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Sasnigate Police has started investigation by registering a case
Cybercrime cases are increasing continuously in Aligarh and people are falling prey to online fraud. In the name of fixing the credit card bill in Sasnigate police station area, criminals cheated two lakh rupees from the credit card of the victim. The accused kept on talking to the victim posing as a credit card officer and making excuses. When the victim called the toll free number of the bank, he came to know that he had been cheated. After which the victim has filed a case against unknown accused in the cyber cell department of Sasni Gate police station. After which the police has started investigating the matter.
Bill came without card, then cheated
Praveen Sharma, a resident of Hathras Adda under Sasnigate police station area, told the police that he had applied for a credit card. But during the verification itself, he canceled the application. He already had a credit card, so he canceled it. But after about a month, he got a bill of Rs 560. After which he called the number of the company. That call was not received, after which a call came from another number after a while. He told himself to the credit card department and then committed the fraud.
App downloaded on mobile, then spent money
The victim told the police that the accused first downloaded two applications named Slice and Any Desk on their mobile. After this, get the victim’s credit card and debit card scanned in it. He kept asking for OTP and did the transaction from the bank account. When the victim asked about the transaction, he avoided talking by saying dummy transaction. After which he asked for OTP several times. The accused have made purchases of Rs 2 lakh with credit cards. After this, the victim again dialed the toll free number of the bank, then he came to know about the fraud. After which the victim has filed a case.
Sasnigate police station in-charge Pankaj Mishra said that a case has been registered on the complaint of the victim and the matter is being investigated. Soon the accused will be in police custody.