Abhay Singh pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy to conceal, disguise, convert, transfer and remove criminal property and was sentenced at Birmingham Crown Court last week.
The accused, Akash Kumar, Subham Priyadarshi and Kousheldra Kumar, were arrested from Hawai Adda police limits of Patna on Friday.
She said that she had complained about the matter to Jhadol police and Udaipur cyber cell immediately but as the bank account was in Bengaluru she had to lodge complaint with the cyber cell.
The Cybercrime wing of Cyberabad police also found contact details of many persons on the mobile phones confiscated from the arrested gang members.
The two accused men have been identified as Rohit Soni and Rahul Singh Rathore. Both hail from Rajasthan.
Cyber fraudsters seem to be devising new and attractive ways to siphon off money from the gullible.
The victim said since he did not receive any SMS from the bank for last three months, he remained oblivious to the theft.
On inquiry, police found that he had been harassing several other women in the same manner for money.
Xess said he trusted the fraudster after he falsely claimed the call was from the Rourkela Main Branch of State Bank of India.
Ashwini V, a homemaker residing in Rajarajeshwarinagar, filed a complaint with the Jayanagar police against Vinod alias Manjunath, a resident of JP Nagar Sixth Phase.
The accused, Smitha who was working as a nurse at Pangode military camp, had created a fake account on the matrimonial website claiming to be a prospective bride looking for a suitable alliance.