Delhi: Cyber ​​criminals have cheated a bank employee of Rs 90,00

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New Delhi Cyber ​​thugs withdrew Rs 90,000 from the bank account of a 40-year-old bank employee in South West Delhi by downloading an app on his mobile phone with the promise of ‘one plate of food for free’.

Complainant Savita Sharma has lodged an FIR at the cyber police station. Sharma, who works as a senior representative in a bank, told the police that a relative of hers informed her on Facebook about the offer to buy and take a thali. Another free plate. The woman opened the relevant website on November 27, 2022 and called the given number to inquire about the offer.

Sharma said in his FIR filed on May 2 this year that he received a call and “the caller asked him to get an ‘offer’ from Sagar Ratan (a popular restaurant).” “The caller shared a link. And asked me to download an app to avail the offer. He also sent the user ID and password to open the app,” Sharma told PTI.

She told me that if I want to avail this offer, I have to register on this app first. “I clicked on the link and the app downloaded,” the woman said. Then I entered the user id and password. As soon as I did all this, my phone got hacked. Then I got a message that Rs 40,000 has been deducted from my account.” Sharma said that after a few seconds, he received another message that Rs 50,000 had been deducted from his account.

PC:Business Standard (Hindi)

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