Online Thugs Cheated 7.50 Lakhs In Name Of Distributorship Of Chocolate Company In Delhi

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With the help of Google, if you are trying to get information related to starting a business, then be careful. Lest it happen that you get trapped in the web of thugs. Something similar happened with Akshaj Singh (26), a resident of Dayalpur in Karawal Nagar. The victim took the help of Google to get the distributorship of a renowned chocolate company and became a victim of fraud. The accused cheated about Rs 7.50 lakh from the victim. Sometimes in the name of agreement form, sometimes NOC from the government and sometimes in the name of security, the amount was gradually withdrawn. On coming to know of the fraud, Akshaj complained about the matter to the cyber police station of North-East district. After this, the police have registered the case and started investigation. Police is trying to reach the accused on the basis of CDR and details of bank accounts.

According to the police, Akshaj lives with his family in Dayalpur area of ​​Karawal Nagar. For the last few days, he wanted to start some work. Someone advised him to take the distributorship of a chocolate company. For this, on October 15, he searched on Google to get the distributorship of Cadbury Chocolate. On 17th October he received a thank you email and on 18th October got a call. The caller sent a form for distributorship to Akshay. Akshaj filled the form and submitted it on the same day itself. Received form approval email on 20th October. After this he was asked to transfer Rs 49,560 to Kotak Mahindra Bank ATM.

Also, 1.75 lakh of the agreement was taken through another email. Later, 2.25 lakh was taken in the name of NOC and Rs 3 lakh in the name of security fee. The victim tried to contact the accused through email, but could not be contacted. After this, his mobile also started coming off. On realizing the fraud, Akshaj informed the police. After investigation, the police have registered the case. Police is trying to reach the accused by collecting call detail records and information about transactions in bank accounts. The police is also probing through the emails that were sent to Akshaj.

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With the help of Google, if you are trying to get information related to starting a business, then be careful. Lest it happen that you get trapped in the web of thugs. Something similar happened with Akshaj Singh (26), a resident of Dayalpur in Karawal Nagar. The victim took the help of Google to get the distributorship of a renowned chocolate company and became a victim of fraud. The accused cheated about Rs 7.50 lakh from the victim. Sometimes in the name of agreement form, sometimes NOC from the government and sometimes in the name of security, the amount was gradually withdrawn. On coming to know of the fraud, Akshaj complained about the matter to the cyber police station of North-East district. After this, the police have registered the case and started investigation. Police is trying to reach the accused on the basis of CDR and details of bank accounts.

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