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Cyber Fraudsters: Man Duped Of 46 Lakh By Fake Cyber Crime Officials | Navi Mumbai News | #cybercrime | #computerhacker

Navi Mumbai: A resident of Nerul was recently duped of Rs 46 lakh by a four-member gang of cyber fraudsters who allegedly impersonated Mumbai cyber crime department officials.The accused claimed that there were money laundering and drug dealing cases registered against the victim, a merchant Navy employee. They threatened him with legal action and made him transfer Rs 46 lakh between April 10 and 15 to different bank accounts. Later, when the victim realised that he had been duped, he registered an FIR with Navi Mumbai cyber police.As per the FIR on April 10, he received a call from the accused claiming to be from Mumbai cybercrime branch. The accused told him that he is at high court where a cheating case registered against the victim is being heard. The caller told the victim that in Jan he had taken a loan of Rs 5.85 lakh online, that is overdue. Gajanan Kadam, senior inspector of cyber police station said, “We are in the process of freezing the bank accounts of the accused.”

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