Rajasthan farmer cheated online, eight lakh rupees stolen from bank account Rajasthan farmer cheated online, eight lakh rupees stolen from bank account

Rajasthan farmer cheated online, eight lakh rupees stolen from bank account

Rajasthan farmer cheated online, eight lakh rupees stolen from bank account Harsh Vardhan already had the 'YONO' app uploaded on his mobile phone, but as soon as he clicked on the link, another 'duplicate' app got downloaded on his mobile phone.  New Delhi:These days the cases of online fraud are increasing continuously. Regarding this, the police of all the states also run a special campaign to make people aware at their level. Despite this, such incidents are not decreasing. One such case has now come to the fore from Sriganganagar in Rajasthan. Here thugs have made a farmer their victim this time. The victim farmer has been identified as 26-year-old Harshvardhan. After this incident came to the fore, the police registered a case and started investigation.   Initial police investigation revealed that Harshvardhan, a resident of Delhi's Dwarka, had registered his phone number in his father's account at the State Bank of India (SBI) branch in Sriganganagar city. On the 7th of last month, at around 3.45 am, a message came on his mobile, in which it was written that your account has been blocked, please get your KYC done. A link was also given along with this message.   According to the police officer, Harshvardhan already had the 'YONO' app uploaded on his mobile phone, but as soon as he clicked on the link, another 'duplicate' app was downloaded on his mobile phone. According to the police, Harshvardhan felt that he would have to do his KYC only by visiting this new app. So he entered his user ID and password. Suddenly, he started getting messages of money being withdrawn from his father's bank account, and within seven minutes, the thugs had withdrawn more than Rs 8 lakh from his account.  Police investigation revealed that the money in Harshvardhan's father's account was loan money. Harshvardhan's father had taken a loan for farming under the Kisan Credit Card Scheme. After getting information about withdrawal of money from the account, Harshvardhan called his father living in Ganganagar city. After this, his father Soni informed the bank manager about the incident. Harsh Vardhan has also given a complaint to the District Cyber ​​Unit in Dwarka regarding this fraud.   The bank manager acted swiftly on the request of Harshvardhan's father and called up the local cyber unit. The manager also sent an email to the financial institutions to block the accounts to which the funds were transferred.  Soni said the manager told me that funds were transferred from my account to three accounts - Rs 5 lakh and Rs 1.24 lakh was sent to 'PayU', Rs 1,54,899 was transferred to 'CCAvenue' and the remaining Rs 25,000 was transferred to Axis Bank. I went to  Both PayU and CCAvenue are digital payment companies that act as a bridge between customers and business enterprises. They collect payments and transfer them to bank accounts when customers shop online.  Soni said that the bank manager informed me that PayU replied to his email and said that it has blocked the funds. She also said that if she does not receive an email from the Cyber ​​Crime Department to refund the amount within two days, she will transfer the amount to the merchant's account.   On the other hand, CCAvenue said that it also responded to the cyber authorities and provided all the information on January 7, when the company came to know about the alleged fraud.  Meanwhile, Soni's son Harshvardhan made an online complaint and went two days later on Monday to file an FIR, which was not registered. He said that then I met the Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police, who directed the station in-charge to register an FIR. Eventually, an FIR was registered on January 10, three days after the fraud took place.   Listen to the latest songs, only on JioSaavn.com  After this his father contacted the cyber unit of Ganganagar city. He wrote a letter to Payu and Rs 6,24,000 was returned to his account. However, Soni is also demanding to trace the amount diverted to Axis Bank and CCAvenue. Soni said that on my request, digital finance professional friends of my relatives traced it and found that Rs 25,000 meant for Axis Bank was withdrawn from an ATM in Kolkata.

Harsh Vardhan already had the 'YONO' app uploaded on his mobile phone, but as soon as he clicked on the link, another 'duplicate' app got downloaded on his mobile phone.

New Delhi:These days the cases of online fraud are increasing continuously. Regarding this, the police of all the states also run a special campaign to make people aware at their level. Despite this, such incidents are not decreasing. One such case has now come to the fore from Sriganganagar in Rajasthan. Here thugs have made a farmer their victim this time. The victim farmer has been identified as 26-year-old Harshvardhan. After this incident came to the fore, the police registered a case and started investigation. 

Initial police investigation revealed that Harshvardhan, a resident of Delhi's Dwarka, had registered his phone number in his father's account at the State Bank of India (SBI) branch in Sriganganagar city. On the 7th of last month, at around 3.45 am, a message came on his mobile, in which it was written that your account has been blocked, please get your KYC done. A link was also given along with this message. 

According to the police officer, Harshvardhan already had the 'YONO' app uploaded on his mobile phone, but as soon as he clicked on the link, another 'duplicate' app was downloaded on his mobile phone. According to the police, Harshvardhan felt that he would have to do his KYC only by visiting this new app. So he entered his user ID and password. Suddenly, he started getting messages of money being withdrawn from his father's bank account, and within seven minutes, the thugs had withdrawn more than Rs 8 lakh from his account.

Police investigation revealed that the money in Harshvardhan's father's account was loan money. Harshvardhan's father had taken a loan for farming under the Kisan Credit Card Scheme. After getting information about withdrawal of money from the account, Harshvardhan called his father living in Ganganagar city. After this, his father Soni informed the bank manager about the incident. Harsh Vardhan has also given a complaint to the District Cyber ​​Unit in Dwarka regarding this fraud. 

The bank manager acted swiftly on the request of Harshvardhan's father and called up the local cyber unit. The manager also sent an email to the financial institutions to block the accounts to which the funds were transferred.

Soni said the manager told me that funds were transferred from my account to three accounts - Rs 5 lakh and Rs 1.24 lakh was sent to 'PayU', Rs 1,54,899 was transferred to 'CCAvenue' and the remaining Rs 25,000 was transferred to Axis Bank. I went to

Both PayU and CCAvenue are digital payment companies that act as a bridge between customers and business enterprises. They collect payments and transfer them to bank accounts when customers shop online.

Soni said that the bank manager informed me that PayU replied to his email and said that it has blocked the funds. She also said that if she does not receive an email from the Cyber ​​Crime Department to refund the amount within two days, she will transfer the amount to the merchant's account. 

On the other hand, CCAvenue said that it also responded to the cyber authorities and provided all the information on January 7, when the company came to know about the alleged fraud.

Meanwhile, Soni's son Harshvardhan made an online complaint and went two days later on Monday to file an FIR, which was not registered. He said that then I met the Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police, who directed the station in-charge to register an FIR. Eventually, an FIR was registered on January 10, three days after the fraud took place. 

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After this his father contacted the cyber unit of Ganganagar city. He wrote a letter to Payu and Rs 6,24,000 was returned to his account. However, Soni is also demanding to trace the amount diverted to Axis Bank and CCAvenue. Soni said that on my request, digital finance professional friends of my relatives traced it and found that Rs 25,000 meant for Axis Bank was withdrawn from an ATM in Kolkata.

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