Mysore/Mysuru: A application developer, who experienced created a website to a city businessman, has illegally transferred Rs. 1.70 lakh from the businessman’s credit score card.
Businessman Amar Kumar, 44, a resident of Siddarthanagar, received a contact on his mobile cellphone and the caller, who released himself as Dharmendra, a software package developer, made a internet site for Amar.
In buy to see no matter whether the site was completely ready for on the net transactions, Dharmendra reportedly took the information of Amar’s credit score card and allegedly transferred Rs. 1.70 lakh from the credit card of Amar, so cheating him.
Ayurveda health practitioner cheated
In a different situation, an Ayurveda physician has been cheated of Rs. 85,000 by a miscreant in the guise of getting his father handled.
Dr. Mohammed Chand, 48, a resident of Ramaiah Street in K.R. Mohalla, gained a connect with on his mobile phone from one Srikanth Sharma, who told the health care provider that his father was suffering from fistula and sought procedure for it.
Srikanth afterwards told the health care provider that he could avail refund of the professional medical charges and told the health care provider to open up his PhonePe payment application on his telephone. As the health practitioner did not have PhonePe account, he opened his daughter’s PhonePe account and adopted the guidelines of Srikanth and right away, Rs. 85,000 was transferred from the Financial institution account.
City’s Cyber, Economic and Narcotics (CEN) Crime Police, who have registered different instances, are investigating.