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A car called from Chaudhary Transport to go to Agra, fraud on the pretext of paying 18 thousand fare | The car was ordered from Chaudhary Transport to go to Agra, fraud on the pretext of paying 18 thousand fare

A car called from Chaudhary Transport to go to Agra, fraud on the pretext of paying 18 thousand fare | The car was ordered from Chaudhary Transport to go to Agra, fraud on the pretext of paying 18 thousand fare

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Cyber ​​crime is increasing in Ambala, Haryana. The thugs cheated 72 thousand rupees from the transporter of Gandhi Market in Cantt by pretending to be a soldier. First of all, while talking about going to Agra, the thug got the car booked for 18 thousand rupees. Then the car was also ordered at the given address. In this, the thug asked for Google Pay and PTM number to make payment to the transporter Arjun Kumar. When Arjun gave the customer’s account number, the thug took 18-18 thousand rupees from the account and took out 72 thousand rupees in 4 turns. Arjun registered a case by giving the number to the police.

The transporter gave the account number of the customer sitting in front

In the complaint, Arjun Kumar told that he neither had Google Pay nor PTM. The customer Lakhwinder Singh had come to the shop. Therefore, there was talk of getting 18 thousand rupees by giving his account number. The thug called Lakhwinder and told him to double the money. First of all, 20 of 10, then talking about doing 100 to 200 rupees, took it as a hoax. In this, an amount of 18 thousand rupees was withdrawn in 4 turns. When I went to the bank and found out, the account number was in the name of some Dipanjan Dutta, in which the money went. The police started searching for the thug by closing the account number.

Cheated after calling the car, then switched off the phone

Arjun told that after calling the vehicle, no one was found at the address concerned. Called again after the fraud, then the phone of the thug came off. On the phone, the thug had described himself as an army soldier. Similarly, in the Saha police station, the person has told himself to cheat one lakh rupees by becoming an employee of Vodafone. Despite the increasing cases of cybercrime, the police have failed to catch these thugs.

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