7 Cyber ​​Scammers Detained To Dupe People Under The Pretext Of Redeeming Credit Card Points, Raising Credit Card Limit

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New Delhi: In another major blow against cyber fraudsters, the Rohini cyber cell apprehended seven people, including three women for allegedly deceiving several people under the guise of helping them redeem their credit card points or increase their credit card limit.
DCP (Rohini) Pranav Tayal said four defendants have been identified as Pulkit Malik (23), Rahul Verma (22), Avinash Kumar (37) and Jitender Sharma (28). The accused works as a freelance application designer, The Indian Express reported. Tayal added that the three women used to make scam calls to their targets.

“A complaint was received of cheating under the guise of redeeming credit card points. The complainant stated that on May 13 he received a call and a woman assured him that she was calling from the credit card department from a bank. She sent a link on his WhatsApp number and asked him to install the app,” Tayal said.

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“The complainant installed the app using the link. After following the caller’s instructions, Rs 28,826 was deducted from his credit card. During the investigation, the call detail records and the IMEI of the alleged number have been analyzed by a team led by SHO Ajay Dalal and it has been revealed that the alleged persons are based in Mahavir Nagar, he said.
“With the help of local intelligence services, a reconnaissance of the alleged suspect was carried out. On July 12, the police conducted a raid and the first accused, Pulkit, was arrested. He revealed that he was running a center calls from his home with the help of three women,” DCP said. During questioning, the defendants revealed that they would send the link of the fake banking app to their target. When the victim installed the link, the accused has access to the messages (OTP) on his phone.
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