A special team lead by Cyber Crimes Police Station, Cyberabad East busted one online job fraudsters gang running job portals www.go4employment.in, www.careerstep.in , www.clicktojob.in, offering jobs in various software companies and collected money from the job seekers. The arrested persons were identified as Rinku Thakur age 23 years and Rishab age 22 years living in Ashok Vihar, New Delhi. They collect the data from various job portals by getting access to their data base by paying charges, download the details and contact the job seekers posing themselves as H.R Managers of the reputed software companies such as Deloitte, google, Amazon etc. for that, they use spoofing email IDs of H. R Department of such companies and asked the victims to pay money for the job as they are being appointed from back door. Since the emails Ids they were using are of that the real officials of H.R department of such companies, the victims fall into the trap easily and paid money. In this case the victims have paid Rs. 4 lakhs to them and after realizing that, they got cheated, lodged complaint at Cyber Crimes Ps Cyberabad on April 24, 2016.
A Mahindra XUV car, mobiles, laptop, 7 bank passbooks, ATM Cards and other incriminating material seized from the Kingpin Rishabh Suri, and bank passbooks, mobiles have seized from his associate Rinku Thakur. The arrested accused were brought to Hyderabad on transit warrant and remanded to judicial custody, both of them were taken into police custody from Cherlapally Jail for further interrogation.
Online Matrimonial Fraud
In another Case the same team lead by Md. Riyazuddin of Cyber Crimes Police station East, arrested one Nigerian National Omeleze Fred, aged about 35 yrs, N/o Asaba, Abavo, Nigeria living in Mehrauli of New Delhi. Preliminary investigation revealed that, he came to India in the year 2012 and staying different localities of New Delhi. After his original visit visa expires after two months of arriving in India, he got prepared fake Indian Visa stickers and pasted on his passport for presenting them for tenting house. By using internet, he has created several face book IDs by putting photos of smart looking white Americans and used to chat with Indian ladies by searching their profiles in Facebook. In this instance case, he has trapped the lady victim by introducing himself “Benson”, an American National serving in Afghanistan. After several conversations he expressed his desire to come to India, settle with her by investing his savings ie approximately 5 Million Us Dollars in India with the help of the victim. On July 8, 2016 she received call from a lady who introduced herself as Manager in Customs department at International Airport New Delhi. She told that, Benson was apprehended by customs department for bringing US Dollars and gold and Diamond Jewellery. At the same time the said Benson also rang her up and informed that, if she pay the taxes as told by the customs officer, entire money and Jewellery will be released and they can spend it in their future life.
Believing the version, the victim has transferred Rs. 2,50,000/- in the bank accounts provided by the accused. later she realized that, she got cheated. On receipt of the complaint in this regard, a case has been registered. During investigation the accused identified to be Omeleze Fred living in a rented apartment in Meherouli, New Delhi. On August 5, 2016 he was trapped and arrested in Meherouli. During the search of his house three laptops, 12 mobile phones, 20 SIM Cards, and other incriminating materials have been seized. He was brought to Hyderabad on transit remand and being remanded to judicial custody today. He will be taken in to police custody by filing a petition in the concerned court for further interrogation. During the preliminary analysis of the seized laptops, the investigators found about 50,00,00 mobile numbers, one lakh email ids of Indians.
Both the cases have been detected by the Inspector Md. Riyazuddin of Cyber Crimes East under the supervision of Miss M. Snehita A.C.P. Cyber Crimes Cyberabad East. (NSS)