Online Fraud: Belagavi Based Job Seeker Losses Rs 9 Lakh

Team Udayavani, May 15, 2017, 11:40 AM IST

Bengaluru/Belagavi: A son of Belagavi based retired  principal cheated by unidentified online cheaters and lost Rs 9 lakh on the assurance that he would be appointed as an executive at JB Intercontinental Mall Marketing Department in Canada and would get Rs 4.5 lakh as monthly salary including accommodation and other benefits.The victims of the online fraud retired principal and his son filed a complaint with cyber crime police in Bengaluru.

The youth holding MBA degree was in search of a new job after resigning his previous employment in a Gulf country. The cheaters took Rs 9 lakh in the name of various fee and other expenditures in installments via online mentioning their bank account numbers. As many as four bank account numbers belong to the banks located in Bengaluru and the cheaters reportedly running their network aboard.

Earlier, the duo tried register a complaint before Belgavi CID Cyber Crime Police Station, however, the cops informed the complainants that they aren’t authorized to register their complaint as the cheated amount is less than Rs 50 lakh and there are no hopes that the cash could retrieved from the online cheaters.

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