Girl booked a lakh gold online on credit card in Agra

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The woman became a bank clerk and called the young man’s cell phone. After that, after playing the prank, he found out the OTP. When the message came on the cell phone, the young man found out about the fraud.

In Agra, cyber criminals used a credit card to book gold worth one lakh rupees online by asking an OTP from a police station in Sadar. Before that, a young woman had called the young man. He described himself as an employee of the bank’s credit card branch. When asked to increase the credit limit, the OTP asked. The victim did not hesitate to seek the help of the police. This had the advantage that the cyber cell returned the money within a week with the help of the e-wallet company.

Dilip Singh, a resident of Sainik Vihar, Sadar Police Station, told police that a call from a young girl had come on his cell phone on April 20. She said I was talking to the SBI credit card department. Said his name Neha Singh. Said your credit card limit will be increased. The CPP plan is activated for this. To do this, credit card information must be provided. Then the reference number must be given on the mobile phone.

Dilip Singh agreed. He gave information. After a while, OTP came onto his cell phone. However, he was told that this is the reference number. Dilip Singh couldn’t understand. He told the OTP. After a while, an online purchase of one lakh rupee was made from his account.

Victim Dilip Singh complained to Inspector Ajay Kaushal, who is in charge of Sadar Police Station, after receiving the news. He immediately approved the cyber cell. The cyber cell investigation revealed that one lakh rupee gold was booked online after information about Dilip Singh’s credit card was received.

Stop paying from the e-wallet company

According to the cyber cell, information about buying gold by credit card was found within 30 minutes. The e-wallet company was contacted regarding this. The amount was transferred from the credit card account to the e-wallet. After that, the amount had to be transferred to the account of the gold selling company. However, the police did not let the money go beyond the e-wallet. For this reason, the amount was returned on Tuesday.

The bank does not take any information by phone call
Vijay Tomar, an expert on cyber cells in the district, said information about bank accounts, ATM cards and credit cards should not be given on cell phones. No bank gets information by calling customers. OTP should not be given to strangers over the phone. Tell a relative that someone is pretending to be sending money to an account and then understand that cyber criminals are scammers.

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In Agra, cyber criminals used a credit card to book gold worth one lakh rupees online by asking an OTP from a Sadar police station. Before that, a young woman had called the young man. He described himself as an employee of the bank’s credit card branch. Asked to increase the credit limit, asked the OTP. The victim did not hesitate to seek the help of the police. This had the advantage that the cyber cell returned the money within a week with the help of the e-wallet company.

Dilip Singh, a resident of Sainik Vihar, Thana Sadar, told police that a cell phone call had been received on his cell phone on April 20. She said I was talking to the SBI credit card department. Said his name Neha Singh. Said your credit card limit will be increased. The CPP plan is activated for this. To do this, credit card information must be provided. Then the reference number must be given on the mobile phone.

Dilip Singh agreed. He gave information. After a while, OTP came onto his cell phone. However, he was told that this is the reference number. Dilip Singh couldn’t understand. He told the OTP. After a while, a lakh rupee was bought online from his account.

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