A female chartered accountant in Surat’s City Light neighbourhood lost 6.16 lakhs to a fraudster while transferring money via net banking. The woman then told customer service that she had been duped. The woman then filed a cybercrime report. Cybercrime reported the suspect and had him taken into custody in Karnataka.
Apparently, a 34-year-old woman who resides in Surat’s City Light neighbourhood is a chartered accountant. She used net banking on July 16 to transfer the funds from her bank account. However, for some reason, her money was not transferred.
She then discussed this by using the online customer service number. The defendant sent the victim a message while claiming to be the bank’s customer service representative. You must enter this information, according to the notice, for the money to be transferred. The woman had completed all of that information.
After the woman completed the form and uploaded it, 6.16 lakh rupees were taken out of her account. She quickly contacted cybercrime after suspecting the woman. Surat Cyber Crime made a report against the accused in this regard and detained Raju, also known as Lalu Styeshwar Mishra, in Mausur, Karnataka.
According to the police officials, the defendant was employed as a pest control technician close to the Mysore train station in Karnataka. 1.63 lakh rupees from several bank accounts have been frozen by the police, who have detained the offender. Whether he was joined in this crime by another person called Isam, is the subject of an investigation.
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