Gurugram Man Orders Liquor For Residence Supply, Cheats Of Rs 2 Lakh | All Tech Sir


Police are monitoring the cell quantity used within the fraud. (Illustration)

Gurugram:

A person was allegedly duped of round Rs 2 lakh whereas ordering liquor to be delivered to his house, police stated on Saturday.

In line with the grievance, Chandrakant Takkar, a resident of Emerald Ground Premier in sector 65 dialed the variety of Jagadish’s liquor retailer which he discovered on the web.

“The person of that telephone quantity launched himself as if he was speaking from the liquor retailer and in a pretentious method requested me to ship him Rs 50 for the recharge. Later he took the main points of my bank card and defrauded me of Rs 1,91,362. He won’t be contacted once more,” he stated.

“After a protracted wait he neither delivered alcohol nor returned my cash, following which I moved to the police,” added Takkar.

An FIR has been registered towards unknown fraudsters below sections 419 (dishonest by impersonation) and 420 (dishonest) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) at a cyber crime police station.

“Now we have put the cell quantity used within the fraud on surveillance and are investigating. The accused might be nabbed quickly,” stated ASI Manjeet Dalal, the investigating officer.

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