Hyderabad: Fraudsters cheated a man from Hayathnagar of Rs 1 lakh allegedly in the guise of providing personal loan and life insurance. Police said the...
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On the pretext of supplying the data, the fraudster on different instances collected Rs. 3.43 lakh through online transfer and later switched off his mobile phone.
The Department of Telecommunications has made it easy for you to check if any other person is using a mobile number on your name without your knowledge.
The Commission has initiated a campaign to prevent people in the Telugu States from falling victim to such scams.
According to Cybercrime officials, it is observed that in all investment frauds, fraudsters cash in on the greed in people, mostly youngsters and homemakers who want to make some quick money.
It asked the youth to not get misled by the false promises with regard to TSPSC jobs as there was no such scope to provide jobs other than through lawful recruitment process
The victim was duped of Rs 6.5 lakh by fraudsters when he attempted to return some products he purchased online
Police said the victim, a resident of Kukatpally, was in need of Amphotericin injections for his family members and was cheated of Rs 1.4 lakh by fraudsters in the guise of selling those injections online.
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
Cyberabad police issued an advisory cautioning citizens after a few such cases were reported
The SCR stated that some persons had handed over appointment orders for the posts of senior clerks to 12 persons.
Cybercrime police have been receiving several complaints of cheating in the name of oxygen equipment, beds, ambulance and medicines
Araudsters, Srinivas and Kotesh identifying themselves as personal assistants in Chief Minister's camp office, called their victim Guguloth Shanker over phone and swindled Rs 35 lakh cash
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