Delhi News: Fraud of Crores of 1700 People in the Name of Getting Loans – Fake Call Center Exposed, Fraud of Crores of 1700 People in the Name of Getting Loans

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Fake call center exposed, cheated 1700 people with crores in the name of getting a loan

12, including 6 girls, were arrested for making loans in the name of a government scheme

Amar Ujala Office

New Delhi. Delhi police have busted a fake call center in Uttam Nagar. Crores were cheated by about 1700 people across the country in the name of getting loans under the government scheme by calling from the center. 12 people have been arrested in the case, including 6 girls. 21 mobile phones, 29 registers, two notepads and a laptop were seized from the suspect. Faisal (32) and Paras led the gang together. The police arrest Faisal while Paras goes into hiding. The other arrested suspects have been identified as Aamir (26), Rohit Verma (27), Vishal (23), Mohit Kumar (32), Santosh (22), Nidhi (22), Megha (22), Anshu (22), Sweta (22), (26), Usha (30) and Archana (34). The police are investigating the case by questioning the suspect.

M Harshvardhan, Deputy Police Commissioner of Dwarka district, said that a fake call center was being run in a building on Bal Udyan Road, Uttam Nagar area. During the investigation, it was revealed that the call center was run by Faisal and his partner Paras, a resident of Sanjay Nagar, Ghaziabad. After the information, the police team reached an investigation. During the investigation, suspect Faisal tried to mislead the police. He also kept medicines on the call center counter. Faisal started talking about selling drugs online and booking advertisements repeatedly. The suspect broke down after rigorous interrogation. He accepted the issue of cheating in the name of getting a loan. He and Paas have been running the call center since February. Paras had rented the call center space.

Used to cheat in this way

The accused used to talk about making loans to people across the country under the government’s low-interest scheme. In the name of loan processing fees and other fees, they extorted money from the victims ranging from Rs 1200 to Rs 50 thousand. They blocked the victim’s number as soon as they took the money. Used to get money into accounts opened at fake addresses. In addition, extracted SIM cards are purchased based on false documents. Later, by sending bulk messages together, there was talk of getting loans under the government scheme. A number is also sent with the message. Once people contacted that number. The defendant always talked about getting loans under the government scheme at low interest rates.

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