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Cyber Crime: Missed-Call Dupes Ahmedabad Businessman Worth Rs 46.36 Lakh

| Updated: January 8, 2022 08:15

An Ahmedabad-based businessman was duped worth Rs 46.36 lakhs via a missed call on his number, followed by the deactivation of his sim cards.

Rakesh Shah, a resident of the Satellite area of the city, received a missed call from an unknown number after which his sim card lost the network and was deactivated automatically. Followed by this, Shah went to his telecom service provider company’s store in order to get his sim restored and got a postpaid number activated after he was informed that the prepaid connection would get four long hours to get activated.  

Next morning, to his surprise, Shah realised that both of his sim cards were again deactivated citing the activation process. He reached the store of his telecom services provider company where he came to know that his sims were deactivated from a store of the same telecom service provider company in Kolkata.

Followed by this, Shah went to his Bank of Baroda branch and learnt that Rs 46.36 lakh were credited from his bank account. The amount was credited to the bank accounts of Sonai Das, Rakesh Vishwakarma and Rohit Roy through an RTGS and IAPS.

Shah had then lodged a plaint with a Cyber Crime Police Station. The investigation is underway but the cyber police team has so far found that Rs 46.36 lakh was withdrawn via 11 consecutive transactions by receiving the OTPs of banking transactions.

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