Inspector Lakshmi Narayana said the accused was identified as Mohammad Gouse working in Ibrahimpatnam tahsildar office.
The suspect, Dinesh Kumar, a native of Rajasthan, had run Sri Krishna Jewellers in Muthukarai near Maduranthakam for the last five years.
The agency had registered a case on April 22, 2016. Dillip, a native of Bikaner, was absconding since the registration of the case.
Investigation revealed that Mass Infra was registered with Registrar of Companies, Kolkata in September 2010, and had its registered office under Barasat police limits in West Bengal.
The trio, Aruna Kumari, Madhukeshava and Nandisha, have also been booked for trying to extort money.
The accused, claiming to be hailing from UK, wanted to buy herbal medicine formulas from the victim, Shahila Kumar, for Rs 5 crore.
In his complaint, Koushik, a private IT firm employee, has alleged that Kumar extorted money from him on the pretext of helping him develop six-pack abs in a short period of time.
An investigation officer said that a police team went to the bank and issued the notice, which was received by Chairman Venakata Narayana KN and Director Krishna Prasad.
A case has been booked against Meenu Agarwal, Pradeep Agarwal, Alam and Drishti Agarwal under sections 406, 420 and 506 of the IPC. Pradeep has been asked to submit an explanation within a week.