Fake loan fraudster arrested by Cyber Crimes Police
Fake Loan Fraudster arrested by cyberabad Cyber Crime Police. Accused use to dupe the customers saying online that will provide Loans on low rate of Interest. Facts according to Cyber police are as follows. Gaurav Kumar @ Akhilesh Yadav @ Rajender Singh, aged 27 resides in Sagarpur, New Delhi. His occupation is business. He uses to give advertisements in news papers such as he will provide loan at low rate of interest. Once a Victim saw an add in Telugu newspapers such as he provide loans. She made a call to the given mobile number 7065312677 one unknown person told that it is Venkateswara Finance and she asked about the loan details and requested for Rs. 5,00,000/- of loan. The accused told that they lend a minimum of Rs. 10 Lac. She trusted their words and she sent her address proofs to their Gmail ID to firstname.lastname@example.org, who took all details and were asked to deposit an amount of Rs. 15,000/- for processing fees, like that they daily asked to deposit amount in various bank accounts, totally they lured her and got deposited an amount of Rs 3,15,000/-. After that she realised that it is a fraud and requested to take necessary action against the culprit and lodged a written complaint at shamshabad police station. During the course of the investigation, police Obtained the Statements of Accounts and AOF for the bank accounts where the money was deposited and the accused also hired Telugu speaking Tele-callers who interacted with the victims and there by cheated. The accused was traced and located in Delhi. Immediately Investigation officer deputed a team consisting of K. Srinivas and staff to New Delhi in this case. Basing on the location of accused person’s apprehended Gaurav Kumar @ Akhilesh Yadav @ Gaurav Kumar @ Rajender Singh at his office Mahavir Enclave, Monday Market, New Delhi. He was brought to Hyderabad and produced him at Miyapur court for judicial remand. Case Investigated by S. Jayaram, ACP, Cyber Crime, Cyberabad. The Police recovered the incriminating evidence of mobile phones and bank pass books and investigation is still on. They also request if any cheated by this gang to contact cyber Crime police immediately.