Youth Arrested for Cheating in Online Liquor Racket

New Delhi: A teenager has been detained for reportedly deceiving citizens on the pretext of selling liquor on-line, police authorities stated on Sun.

The charged was detected as 31-year-old Akib Javed who’s the eighth pass & works as an Ola driver. After coming into contact with cybercriminals & to make a fast buck, he indulged in cyber-crime. Although, he didn’t have a past offender report.

As per the police, a case has been got from a human who has been searching for an on-line liquor shop by this name La Cave Wines & Spirits. He instructed over the phone for some of the liquor & the human on the different side inquired him to make payment on-line.

Within the payment procedure, the charged reportedly deceived the complainer to the tune of nearly INR 24,000. The charged afterwards switched off his own smart phone.

Throughout preliminary inquiry by Delhi(DL) police cyber cell , they analyzed the bank affirmations, flow of amount deceived & call information of the claimed mobile numbers. Information of mobile numbers & bank accounts have been collected based on fraud KYC feed to avoid their own detection.

The name of the beneficiary of the deceived money & technical proof of the transactions have been collected from that bankers. The mobile numbers habituated to avail of banking alerts have been also analysed.

The inquiry disclosed that the cyber-criminals belonged to Kaman, Bharatpur region. To mislead police inquiry, they’d collected SIM cards & lodged accounts in banks in various states like Assam(AS), Maharashtra(MH), Punjab(PB) & Rajasthan(RJ).

After analysis of all technical proof, it has been disclosed that the money deceived were transferred to 1 account(a/c) following that cyber sources have been deployed to trace the charged human.

A raid has been held & Akib detained. “During this interrogation, the charged human revealed that his own associates collected SIM cards in fictitious names & fraud addresses belonging to various states. They’d call up their own attacks & obtain bank accounts based on fraud addresses of different states to withdraw the deceived amount,” stated deputy commissioner of police (DCP) South, Atul Kumar Thakur.

“In five (or) 10 minutes they’d divert the amount trail to 3 (or) 4 bank accounts (or) amount wallets of various states’ fraud beneficiary accounts & transfer the amount to their own desired accounts,” Thakur added further.