STATE TIMES NEWS
SRINAGAR: Cyber Police in Kashmir saved Rs 2 lakh (approx) of gullible bank customers, who were targeted by cheaters.As per details, a police official from Cyber Police said that a septuagenarian shopkeeper hailing from South Kashmir’s Tral area received a call from fraudsters posing as staff of Jammu & Kashmir Bank Headquarters. The caller told him that his ATM Card is going to be blocked and in order to renew the same, he had to give card details. The shopkeeper, who is illiterate, took help of his minor grand-daughter and did not even mind to share OTP, he received instantly.The shopkeeper smelled foul play only when he received a message that an amount of Rs 95,000 was debited from his account. He frantically contacted Cyber Police Station Kashmir and lodged a complaint. Acting swiftly, the Financial Fraud Team of Cyber Police Kashmir succeeded in saving whole amount of victim.In a similar incident, Cyber Police Station Kashmir got refunded Rs 72,938 to a Government employee of Srinagar city, who has also shared his Debit card details in same manner. The employee later realised that he has been duped, when he received a message from Bank that an amount of Rs 72,938 was debited from his account for Flipkart purchase. The victim quickly contacted Cyber Police Station Kashmir Zone, Srinagar and Cyber Police Station managed to save entire amount.
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
Withheld some a/cs within India, to continue advocating right of free expression: Twitter
New generation ICD with latest technology implanted at SSH Jammu
Arthritis drug no better than standard care for severe COVID-19, says study
People shouldn’t hesitate to get vaccinated, listen to scientists: Delhi’s 1st COVID patient
Rupee slumps 29 paise to 73.76 against US dollar in early trade
Can AI pay a month’s salary to terminated contractual pilots: HC asks national carrier
Rupee tanks 67 paise to 73.10 against US dollar in early trade
Gold falls Rs 148, silver declines Rs 886
Rupee gains 14 paise to 72.32 against US dollar in early trade
Download 10Cric Casino app, and enjoy Indias most popular casino games, directly on your mobile!
Gamble with real money online! Play Indias favourite casino games at 7Jackpots.com, Indias most trusted online casino site.
© 2020 State Times Daily Newspaper | Powered by Ideogram Technology Solutions [P] Ltd.