Jagran Correspondent, Dehradun. Cyber Crime Unknown person blew seven and a half lakh rupees from ONGC employee’s account. Surprisingly, the employee did not share any details related to his bank account. Cantt Kotwali Police has registered a case against unknown. The police is raising the possibility that there may be complicity of bank officer or employee in this.
The complainant Vinod Kumar, a resident of Kaulagarh, told the police that he was posted in ONGC. He did not share his password or OTP with anyone. When he reached the bank in September to update the password of his ATM card, he was stunned to see that Rs 7.50 lakh had been withdrawn from the account. He did not even get the message of withdrawal of funds, while the process of withdrawing money from the account had started from August 10.
Inspector Cantt Aishwarya Pal said that a complaint was lodged on behalf of the victim in the month of September. After this a report was sought from the cyber cell. During investigation, it was found that the money was withdrawn from Orissa. The matter is being investigated.
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70 thousand cheated from the elderly in the name of KYC
In the name of updating KYC of mobile sim card, cyber thugs blew 70 thousand rupees from an old woman’s account. Vasant Vihar police station has registered a case against unknown. Sudesh Mehta resident Vasant Vihar told the police that on September 26, he was called by a person asking him to update the KYC of the SIM card. Vicious took away 70 thousand rupees while getting information related to his bank account. Inspector Vasant Vihar Devendra Chauhan said that after the investigation of the cyber cell, a case has been registered against the unknown.
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