Diarytimes Media Network, Shimla Published by : Kumud Sharma, Updated November 10, 2023 by Diary Times
Another new method of cyber fraud has emerged in Shimla-Himachal Pradesh in which a cyber thug calls and says that money has been transferred to your bank account by mistake, after which the cyber thug asks you to return the money.
A cyber fraudster calls you and says that he was making payment to someone else through his mobile app, but by mistake he has transferred the money to your account and then demands to return the money.
Cyber crime cases are continuously increasing in Himachal Pradesh –
In Himachal Pradesh, new tactics are being adopted to commit fraud through cyber crime.
Due to which now another new method of cyber fraud has been registered with Himachal Pradesh Police.
Cyber fraudsters call you and say that they were making payment to someone through their phone, but the money has been transferred to your account by mistake.
You should check the message box of your mobile phone and transfer the money back now.
After this the cyber fraudster gets the money transferred from your mobile.
Many people of Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh, have lodged complaints about this type of cyber fraud in Shimla police stations.
Cyber fraudsters are continuously cheating you by sending fake money transfer messages on your mobile.
On the other hand, Shimla Police has issued an advisory and started a campaign not to attend calls from unknown people, alerting all the people about such cyber fraudsters.
On the other hand, Shimla Police has advised people not to transfer money if they receive calls from any kind of unknown people. Shimla Police said that cyber fraudsters are so clever that they are even sending a fake message of money transfer on your mobile, but Shimla Police has instructed to pay special attention to this message.
Shimla Police said that whenever a message comes from the bank that money has been deposited in your bank account, cyber fraudsters are cheating people by sending this message from their personal mobile numbers.
At the same time, people always get completely convinced just by reading the messages of cyber fraud and after seeing the message of money, they transfer the money back from their account to the accused of cyber fraud and are continuously becoming victims of cyber fraud.
cyber fraud people are so vicious that if you refuse to transfer money to these people, then these cyber thugs call you again and again and threaten to transfer the money.
The accused of cyber fraud continuously threaten people by calling them and also threaten them to complain to the police.
Shimla Police has started a police vigilance campaign to warn against all those accused of cyber fraud who make such phone calls.
ASP Shimla Navdeep Singh told Diary Times correspondent Kumud Sharma that if any cyber thug makes such a call and asks about transfer of money to your account by mistake through his mobile app, then you should immediately disconnect the phone and go to Shimla. A complaint can be lodged with the shimla police regarding cyber fraud.
ASP Shimla Navdeep Singh has advised people to lodge a complaint at the nearest police station and Shimla police helpline number 1930 due to cyber fraud.
Ten percent out of hundred people of the capital Shimla are becoming victims of cyber fraud.
In the case of cyber fraud, which is continuously increasing in Himachal Pradesh, cyber fraudsters are getting people to transfer money through cyber fraud in new ways every day.
Due to the fastest internet access available and every person having a smartphone, it is now becoming easier for the accused to commit cyber fraud.
Cyber fraudsters are continuously making people victims of cyber fraud and getting them to transfer their money through UPI payment app.
Due to transfer of money through one click in UPI payment app, the accused of cyber fraud are continuously trapping people.
In the continuous investigation of cyber fraud by Shimla Police Administration, it has come to light that in the beginning, cyber fraudsters are always trying to rob innocent people by calling them and getting them to transfer money.
Due to the increasing cases of cyber fraud in Himachal Pradesh, about ten out of every hundred people are being made victims of cyber fraud and looted in new ways every day.