Cyber crime cops arrest two for impersonating bankers, looting people
The police seized three mobile phones, six credit cards, four debit cards, one voter ID and Rs 50,000 cash
HYDERABAD: The sleuths of Cyber Crime Rachakonda arrested two men, Bhagwan Sharma and Sachin Saini, for allegedly being involved in fraud and looting money from people by sending fake KYC links of updating bank accounts.
The police seized three mobile phones, six credit cards, four debit cards, one voter ID and Rs 50,000 cash.
The complainant stated that he received a text message as "Dear SBI user your SBI Net banking will be blocked today please click here on the link immediately (By mentioning the link) and update your PAN CARD", believing it he opened and entered his complete details such as internet banking Username, Password, PAN card & Date of Birth for which he received several OTP's. On entering the same in the link he lost a huge amount of Rs.4,99,989. Further the complainant also received a call from unknown number who impersonated as an SBI customer support and made the complainant to install "Quick Support app" stating reasons to complete his 'KYC' and also refunding the amount. After the installation of the app he again lost an amount of Rs.3,99,979/-. thus cheated the victim to a total amount of Rs.8,99,968.