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Delhi: Man scans QR code sent by ‘kin of wife’, loses Rs 20,000 | Delhi News

NEW DELHI: Tejender Chaturvedi just lately acquired a name from an individual claiming to be his spouse’s relative. The person needed to switch Rs 20,000 of her share from the household earnings.
For a swift switch, the person despatched a QR code to Chaturvedi asking him to scan it and click on on ‘OK’ within the choices of a web based pockets. Unsuspecting Chaturvedi adopted the directions, solely to grasp that he had misplaced Rs 20,000 from his account.
“An FIR was lodged and a staff fashioned to research. What adopted was a prolonged digital surveillance comprising evaluation of name element document of suspect’s cellular and IMEI evaluation. The small print of the recipient account had been collected and we adopted the path of cash,” DCP (Southeast) RP Meena stated.
The probe revealed that the cash modified a number of fingers on-line and had on the finish reached a checking account in Alwar, Rajasthan. The account was opened within the title of Hasan Mohammad.
Whereas Mohammad remained unreachable, the cops discovered that the siphoned cash had been taken out by a Level of Sale (POS) system issued within the title of Aasaf Khan.
Khan (32) was arrested on January 20 and police recovered two smartphones, two card swipe machines, a rubber stamp, 5 chequebooks, three debit playing cards and money of Rs 2.3 lakh from him.
Throughout interrogation, it got here to fore that Khan would permit the playing cards to be swiped by cyber crooks on his POS machine in lieu of 10% fee.
Efforts are on to trace Mohammad who had allegedly referred to as up the sufferer.

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