Saturday, January 22, 2022

ACP (Cybercrime)

Hyderabad: Online job fraudsters dupe people of Rs 27 lakh

According to the police, Buchi Ramulu of Lotkunta in Alwal got in touch with some persons who claimed to be working with Limtix Info Tech and collected Rs 27 lakh from 40 persons offered ‘Captcha Job’

Youngster arrested for online stalking in Hyderabad

The man, identified as K Anjaneyulu, a resident of Kothapet, allegedly collected the victim's number and started sending morphed nude images

Loan app fraud: Fake letters to ICICI bank, case booked

According to the police, the fraudsters sent a courier to the ICICI bank in Gurgaon containing letters bearing the name and stamp of Hyderabad City Police asking them to unfreeze 38 accounts, which were frozen on the request of the Hyderabad Cybercrime Police last year

Woman arrested in Hyderabad for online stalking

The arrested woman, Alluri Neha alias Blessy (33) of Bandlaguda in Hayathnagar, allegedly created a fake Instagram account and started sending vulgar messages to the victim and her relatives

As Covid spreads, so do frauds

Cybercrime police have been receiving several complaints of cheating in the name of oxygen equipment, beds, ambulance and medicines

Be cautious while making donations, say Hyderabad cybercrime cops

Cops advise people to crosscheck request before transferring money

WhatsApp message on hacked phone is hoax, say cops

A message was making the rounds on WhatsApp about a call from ‘912250041117’, which says answering calls from that number could result in the phone getting hacked

Hyderabad: Woman duped of Rs. 5 lakh after ‘winning’ car in lottery

Hyderabad: A woman from the city was duped of Rs 5 lakh by conmen after convincing her that she had won a lottery. The victim,...

Reporting cybercrime in Hyderabad a click away!

With financial frauds rising, Cybercrime police urge victims to email complaints to dcp-dd-hyd@tspolice.gov.in or call 040-27852412 to nab culprits

Hyderabad: Man duped of Rs 41 lakh in dating fraud, two held

The arrested, Kaushal Chaudhary (30) and Umesh Yadav (21), lured people into joining dating service syndicates run by them

Online trading scam busted, two held in Hyderabad

According to the police, Kaushik Banerjee and Renu Jadhav had collected money from several persons on pretext of investment in online trading and assured of good returns on their stakes

Love via web dangerous, warn Cybercrime officials

Many victims, mostly above 40 years, are easily getting conned on friendship or dating apps

Three members of a gang arrested for cheating in Hyderabad

The police seized seven mobile phones, bank debit cards and also a country-made pistol along with six bullets from one of the gang members

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