Tuesday, November 30, 2021


Be cautious while making donations, say Hyderabad cybercrime cops

Cops advise people to crosscheck request before transferring money

Hyderabad: Job aspirants cheated

"The fraudsters promising them with suitable jobs collected nearly Rs 2 lakh from them on the pretext of registration and processing fee and other expenses," the Police said.

Fraudster dupes man of Rs 3.3 lakh in Hyderabad

A youngster from Jubilee Hills was duped by fraudsters who impersonated his professor swindling Rs 3.3 lakh from him

Sonu Sood thanks Telangana cops for nabbing fraudsters misusing his name

On Saturday, the Cyberabad police had arrested Ashish Kumar Singh (23) of Muzaffarpur in Bihar for allegedly cheating a person by pretending to be the advisor of ‘Sonu Sood Corporation’.

Beware of fraudsters, SCR cautions job aspirants

The aspirants of railway jobs were also cautioned against approaching anyone who might lure with false promises in exchange for money.

Fraudsters dupe man of Rs 1.1 lakh in Hyderabad

Hyderabad: Cyber fraudsters allegedly duped a man of Rs 1.1 lakh from his credit card, which was yet to be delivered to him by...

Keep cyber fraudsters at bay

Cybercriminals are more advanced than companies and are developing new, ingenious methods to hack into systems

Hyderabad: Businessman duped of Rs 20 lakh

Fraudsters approached the victim, and offered financial assistance of Rs 90 cr from corporate entities and took Rs 20 lakh for loan process from the victim

Chinese hackers targeted shoppers during Flipkart festive sales

The biggest festive sale hacking emerged via 'Spin The Lucky Wheel Scam' that emerged within days of Flipkart announcing its 'Big Billion Day Sale' in the month of October, said the investigation conducted

Two held for cheating job aspirants in Hyderabad

The arrested persons were Mohd Haseeb Ahmed alias Haseeb (36), a travel agent and broker from Red Hills and Mohd Ahmed Suleman (34), Manager at AA Bin Mahfooz Tours and Travels and a resident of Bazaarghat.

Hyderabad: Woman duped of Rs 1 lakh by fake customer helpline

The person posed as customer service executive asked the victim to enter the UPI ID and later the pin. She did it thrice and minutes later found that Rs 99,967 was deducted from her account

Love via web dangerous, warn Cybercrime officials

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

Defend yourself from social engineering attacks

Fraudsters go after human weaknesses like fear, greed, trust, carelessness and haste to extract information

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