Cyber ​​​​Loot: Intimidated and threatened with arrest, then prepared a team of this kind of thugs; Fraud of 4.47 Crores from a female doctor of Delhi by posing as an officer of Maharashtra Narcotics Dep

Fraud of 4.47 crores from a female doctor of Delhi by pretending to be an officer of Maharashtra Narcotics Dep

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A case of cheating Rs 4.47 crore of a Delhi female doctor by posing as an officer of Maharashtra’s Narcotics Department has come to light. Posing as agents of Maharashtra’s Narcotics Department, the fraudsters threatened to take action, claiming to have money from the drug trade. After receiving the complaint, the special cell of the Delhi Police has registered a case. Five police teams are working on the identification of the suspect.

The fraudsters talked about confiscating the package

Dr Poonam Rajput, a 65-year-old medical doctor, said in her complaint that she received a call at 10:39 am on May 5. The caller introduced himself as a FedEx Company employee. He told you that your package has been seized. The package contained his passport, bank documents, two pairs of shoes, 140 grams of MDMA drugs. He claimed that the package was booked from Mumbai to Taiwan on April 21 by credit card for Rs 25,000. The doctor said he booked it. At this, the caller asked him to file a complaint with Andheri police station.

Woman threatened with arrest

He transferred the call to an inspector, Smita Patil. The inspector asked them to submit a complaint online. Also asked to download Skype app. Inspector Patil then connected with the victim via Skype ID. The call came from a Skype profile named Mumbai Andheri East Cybercrime. Asked the female doctor to make her statement. Also, the victim was told that 23 bank accounts have been opened in Mumbai on her Aadhaar card. It is suspected of money laundering. The female inspector threatened to arrest them.

The incident was conducted from Mumbai

After that, the fraudsters asked for information and a screenshot of the money in the bank account. The frightened female doctor continued to give all the information. They asked to break the fixed deposit. The doctor broke the fixed deposit of 1.15 crores. After this, a person talks to the doctor by calling himself the Deputy Commissioner of Police. The physician was asked to complete the RTGS form. After that, the person who told the Reserve Bank official also connected with the female doctor on the new Skype ID. He said that the money deposited in his account is a crime and should be transferred to the RBI account. The amount will be refunded after verification. A complaint was also sent to the doctor on the Mumbai Police letterhead for this. He also had a letter from RBI with him. To which the money should be transferred to which account. Then the doctor sent Rs 4.47 crore. After receiving the money, the fraudsters asked to wait for the verification report. After a long wait, the victim filed a report with the police.

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