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9 Feb 2021

on line fraud with Arvind Keriwal's daughter, fraudsters took 34 thousand

 


According to the Delhi Police's statement, a case of chitting has been registered at the Civil Lines Police Station in Delhi. Police said that a person talking to Harshita as a customer, after giving him a small amount, asked him to scan the bar code.


new Delhi. Fraud cases in Delhi keep on coming. In the digital era, cases of fraud have also got advanced, but hardly we have heard such cases in which such cases will be heard with VIPs, but the latest case of fraud from capital Delhi will surprise you. In fact, Delhi's CM Arvind Kejriwal's daughter Harshita Kejriwal has been cheated for Rs 34,000. This fraud happened with Harshita during the online sale of second hand couch.




According to the Delhi Police's statement, a case of chitting has been registered at the Civil Lines Police Station in Delhi. Police said that a person talking to Harshita as a customer, after giving him a small amount, asked him to scan the bar code. As soon as Harshita scanned the bar code, an amount of Rs 34 thousand was deducted from her account in two installments (Rs 20,000 and Rs 14,000). The police said that a complaint was made to the Civil Lines Police Station after which the police have registered a case of fraud and started searching for the accused person.


How was the fraud with Harshita


The fraudster contacted Harshita on the web portal, he showed interest in buying a second hand sofa set for sale. He finalized a deal as soon as he agreed to buy the sofa set. After this, the fraudster started the real work. The fraudster sent a small amount to Harshita in the name of verifying her bank account details to take her into confidence. He then sent a QR code to Harshita and asked her to scan to get money.



When he scanned the code, an amount of Rs 20,000 was debited to his account. Subsequently, he questioned the man about this. To which the fraudster told them that he accidentally sent an incorrect bar code. Then he sent another code and asked to follow the same procedure to get the money. When Harshita scanned the code, he lost Rs 14,000 this time. Harshita felt that she was cheated. He then approached the Civil Lines police station and lodged a complaint.



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