These Fraudsters Cheated Amazon Of ‘Crores Of Rupees’ By Replacing Original Items With Fake!
With the evolution of technology, we have been accustomed to hearing and reading about cases wherein people are duped off of thousands of crores in just a single click. Everyday we get to hear different incidents of online hacking. In fact, we had covered a story especially on this topic, where hackers can crack your online passwords by just listening to the sound of your keystrokes!
Today, we bring a similar story of duping. It turns out that not just common men but family members of police commissioners and tech giants like Amazon, too are no where behind in getting duped by professionals.
Rajasthan Men Dupe Amazon of Crores
It has recently been reported that the police in Lucknow recently arrested two men for allegedly duping online e-commerce company, Amazon, worth crores of rupees.
These two accused men, identified as Rohit Soni and Rahul Singh Rathore are known to be from Rajasthan. They used to rent accommodations in states like Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Uttarakhand among others.
The investigative team of Amazon and their lawyer found out that a team of fraudsters were duping Amazon worth crores of rupees since the last 2-3 years. This was filed under relevant sections of the IPC and IT Act was lodged in the matter and an investigation was started.
It was found out after catching these fraudsters that the accused used to order high-end products on Amazon, change the product with those of inferior quality and then cancelled or returned the bookings, leading to double losses to the company.
The police team could successfully recover mobile phones along with 29 SIMs from the two accused and also seized fake stickers of numerous high-end products such as smart-watches and mobiles which they were planning to use for fraud in the days ahead.
Online frauds and account are becoming more and more common these days. The good part of all these scams is that we get to learn more and more on how to be more protective and instinctive of our bank accounts and data from everything going on around us.
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