Cybercrime: Cybercriminals have cheated a Delhi family of four lakh rupees

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New Delhi Cybercriminals have cheated a close relative of a North Delhi-based family of Rs 4 lakh on the pretext of getting them released from an Australian jail.

In this regard, a person named Gursimran Singh (29) has recently filed an FIR with the District Cyber ​​Cell, in which he has alleged that his mother received a call on WhatsApp from an international phone number and the callers He called himself Naunihal Singh.

Gursimran said in the FIR, “Naunihal is like my brother and he has gone to Australia to study. He told my mother that his friends had a fight with someone, after which that person died and the police have registered a criminal case in this regard.

According to Gursimran, “Nounihal said that all his friends are in jail and he is the only one who is out now. He told my mother that a lawyer would call her to explain the matter in detail.” FIR. According to some time, the lawyer called and said that Nounihal has also been sent to jail and has been released on bail. should be immediately deposited with the police.

According to Gursimran, “The lawyer said that if the amount is not deposited, they (Nounihal and his friends) will have to spend 15 to 20 years in jail. After that he sent the account number of State Bank of India (SBI) branch in Ranchi, which was in the name of Vikram Kumar Munda, deposited it but after that he called again and said That the Australian police is asking for another 2.3 lakh rupees. Gursimran said that he had also deposited this amount in the account.

Gursimran said, “After depositing the amount, I felt some disturbance and asked my other relatives about the child’s health. I learned that there is no criminal case against him and his friends in Australia. It was then that I realized I had become a victim of cyber fraud.

Deputy Commissioner of Police (North) Sagar Singh Kalsi told PTI that the cyber team of the district is investigating these cases. People are being asked not to trust any phone calls from an anonymous number.

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