- MP cyber cell exposed the international gang of fraud
- Pakistani and Chinese citizens are involved in the gang, giving Indian CA
- This gang cheated Bhopal businessman of Rs 98 lakh
- Four accused arrested from Delhi, Haryana and Gujarat
MP Cyber Police arrested four people on Tuesday and unearthed the International Romance Scam Gang News online fraud racket. In this racket, after getting the amount cheated from Indians by creating fake companies in the name of Indian citizens in the current bank accounts of these companies, that money was being sent to Pakistan (Romance scam link with Pakistan) through crypto currency. So far, about 50 crore transactions have come to the fore.
ADG of Cyber Cell Yogesh Chaudhary told the media that during the investigation of online fraud of about one crore rupees from a young businessman of Bhopal, a big disclosure was made. International fraud racket created fake companies in the name of Indian citizens and after receiving the cheated amount from Indians in the current bank accounts of these companies, that money was being sent to Pakistan through crypto currency.
He said that the entire network includes Pakistanis, Chinese nationals, registered chartered accountants, fake company secretaries and businessmen. Chaudhary said that the network of this international racket is spread all over the country. He said that so far four accused from Delhi, Gurgaon and Rajkot have been arrested, while search is on for the other accused.
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ADG Chaudhary said that the involvement of Chinese nationals in this crime has also been indicated and they are being searched. He said that there has been evidence of clear involvement of a Pakistani national in this crime. Chaudhary said that it is being investigated at a higher level.
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He said that so far four accused in this case, Chartered Accountant Avic Kedia of Gurgaon, Dolly Makhija, Company Secretary of Delhi, Dilip Patel of Gujarat and Vicky Makhija of Delhi have been arrested recently. Referring to the role of these accused in this crime, Choudhary said that Avik Kedia used to register a firm and open a current account in the bank and provide the firm and account details to the suspected Chinese national, while Dolly Makhija by forming a firm in the name of a relative and By opening a current account, he used to make available the fraudulent amount to the suspicious persons.
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He said that at the same time, Dilip Patel was to transfer the amount received in Rajkot’s firm Viktek Private Limited from the bank to other accounts, get the amount in his own account and transfer it in crypto in WazirX and create an e-mail for fraud, while Vicky Makhija was to become a director in the firm’s account and get the amount by selling these firms.
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Chaudhary said that some other accused are absconding in this case, including Vijay Chhutlani (Mumbai) and Vijay Hariyani (Rajkot). He said that the police seized 60 digital signatures of the directors of the fake firm, three laptops, four pen drives, one mobile phone, crypto trading statements, documents related to the fake firm, Aadhaar and PAN cards of various people, from the possession of the arrested accused, he said. One debit card, four check books and other documents related to the crime have been seized. The ADG said that so far transactions worth Rs 50 crore have come to the fore in this racket of fraud.
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To implicate the businessman, a woman’s profile was befriended through the Bumble app. During the negotiations, the trader was offered to trade spices and wine. After that the woman got the ID created from the merchant at http://h20.gbull.shop. After this, in the name of trading of spices and wine, between March 2021 and May 2021, Rs 98 lakh was deposited.