Gurugram girl duped of Rs 13 lakh in cyber fraud : The Tribune India | All Tech Sir

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Gurugram, January 14

A lady was allegedly cheated of greater than Rs 13 lakh on the grounds of work at home. An FIR has been registered on the cybercrime cell, Manesar police station.

Based on the criticism filed by Priyanka Singh, a local of Rajasthan and staying in Manesar space, she acquired a message on January 7. Within the message, the sender, recognized as Meera, supplied a job by means of work at home.

Priyanka stated she was added to Telegram and a number of other different teams. All of the members within the group have been tasked to subscribe and like some YouTube channel for which Rs 100 to Rs 1,200 was allegedly deposited in everybody’s account.

He additionally began investing cash by means of UPI in different schemes supplied. Initially, transactions of Rs 3,000 and Rs 1,000 have been made and he earned Rs 250 on January 9 and Rs 7,400 on January 10.

“After I deposited Rs 13.3 lakh, they insisted that I make investments extra and earn revenue. An account was additionally registered for crypto forex which confirmed greater than Rs 17 lakh however no entry for withdrawal. Due to that, I noticed I had been duped and transferred the police,” Priyanka stated.

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