A friend request was sent to a young man from Jaipur in the name of a foreign woman. Talks were made to him to visit India. Then a web of fraud was spread in the name of need.
Jaipur Police has arrested youths who have committed fraud through social media. (signal picture)
If you are eager to make a foreign girl your friend on Facebook, then be a little cautious. There are such cyber thugs active on a large scale in the country who will make friends with you through Facebook and then leave by swindling. One such case is of Jaipur Rural district of Rajasthan. Where the Kaladera police station has arrested two members of a similar gang from Delhi. These people, by sending friend requests in the name of foreign women on Facebook and other social media, carry out the incident of online fraud of lakhs of rupees by taking the victims under their guise.
According to police officials, during interrogation of the arrested members, it has been found that these gangs first activate numbers in the names of other people with fake papers. After this, that number is used to create a fake account in the name of foreign women in social media. After which people communicate by sending friend requests. Then by talking about traveling the country, they tell their compulsions. In such a situation, a huge amount of money is deposited online from the victim into his other account. After this, remove your SIM and fake ID from the social media account.
Police arrested 2 accused
In this case, the Superintendent of Police said that the arrested accused Nazrul Alam is from Siwan district of Bihar. He currently lives in Tughlakabad area of Delhi. Along with this, the second accused Shivam Rathod, who hails from Shahjahanpur district of UP. Although he currently lives in Sangam Vihar area of Delhi. These people get people who cheated their accounts in the greed of money. Police have arrested both the accused with the help of cybercrime.
Cyber criminals cheated the victim
Let us inform that Manish Kumar Jat, who was a victim of cyber fraud, told that he had lodged a case with the police in March. In the complaint given to the police, it was said that a request had come from a London-based woman in her Facebook account on Facebook. During the conversation, the woman demanded Rs 45000 by talking about traveling to India. At the same time, the Additional Superintendent of Police told that the thugs deposited about one and a half lakh rupees in their accounts in the bank account by telling Manish Jat their helplessness. When the victim asked for his money, the cyber thugs closed the Facebook account. After this incident, the victim lodged a case in the police station.