account.
On the afternoon of May 1, he received calls from new numbers on his cell phone, but did not receive them. When in doubt, he checked his accounts at SBI and ICICI banks and was shocked. His 30 and 38 thousand rupees were also withdrawn from both accounts. Amardeep Singh said he had turned Tahrir over to the police station on the matter. The police have opened the investigation and cited the case as cyber fraud.

Gajraula scientists stationed in the research and development department of drug company Teva API Limited succumbed to cyber fraud. If they didn’t get the courier, they called the courier company’s number and the PIN code was found to be incorrect. To this end, they were asked to deposit ten rupees into an account on behalf of re-registration. After that, 73,000 rupees were withdrawn from his three bank accounts. When he knew that, his senses flew away. He reached the police station and gave Tahrir.

On Tuesday, Amardeep Singh, a scientist at Teva API Limited, announced that only the factory officials live in the colony. His package was due to arrive on April 29th from a courier company. When he checked his status, it turned out he was in the running. On May 1st, he went to Google and looked up the courier company’s cell phone number. From there I have the number 0832075136.

When he called this, he was told that the company representative would contact you after a while. He then received a call from 09382750020. They were told that their courier had been blocked due to an incorrect PIN code. He has to register again. For this they have to pay ten rupees online. You will then receive a courier on the same day.

Amardeep Singh said that he would give ten rupees to the delivery man who brought the courier, but did not accept the caller and sent a link to his number. After that, an illegible message was sent and asked to be sent to 8082807669. As soon as he paid ten rupees, the news came that his account was linked to an RBL and five thousand rupees had been withdrawn from his HDFC bank account. In doing so, he closed his bank account.

On the afternoon of May 1, he received calls from new numbers on his cell phone, but did not receive them. When in doubt, he checked his accounts at SBI and ICICI banks and was shocked. His 30 and 38 thousand rupees were also withdrawn from both accounts. Amardeep Singh said he had turned Tahrir over to the police station on the matter. The police have opened the investigation and cited the case as cyber fraud.

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