Cyber ​​thugs defrauded 38,000 in the name of a relationship with a son

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Cyber ​​thugs deceived Neeraj Srivastava, a Georgetown resident, from 38,000 on behalf of a relationship with his son. The thugs fixed the relationship first and then suddenly got the money transferred to the account because they were in trouble. Later, when the number was turned off, he found out that he had been betrayed. After that he filed a complaint based on the number by filing a complaint with the police.Neeraj, a Georgetown resident, had given marriage assistance to the daughter’s marriage. According to police, one day a man called him by giving his name as Satish Srivastava and proposing that his son marry. Then there was an exchange of photo biodata with WhatsApp and the matter was almost settled between the two parties. One day Satish called and said he was going to Uttarakhand to visit his family. After five days he called and said he had been robbed and his granddaughter was let in.

There is an urgent need of 60 thousand rupees. The victim said that when he was in need, he had transferred 38 thousand rupees by telephone. After that, all cell phone numbers were switched off. On suspicion he went to the bank and learned that the said amount had been transferred to Sitaram Sharma’s account. This account was opened in the Bandikui branch of Canara Bank in the Dausa district of Rajasthan. Georgetown police said a case has been recorded based on Tahrir and an investigation is ongoing.

85,000 blown from the account
Cyber ​​thugs blew 85,000 rupees from Georgetown-based Vanshraji Devi’s account. Bhuktbhogi, a resident of CY Chintamani Road, has told police that his account is in the Union Bank branch in Alopibagh. 85 thousand rupees were debited from the account without his knowledge. The police have started the investigation by registering a case in unknown.

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Cyber ​​thugs deceived Neeraj Srivastava, a Georgetown resident, from 38,000 on behalf of a relationship with his son. The thugs fixed the relationship first and then suddenly got the money transferred to the account because they were in trouble. Later, when the number was turned off, he found out that he had been betrayed. After that he filed a complaint based on the number by filing a complaint with the police.

Neeraj, a Georgetown resident, had given marriage assistance to the daughter’s marriage. According to police, one day a man called him by giving his name as Satish Srivastava and proposing that his son marry. Then there was an exchange of photo biodata with WhatsApp and the matter was almost settled between the two parties. One day Satish called and said he was going to Uttarakhand to visit his family. After five days he called and said he had been robbed and his granddaughter was let in.

There is an urgent need of 60 thousand rupees. The victim said that when he was in need, he had transferred 38 thousand rupees by telephone. After that, all cell phone numbers were switched off. On suspicion he went to the bank and learned that the said amount had been transferred to Sitaram Sharma’s account. This account was opened in the Bandikui branch of Canara Bank in the Dausa district of Rajasthan. Georgetown police said a case has been recorded based on Tahrir and an investigation is ongoing.

85,000 blown from the account

Cyber ​​thugs blew 85,000 rupees from Georgetown-based Vanshraji Devi’s account. Bhuktbhogi, a resident of CY Chintamani Road, has told police that his account is in the Union Bank branch in Alopibagh. 85 thousand rupees were debited from the account without his knowledge. The police have started the investigation by registering a case in unknown.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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