Secunderabad: Cyber criminal dupe 21 lakh of a Pensioner

Apr 01 2021 10:54 AM
Secunderabad: Cyber criminal dupe 21 lakh of a Pensioner

Another Cyber duping case reported from Hyderabad. A Secunderabad pensioner from lost Rs 21 lakh to cyber fraudsters . Let us share in detail that Cyber criminal cheated him on pretext helping him in buying remunerative insurance policies.

In this Case police said that , the victim had received a phone call from a woman who introduced herself as an executive working with an insurance policies brokerage firm. On her advice, the victim bought a policy after paying Rs 53,000 and after verifying it found it to be genuine.  S Srinivasa Rao, Inspector Cybercrime said that “After a few weeks, the woman again called up the victim and lured him into buying policies with higher returns. Believing her, the man transferred around Rs 21 lakh to the fraudster over a period of three months,”.

However, here it is to be noted that the suspect did not sent across any documents and switched off her mobile phone. After realising that he was cheated, the victim approached the Hyderabad cybercrime police station and made a complaint. A case is registered and investigation going on.

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