Monday, December 23, 2019, 1:09 PM
Twenty-one-year-old Chetan Chabra had no clue that his friends were sending money to a bank account assuming that it belongs to him. He got to know about it when one of his friends called him over phone and asked if he has received the money or not. A cyber fraud made a fake account of Chetan on social media platform Instagram and sent messages to his friends seeking money to address an exigency. Two of his friends fell in the trap and transferred Rs 3000 each to a bank account in Dhanbad. Now, the fake Instagram account has been deleted and cyber fraud is traceless. The Cyber Cell of Jharkhand police in Ranchi has witnessed a sudden surge in similar fraud cases in the recent past
Wednesday, July 10, 2019, 6:24 AM
A man from Visakhapatnam got in touch with a person on Facebook who pretended to be a young girl. After two years of friendship, the victim fell in love with the accused, who was actually a man. At some point of time the accused asked the victim for Rs 4 Lakh, saying her family was in deep financial trouble. Thinking this to be true, the victim transferred Rs 4 Lakh to the accused. After the victim transferred money, the conversations stopped. A few days later, the accused called the victim and said she had got married and moved to the United States with her husband. After some months she again contacted him and informed that her husband was torturing her. She also said that she wanted to return to India and get married to the victim. Believing this to be true, the victim deposited money to her bank account for the flight tickets. A few days after receiving the money, she again stopped speaking to him. Finally, he got to know that he has been duped by a man who posed as a girl.
Friday, June 28, 2019, 1:12 PM
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Tuesday, February 19, 2019, 12:51 PM
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