Both Punjab Police and Bank are constantly making people aware to avoid cheating. Still, thugs are making people their victims by adopting new methods. The thugs posing as a bank manager took out Rs 1.97 lakh from Kaval Kumar, a resident of Batala Road, three times. Police is busy in action, but at present nothing has been done by the police.
Kawal Kumar, a resident of Batala Road, has complained about the fraud with him to the A-Division police station. From where the matter has now reached the cyber cell and the investigation of the matter is going on.
Kawal Kumar Sareen told the police that he had received a call from the phone number 72330-99508. The woman spoke from the front. The woman introduced herself as Divya Sharma from State Bank of India and gave her post as bank manager. The woman trapped in her words got her debit card and credit card details removed. The woman also asked about the OTP that came on the phone. The woman told that this is the service OTP number. But when he gave the OTP, twice the money was withdrawn from the debit account and once from the credit card.
trapped in a woman’s voice
The police informed that most of such calls come in the voice of the woman, so that the person can trust her and obey her words. The same thing happened with Kaval. At the behest of the woman, Kaval gave the OTP for the payment of debit card and credit card. First Rs 72984 and then Rs 24892 came out from his account. Apart from this, Rs 99703 was withdrawn from the credit card.
phone could not be traced
The police investigated the matter by checking the phone number 72330-99508. The police put the phone on the trace, but they turned out to be fake. The phone came from UP. But the person in whose name this phone was, never bought this number. At present the police is engaged in the investigation. The details of bank accounts are being extracted, so that the thugs can be reached.