2 Raj men held for duping Doon woman

  • | Friday | 22nd September, 2023

Dehradun: Two men -- Anees Khan and Qadir Khan -- from Rajasthans Sikar were arrested by Uttarakhand cyber cell for allegedly duping a Dehradun woman of Rs 18 lakh on pretext of promising "to earn money by liking Youtube videos and subscribing to Youtube channels", police said on Thursday.DSP (state cyber cell), Ankush Mishra, said that the two were traced on the basis of bank account details to which the complainant woman had transferred the amount. He said, Based on the address and phone number mentioned in the bank account, a police team went to Rajasthan and nabbed them. TNNWe also published the following articles recentlyBank manager duped of 10L on YOUTUBE like-&-earn lureA senior bank manager in Panchkula lost Rs 10.24 lakh to online fraudsters who tricked him into investing money through YouTube. He received a message offering daily earnings for subscribing to channels and liking videos. After being added to a Telegram group, he was asked to invest Rs 9,000 for a return of Rs 10,500 per day. He transferred the money in 16 transactions before realizing he had been scammed. A case has been registered with the police. Similar cases have been reported in other cities as well.Woman duped of 8 lakh, 2 arrestedTwo men in Lucknow duped a woman of Rs 8 lakh by promising her a government job. They even helped her secure a loan from a bank. After transferring the money to the womans account, the men switched off their phones and did not fulfill their promise. The accused were later arrested. In other news, author Preeti Shenoy talks about her experience as a parent and writer, emphasizing the importance of allowing children to pursue their own dreams. The Minister for Dairy Development in Chennai has called on Aavin officers to assist dairy farmers in obtaining loans.Nigerian dupes woman of Rs 27 lakh, heldA Nigerian man was arrested for cheating a woman by creating a fake profile on a matrimonial website and taking money for customs clearance of expensive gifts. The accused, Alex Mark Odudu, claimed to be a doctor from Houston and asked the victim for money to return to India and marry her. The woman sent him 27 lakh before realizing it was a scam. Police seized mobile phones and a car from the accused.

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