The Konanakunte police arrested six Chinese citizens - five from Bengaluru and one from Himachal Pradesh - who have allegedly cheated thousands of people.
Anil Kumar, who lives in Ferozguda, invested Rs 9.67 lakh in the first transaction and was lured into sending another Rs 3.3 lakh by the caller, who is suspected to be a woman.
He was clueless about how the fraudsters accessed a transaction made on a food delivery app.
According to the Delhi Police, a raid was conducted in Jamtara from where these 14 accused have been arrested.
The law-enforcement agencies are yet to identify the persons who created such fake websites and circulated the link via social media platforms.
After a brief lull, online fraud cases are on the rise in the city.
Were told their money would be doubled if they paid Rs 55,000 twice
The truth is often bizarre. Here is the proof. A Muvattupuzha native’s attempt to retrieve the money he lost to online fraud ended up costing him Rs 32.5 lakh in total!
A private firm which supplies material to DRDL was duped by Nigerian fraudsters.
I first invested Rs 5K and got Rs 2K in a week. Later, I invested rest of my salary and it’s been 3 months I haven’t received a penny, says a victim
Basically, a vaccination report is health data.
Fraudsters make direct video calls to different kinds of people and later manipulate the videos to threaten and extract money from them. Police say cases have gone up during lockdown
It is evident from the link that it is not officially sent by the company. The link 'http://freegifts.758-985.cn' does not contain the company's name or its domain.
The CP who identified the fake Facebook account created under his name through cyber crime police.
Two months ago, a businessman in Kochi lost a big sum of Rs 2 lakh.