Online Frauds has grown familiar nowadays. There are a number of growing cheaters who use different and novel kinds of ways of deceiving to users of their firm earned money. Recently a case appeared in Lucknow, a person was defrauded of Rs 4 lakh after he called the customer protection head of a food delivery app.
One incident stated by Times Now, on Wednesday in Lucknow when a person belongs to Gomti Nagar ordered food from a food delivery app. The person whose name Aman instead of another, make up mind to complain about the customer care head of the app, after getting the low-quality food.
To call the customer protection head of the food delivery, he searched the phone number of them on the internet. A person received the call on calling and make known him as the executive of the food delivery app.
After listening to Aman’s complain, he instructed him to download the app and put detail of his economy bank account into the downloaded application.
The dupe Aman traces the direction of the customer care head. He got a one time password (OTP) throughout the course of the procedure. For the money back, Aman asked to enter the OTP by the head of the food delivery app. Its means that if you enter the OTP then you restored your money.
Moreover, he received a message containing a statement of Rs 4 lakh that had taken away from his bank account immediately when he entered the OTP. After a short time, he filed a complaint to the regional police station. SHO Amit Kumar Dubey in the publication reported that
“We are gaining the help of cyber cell to trace the miscreant”.
This incident is not the initial one as many other naive people have become the prey of fraudsters and lost their money online. Another case appeared in August of this year.
When a person from Mumbai tried to pay his electrical bill with the use of Google play and lost his Rs 96,000. When an error appeared in the app during the transaction, then he make up mind to communicate the customer care head authority.
For this purpose, he reached the internet and looked for the number to call them. The call received by one of the cheaters who presents himself as admissible customer charge head.
The cheaters posted an assemble petition to the victim. When he clicked on the assemble request a sum of Rs 96,000 subtracted from his account instantly.