Yamunanagar: Cyber thugs have siphoned off four thousand 98 thousand rupees from the account of a plywood contractor through online fraud. The special thing is that the entrepreneur has not shared his OTP or bank details with anyone. Even after that, the money was deducted from his account. Following the victim’s complaint, the police filed a complaint against unknown persons and took action. The police are looking for the accused in the case.
According to the information, Sunit Jindal, a resident of Kalindi Colony Phase-Three, stated in the complaint filed with the cyber crime police station that he is a plywood contractor. He has a company called Raj Kumar and Sons on Khajuri Road. He left for Mumbai on October 3. There was an exhibition on plywood. He had booked a hotel for a stay in Mumbai. He had transferred RTGS amounting to Rs 22,000 from his company’s account to Yamunanagar-based Krishna Decorated through online banking. Furthermore, he has not made any payment to anyone. On November 6th, he had to make a payment to someone, but after some time he received a message that the balance in his account was low.
He went to the Punjab National Bank in Model Town to inquire about his account and lodged his complaint. On going to the bank, it was found that an unknown person had transferred a total of Rs 4 lakh 98,000 from his account on November 5 through IMPS, which is Rs 2 lakh, Rs 1.5 lakh and Rs 1 lakh 48,000. However, he had not shared his OTP or bank details with anyone. He didn’t even get a warning message. After investigating the matter, the police lodged a complaint against the unknown person and initiated action.
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