‘Sex Gold Med’ turns out to be a costly affair
Man loses over Rs 2 lakh after being told by cybercrooks that his purchase of the medicine had won him a reward
Aman who had bought some medicine to boost his virility has fallen into a greater soup after conmen figured out a way to cheat him. The 31-year-old man was duped of Rs 2.17 lakh after
The caller told him that since it was a huge amount of money, he had to claim it only by paying up taxes up front.
Rasool was then taken on a roller coaster ride of payments that needed to be made in the way of taxes including GST, and the crooks made away Rs 2,17,900 in all on different instances from his
All transactions happened between March 7 and March 12 and only after Rasool lost all the Rs 2.17 lakh he realise that he was conned.
Police sources quoted Rasool as asking also how the online croorks managed to get information that he had bought this medicine online. He approached the Whitefield CEN police station and filed a complaint based on which the police have registered a case under sections of the IT Act and cheating and impersonation under the
This con sends out a bad massage
In another online fraud, a 40-year-old city-based doctor lost Rs 9,000 from his bank account while he was trying to sell a leg and foot massager on a online marketplace. The doctor had placed the product on the portal and he soon received a call from one
Mukesh sent the doctor a QR code. As soon as the doctor scanned the code, cash got debited from his bank account which he reported to Mukesh and asked him to send
the money back.
He again sent another QR code for the doctor to scan so that the money would come back, but this time too the doctor ended up losing money. Now Mukesh had introduced the doctor to a man called
He then approached the Whitefield CEN police station and filed a complaint based on which Mukesh Kumar and Amit Kumar have been booked under sections of IT Act and cheating and impersonation under the IPC sections.