Cheated of 250 crores on the app by luring money to double in 15 days, 50 lakh people had downloaded
The police of Dehradun, the capital of Uttarakhand, has exposed a huge fraud in the country. You will also be surprised to know the amount of fraud. This is not one, not two, but a fraud of 250 crores, which has been exposed.
Uttarakhand Police has uncovered a big fraud. Uttarakhand STF has arrested an accused from Noida in a cheating case of Rs 250 crore. The surprising thing is that this fraud was done in a span of just 4 months.
The fraud was carried out with an app made under China’s startup scheme. This app has been downloaded by about 50 lakh people of the country. Through this app, people were lured to double their money in 15 days.
In order to double the money in 15 days in the fraud, first people were asked to download the power bank app, after which they were lured to double the money in 15 days.
The whole matter was revealed in such a way that when the Haridwar resident informed the police that he had deposited 93 thousand and 72 thousand respectively twice to double the money from a “power bank app” which asked to double in 15 days. I went.
But when this did not happen, the victim lodged a complaint with the police station, on which the police registered a case and started investigation. Investigation found that all the funds were transferred to different accounts. When the financial transactions were studied, a fraud of 250 crores came to the fore in the hands of the police.
Ajay Singh, SSP of Uttarakhand STF said that a big thing came to the fore in the police investigation that fraudsters used to talk about giving loans to people through an app by luring Indian businessmen to commission by the foreign investors.
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After changing it, money was being invested by luring people to double the money. The money was put into the accounts of the people of India by putting them in the same account. Initially some people’s money was also given back.
19 laptops, 592 SIM cards recovered from accused: SSP
SSP Ajay Singh said that after investigation, Uttarakhand STF has arrested Pawan Pandey, an accused in the case from Noida. 19 laptops, 592 SIM cards, 5 mobile phones, 4 ATM cards and 1 passport have been recovered from the accused. STF found in the investigation that this money is being sent abroad by converting it into crypto currency.
Dehradun’s ADG Abhinav Kumar told in the press conference that such an app has been made under China’s start up plan. He said that other investigative agencies IB and RAW have also been informed in this matter. Foreign people whose names are coming up, their information is being sought by contacting their embassy. Information will come out soon. So far, 2 cases have been registered in this case in Uttarakhand, 1 in Bangalore.