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The girl was cheated when she thought of marrying a foreign youth
A young woman’s dream of getting married with a foreign youth was shattered after she lost more than one lakh rupees. The young man took Rs 1.17 lakh from the girl on a bluff. On realizing the fraud, the victim lodged a case at Mansarovar police station. In the complaint, the victim told that she has maintained a profile on Shaadi.com.
Money deposited in the account on the pretext of meeting
On the website, he got in touch with a person resident of California (USA). He called himself a doctor in the army. After this, on the pretext of not getting leave, got money deposited in the account of another person. When he again asked for three lakh rupees, the girl realized that she was cheated.
Police said that a 31-year-old girl resident of Kota House Quarter, Mayo College, Ajmer Hall, Patrakar Colony, Mansarovar, has filed a case. In the complaint, he said that he has maintained a profile on Shaadi.com. On this he met Dr. Nirav Akal. He described himself as an orthopedic surgeon in the United Nations Organization. Working on contract with WHO at Military Base Camp, Baghdad (Iraq).
When the matter reached the marriage, the young man expressed his desire to meet the girl’s family. The young man asked the girl to apply for leave in the military base camp and provided the general’s mail id to the girl. When mailed, asked to pay replacement fee in reply. On this, the girl who was deceived put Rs 1.17 lakh in the account mentioned. The girl is feeling cheated now.
Here, another case of fraud of Rs 1.26 lakh regarding credit card update
Jaipur | In Karni Vihar area, a case of online fraud of Rs 1.26 lakh by cyber thugs on the pretext of getting a person to update his credit card on the phone has come to light. Ankit Vinayak, a resident of Vikas Nagar Hirapura, lodged a report on Sunday at the Karni Vihar police station that on January 7, a call was received on his mobile, who posed as a representative of SBI Bank and obtained account information on the pretext of reviewing his credit card. By transacting twice, online fraud of Rs 1.26 lakh was made.