Delhi : 1000 cheated in the name of sending gifts from abroad

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More than 1000 people have been duped across the country in the name of sending gifts from abroad. Cyber ​​police station of South district has arrested four accused including two foreigners. The accused were carrying out the crime of cheating for about 10 years. The accused used to talk to the victim through an international WhatsApp number. A laptop charger, eight mobile phones, six keypad mobiles, SIM cards, check books and ATM cards have been recovered from them.

A woman (62) from South district had given a complaint to Cyber ​​Station SHO Arun Kumar Verma that an unknown person had sent a friendship application on Facebook. After this, the accused gave an international WhatsApp number to the old woman for chatting. After some time, the accused talked about sending expensive gifts to the woman.

The accused sent the video recording of the gift to the victim. After some time a person got a call that he was speaking to the excise department and he would have to pay duty charge for the gift that came for him. 27 lakh was deposited from the victim in the name of duty charge. Later he realized that he had been cheated.

After registering a case on the complaint of the woman, the team of SI Sanjay Singh, SI Sanjay Saini and Havildar Rambir started the investigation under the supervision of Cyber ​​Station in-charge Arun Kumar Verma. SI Sanjay Singh’s team found in the investigation that the international WhatsApp number from which the victim was chatting was closed. After this, the details of those bank accounts were searched in which the victim had deposited the money.

Details were taken from Facebook and WhatsApp. Eventually the team of SI Sanjay Singh arrested one of the accused, Sachin Rai, a resident of West Bengal. Accused Sachin Rai told that he used to sell bank accounts to Nigerians who cheated. After this, the police team arrested Jigmi Laba, a resident of West Bengal, Smith Henry and Wisdom Okafar, a resident of Nigeria, from Krishna Nagar and Burari. During investigation, the police found that the accused had opened several bank accounts. After this they used to sell these bank accounts to Nigerians.

More than 1000 people have been duped across the country in the name of sending gifts from abroad. Cyber ​​police station of South district has arrested four accused including two foreigners. The accused were carrying out the crime of cheating for about 10 years. The accused used to talk to the victim through an international WhatsApp number. A laptop charger, eight mobile phones, six keypad mobiles, SIM cards, check books and ATM cards have been recovered from them.

A woman (62) from South district had given a complaint to Cyber ​​Station SHO Arun Kumar Verma that an unknown person had sent a friendship application on Facebook. After this, the accused gave an international WhatsApp number to the old woman for chatting. After some time, the accused talked about sending expensive gifts to the woman.

The accused sent the video recording of the gift to the victim. After some time a person got a call that he was speaking to the excise department and he would have to pay duty charge for the gift that came for him. 27 lakh was deposited from the victim in the name of duty charge. Later he realized that he had been cheated.

After registering a case on the complaint of the woman, the team of SI Sanjay Singh, SI Sanjay Saini and Havildar Rambir started the investigation under the supervision of Cyber ​​Station in-charge Arun Kumar Verma. SI Sanjay Singh’s team found in the investigation that the international WhatsApp number from which the victim was chatting was closed. After this, the details of those bank accounts were searched in which the victim had deposited the money.

Details were taken from Facebook and WhatsApp. Eventually the team of SI Sanjay Singh arrested one of the accused, Sachin Rai, a resident of West Bengal. Accused Sachin Rai told that he used to sell bank accounts to Nigerians who cheated. After this, the police team arrested Jigmi Laba, a resident of West Bengal, Smith Henry and Wisdom Okafar, a resident of Nigeria, from Krishna Nagar and Burari. During investigation, the police found that the accused had opened several bank accounts. After this they used to sell these bank accounts to Nigerians.

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