The Sukher police of Udaipur have registered a case of cheating after an unknown accused have duped a man of Rs.75000 using his Google Pay account on Sunday.
Vikas Joshi an employee in his complaint stated” On 5th July i transferred an amount of Rs.1000 through Google Pay to one of my freinds account,but the amount was not transferred, asuming it to be a technical fault i search the troll free numbers on Google search engine for customer care of the Google Pay,upon calling the number the accused that poseses as Google’s employee asked all my details,he also confirmed me about my last transicton and later asked me to share the last 4 digits of my ATM card,i trusted him and shared it with the allegedly representative of the customer care”.
“As soon as i cut the call i received 3 text messages on my mobile phone informing me about 3 transictions from my HDFC bank account 2 of Rs.25000,1 of Rs.24000 and another of Rs. 775”,i immediately rushed to the bank for enquiry, but the banl officials said the amounts were transferred in the Google wallet and cannot be transferred back Joshi told DU.
Later that evening the victim eventually contacted the police and lodged an FIR against unknown accused for cheating him Online of an amount of Rs.74775.
The Durga Prasad Dadich the Station House Officer of Sukher police station when asked about the incidence said that the matter is under investigation, so far ot was found that the number belong to Kolkata,we are also taking help of the Kolkata police and will soon trace the accused and will arrest him.
Dadich also urged people not to share their bank details with anyone on phone ever,he said that In this case too if the victim have not share his bank details the accused cannot duped him of cash.