One lakh 81 thousand disappeared from the bank account

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Sending Rs.1,400 to a friend’s account through Google Pay became costly for a Phulwaria resident. One lakh of 81 thousand three hundred four rupees was withdrawn from his two bank accounts instead of 1400 rupees. Police at Cantt Police Station recorded a case on Friday evening.
According to the victim, Rohit Singh, send 1400 rupees to his friend via Google Pay. When asked, he announced that the money had not yet been received. To find out, Rohit looked for information on Google’s toll-free number. After some time he received a message that Rs 94361 had been withdrawn from his Hotel de Paris SBI account and Rs 86943 had been withdrawn from Clark Hotel UBI account. The Cantt Police Department has registered a case against unknown persons for fraud under the Cybercrime and IT Act.

Sending Rs.1,400 to a friend’s account through Google Pay became costly for a Phulwaria resident. One lakh of 81 thousand three hundred four rupees was withdrawn from his two bank accounts instead of 1400 rupees. Police at Cantt Police Station recorded a case on Friday evening.

According to the victim, Rohit Singh, send 1400 rupees to his friend via Google Pay. When asked, he announced that the money had not yet been received. To find out, Rohit looked for information on Google’s toll-free number. After some time he received a message that Rs 94361 had been withdrawn from his Hotel de Paris SBI account and Rs 86943 had been withdrawn from Clark Hotel UBI account. The Cantt Police Department has registered a case against unknown persons for fraud under the Cybercrime and IT Act.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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