Inspector Anoob Kumar said victims of cyber financial frauds should immediately call 1930, the toll-free helpline run by the Ministry of Home Affairs with the transaction number.
According to police, the MP, who was in a meeting, received a text message on his mobile phone that his bank account had been blocked as he did not add his PAN number in the account.
Inquiries revealed that the number used by the imposter is in the name of Mahendra Prajapati and the same user also has alternate numbers and all numbers are in Gujarat Circle.
A case has been registered at Jubilee Hills police station on a complaint from an HMDA employee who received a message from the imposter.
Capt Waldia was cheated of Rs 28,600 by the cyber frauds on February 21 this year.
The information was disclosed in the Rajya Sabha in response to a zero-hour question raised by BJP MP Sushil Kumar Modi.
According to police, S Farook of Kuniyamuthur, who sells automobile spare parts, was friends with the woman, who introduced herself as Sunshine from the UK, and exchanged mobile numbers.
Kharvela Nagar Police have received confirmation from Reserve Bank of India that currency notes seized from the accused are fake.
In her complaint to the National cybercrime reporting portal (NCRP), S Kalaiselvi (46) of Bodipalayam road near Madukkarai, stated that she posted an advertisement in January.
The victim S Tejaswi, a resident of Hyderguda, was targeted when she applied for a job on the website shine.com.
MP woman duped of Rs 42,000 by caller from 'PMO' who offered help to bring her daughter from Ukraine
When Vaishali Wilson rang up the CM's Helpline seeking government intervention to help bring her daughter back from Ukraine, the staff who attended the call asked her to complain to Ukraine police.
The accused have been identified as Pratapaneni Rajesh Kumar, 35, of Kakinda.The police said the accused is addicted to several vices like horse racing, gambling.
The court said that the account of Golden Jubilee Hotels was rightly declared as fraud keeping in view the audit report.
HDFC bank said it will be organising 2,000 workshops over the next four months for preventing financial frauds.
Mondal reportedly floated 14 shell companies to collect money under the pretext of investments and later, bought cryptocurrency with that amount.