Noida: Together with his associates, a notorious inter-state cyber thug, who has cheated about Rs 25 crore from retired employees of different departments across the country, has been arrested by the Cyber Crime Police Station of Noida.
Superintendent of Police, Uttar Pradesh Cyber Crime Dr. Triveni Singh told that Noor Ali, his brother Afsar Ali and associates Safaruddin Ansari, Kalim Ansari, Ahmed Ansari, Ankit Kumar and Chhotan Mandal residents of Jamtara, Jharkhand He was running a gang of swindlers in association with him.
Being Treasury Officers used to give the consequences to the frauds
These people became Treasury Officers in different ways. They used to call the retired employees of different departments in different states to update the pension data, get information related to bank account, ask for OTP from them, activate their account on-line. After that, the money deposited in his account was transferred to fake accounts. Police arrested the accused Noor Ali from Saharanpur on Tuesday.
According to Superintendent of Police Dr Triveni Singh, the cybercrime team has got information about 80 accounts of the accused in various banks, in which one and a half lakh deposits have been received. Police has banned Rs. Police has also banned Rs 1 lakh 80 thousand deposited in 40 wallets.
Retired policemen used to target
He told that The main targets of the accused were retired policemen. These people used to call the policemen who reached home after retiring, and sending them an OTP on their mobile giving them their posting and other related information already collected, telling them that you have some arrears left during the job. , which will be sent to your account. On this, the policemen used to tell them OTP and through this they used to activate the net banking of their bank account. Later the accused used to transfer the amount deposited in the accounts of the employees to their accounts.
More than 120 bank accounts found during investigation
During investigation The police have got information about 120 bank accounts and wallets of the accused. In this, some bank accounts were provided by his associates from Jamtara. Everyone’s commission was fixed in the amount received from the fraud. The accused used to deposit the money of his associates in their accounts through ATM deposit machines. Lakhs of rupees were cheated and withdrawn. Later, Punjab Police seized Rs 18 lakh in this case by confiscating 800 SIM cards and 200 bank accounts. A gang member and arrested Noor Ali’s brother Afsar Ali is currently lodged in Jamtara Jail in Jharkhand.