The police recovered 15 lakhs from 23 people who had been betrayed

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Gondola. Police have uncovered 23 cases of online fraud victims. The police department’s cyber cell got back Rs 14 lakh 70 thousand 285 people. Cyber ​​thugs had transferred money from all bank accounts. After a long practice, the police have returned the largest amount to date.
On Friday, the SP announced that the cyber thugs, on behalf of updating the KYC by Dr. AP Singh had withdrawn Rs.349.995 from the account by asking for bank details and installing the Any Desk app. which was returned.
Rs 3.01.700 was transferred from Manoj Kumar Gupta on the pretext of a deal. which was returned. Similarly, Rajesh Kumar, who lives in Tarabganj, searched the customer care number available on Google after the transaction failed and 1.17.430 was withdrawn from his account.
On the other hand, Atul Kumar Dubey was refunded the amount of 98,000 withdrawn from the account when he received the collection request as part of the fraud call. Prem Chandra was the victim of an 80,000 rupee scam when he accepted the link to buy a bike from Olex. which was returned.
In the greed for lottery winnings by Raghavendra Kumar, money was paid to the UPI scammer. Trade for which an amount of Rs 80,000 has been refunded. Technically illegal deductions of Rs 77,900 have been made in Manoj Kumar’s Google Pay and Merchant Gateway.
For the refund of fraudulent calls made by Nitesh Mishra, a fraudulent amount of Rs 55,000 was withdrawn from the account through UPI. The defrauded amount of Rs 40,000 was repaid through a request for payment by UPI from Ajit Kumar Sahu, who posed as an army man.
Similarly, the amount of Rs 28,280 defrauded by credit card details and AROTP by pretending to be a bank clerk was refunded during a fraudulent call on Ram Manohar Shukla’s phone.
Nand Kishore Bharti searched Google Pay’s customer care number on Google and shared the OTP and banking details, the amount of Rs 25,000 that was defrauded from the account was returned. Due to the disclosure of bank details and OTP by Sanjeev Kumar Nayak on behalf of receiving the bonus, the amount of Rs 24,240 of the fraud was refunded.
The fraudulent amount of Rs 18,999 was returned to Sharad Kulshrestha by installing the Any Desk app on a fraudulent call. Surendra Kumar Singh searched the Google Pay customer care number and shared the OTP and banking details, the amount of 17,950 rupees was refunded from the fraudulent account.

Gondola. Police have uncovered 23 cases of online fraud victims. The police department’s cyber cell got back Rs 14 lakh 70 thousand 285 people. Cyber ​​thugs had transferred money from all bank accounts. After a long practice, the police have returned the largest amount to date.

On Friday, the SP announced that the cyber thugs, on behalf of updating the KYC by Dr. AP Singh had withdrawn Rs.349.995 from the account by asking for bank details and installing the Any Desk app. which was returned.

Rs 3.01.700 was transferred from Manoj Kumar Gupta on the pretext of a deal. which was returned. Similarly, Rajesh Kumar, who lives in Tarabganj, searched the customer care number available on Google after the transaction failed and 1.17.430 was withdrawn from his account.

On the other hand, Atul Kumar Dubey was refunded the amount of 98,000 withdrawn from the account when he received the collection request as part of the fraud call. Prem Chandra was the victim of an 80,000 rupee scam when he accepted the link to buy a bike from Olex. which was returned.

In the greed for lottery winnings by Raghavendra Kumar, money was paid to the UPI scammer. Trade for which an amount of Rs 80,000 has been refunded. Technically illegal deductions of Rs 77,900 have been made in Manoj Kumar’s Google Pay and Merchant Gateway.

For the refund of fraudulent calls made by Nitesh Mishra, a fraudulent amount of Rs 55,000 has been refunded from the account through UPI. The defrauded amount of Rs 40,000 was returned through a request for payment by UPI from Ajit Kumar Sahu, who posed as an army man.

Similarly, the amount of Rs 28,280 defrauded by credit card details and AROTP by pretending to be a bank clerk was refunded during a fraudulent call on Ram Manohar Shukla’s phone.

After Nand Kishore Bharti shared the OTP and banking details by searching Google Pay’s customer care number on Google, the fraudulent Rs 25,000 amount was withdrawn from the account. Due to the disclosure of bank details and OTP by Sanjeev Kumar Nayak on behalf of receiving the bonus, the amount of Rs 24,240 of the fraud was refunded.

The fraudulent amount of Rs 18,999 was returned to Sharad Kulshrestha by installing the Any Desk app on a fraudulent call. Surendra Kumar Singh searched the Google Pay customer care number and shared the OTP and banking details, the amount of 17,950 rupees was refunded from the fraudulent account.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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