Raipur: Two woman of capital city were duped of Rs 6.09 lakh in an online cyber crime. One of the women was generating information from Google about her account and fell victim of this duping. Some unknown person sought information about her ATM and then OTP and withdrew lakhs from her account. The woman has lodged complaint in this regard with Telibandha thana. The other case is that of Purani Basti, wherein a senior citizen female R/o Bhatagaon was duped of Rs 2.09 lakh asking her ATM No. and OTP.
The first victim was Seema Singh Kaurav R/o Telibandha called up Axis Bank phone number through Google to seek details of her account, but she could not get it. After some time an unknown person called her on her mobile phone saying that he is speaking from Axis Bank and then she wanted to know about her account details. The person said that the Bank is now starting online transactions and bank details so that they can do all work sitting at home.
Meeting held deducation will continue for 4 months and Union also agreed as reasons given was business is good under new team and it will take 90 days for recovery no DPR or Samvad funds and so not before December. For this he sent her one form seeking her ATM No. and Bank Account number and it was complied with. After this the woman sought one month account details from the person and after which she received an OTP number and after this in order to start account the person recharged the woman’s phone with Rs 49 and transaction ID was 433948496.
Bank of Baroda account
On inquiring about this he said that they are sending message for corona pandemic and added that her online banking will start just in five minutes. He also asked her as to whether she uses any other bank for transactions and it was denied by her and he said he will start it.
It was just after some time the woman got message of deduction of Rs 50000 from her Bank of Baroda account. On withdrawal of this amount the woman asked the person as to why Rs 50000 was deducted from her account than the person said that whichever Bank is connected with her mobile, the net banking also get connected for net-verification and after five minutes she received another message that money will be refunded, but she did not received it.
It was on Sept 02 the complainant checked her account and by this time total amount of Rs 4 lakh in limit of Rs 50000 got deducted from her Bank of Baroda account. Now the woman has lodged complaint with Telibandha police and is investigating into this cyber crime.
Meanwhile one 54 year old Asha Kujur R/o Bhatagaon, received a call from some unknown person on July 15 asking about her account and ATM card No. and said that he is speaking from Pension Office and sought her OTP No. She passed on the OTP number to this unknown person and she informed the Bank office also about it and she was asked to change her password from the ATM. But on Sept 01 a whooping Rs 2.09 lakh was deducted from her SBI account.