There is no stopping of these cyber crimes, and even amidst strict laws and policing the incidences are only cropping day after day even in these pandemic times.
As per reports, a banker who ordered booze online has been cheated of Rs. 82500. In a leading daily it has been reported that the banker while making the order shared his credit card details for home delivery of liquor worth Rs. 4500.
A resident of Raheja Vihar in Chandivili shared the details despite the cyber officials warning against it. The incident occurred on May 18 when the victim was on the search for a number on social media platform Facebook for ordering liquor online.
The case was registered with the police on June 1 and the banker after reporting the incident to the bank customer care could save Rs. 39500.
After a case was registered on June 1, Powai police have asked the bank to share details to track the money. The victim had managed to save RS 39,500 after he contacted the bank's customer care.
" I was looking for a wine shop in Powai when I came across one Kings Wine Shop on Facebook. I called on the number and placed an order for liquor. The caller asked me to make an online payment and he took my credit card details. He then asked me to share the one-time password (OTP). The moment I shared my OTP, two transactions of Rs 61,000 were made from my account. Realising I was cheated, I immediately called the customer care and blocked the card.", said the FIR.
And police has asked the bank for details on the transaction and are tracking the Internet Protocol (IP) addresses.