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Woman fleeced of Rs 9 lakh


Team Udayavani, Nov 10, 2018, 1:01 PM IST

Kaup: A woman who had approached some people with an intention to adopt a girl child has been fleeced to the tune of Rs 9 lakh. The woman in question is identified as Haseena hailing from Uchila Muloor.

Apparently, Haseena was intending to adopt a child got information through online that a girl child from England was available for adoption as per the law of the land. Accordingly, she gave her details and received a call on October 25 asking her to deposit Rs 40,000 towards the supply of essentials for the child. Hence she remitted the amount to the account of a certain Krishna Kumar through the Kaup branch of Syndicate Bank.

Later, Haseena received calls from different persons asking her to remit money to release the parcel which also contains pound sterling failing which case would be registered against her. As a result, Haseena lost a total of Rs 9 lakh.

Haseena states in her complaint to the town police, that she was defrauded to the tune of Rs 9 lakh and that she neither receive the child nor the parcel.

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