During the interrogation of the gang of thugs arrested by the Vadodara Cyber Cell; the information of more than 300 transactions done in different states.
Vadodara : Vadodara Cyber Cell busted one more online cheating gang and arrested six thugs from Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar and Bhavnagar. It has been revealed that the gang of thugs is preparing a banking kit by attaching a bogus bank account, SIM card and delivering all the details to Dubai.
Initially, online fraud gangs were calling people and offering them part-time jobs. In the beginning, fraudsters used to extort large amounts in the name of deposits after trusting them with good returns in bank accounts for online tasks. Apart from this, fraud was done in the name of instant loans, likes and subscribes to YouTube channels. As online fraud requires a bank account along with a registered mobile number, the bogus firm was created within a couple of days by Ahmedabad-based mastermind Jigar Shukla. Working as a banking agent, Jatin Patel used to open bank accounts of loan holders and other acquaintances. Khalid and Riaz of Bhavnagar used to supply SIM cards and Sandeep Pandya of Ahmedabad used to send all these bank account kits to Pradyumansingh of Gandhinagar used to deliver bank kits to Dubai. All 6 have been arrested by Vadodara Cyber Cell.
The police has received preliminary information that the details of about 30 bank accounts have been sent to Dubai by an online fraud gang and that money is being transferred from Dubai by operating these accounts. Surprising details have emerged that, transactions of more than Rs.22 crores have been made in the bank accounts of the gang within a short time. So the information of more than 300 transactions done in different states is being collected by the police.During the interrogation of the gang of thugs arrested by the Vadodara Cyber Cell, it has been revealed that an engineer youth named Jitendra Gujar was given a good compensation in the name of giving an online task and repeatedly paid a deposit of Rs. 21.97 lakhs. So the police have tried to recover the money in this crime.