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Gujarat Fashion Designer duped of Rs 1.38 lakh after Rs 5 Transaction

New Delhi. In this era of Digital India, the Government of India is motivating people to do more and more online transactions. However, with the advent of new payment technologies, the number of online frauds has also increased tremendously. There are such great thugs active in the country these days, who do not even miss emptying the entire bank account on your slightest mistake. Something similar happened with 25-year-old Mitisha Sethi, a resident of Ahmedabad, Gujarat. The fraudsters withdrew Rs 1.38 lakh from the bank account of this woman, a fashion designer by profession. Police have registered a case and are investigating the matter.

According to the times of India news, the victim says that she had given her clothes to Taylor to stitch. After the clothes were ready, Taylor told them that they had sent the dress for delivery. Delivery was to come through the courier company. She was tracing the order with the link of the courier given by Taylor.

The call came after tracing the courier link.
According to Mitisha said, “On May 11, I suddenly remembered that I had given a tailor named Paldi to stitch the dress. Taylor said that he has already sent the clothes. Since I didn’t receive the order even after two days, I started tracing it on Google,” he said. The man identified himself as an employee of a courier company.

Payment twice through link
It was told that after paying five rupees, the parcel will be delivered. The link for payment was shared. Mitisha made the payment. After this, they were asked to pay an additional five rupees. After the second transaction, he suspected fraud. I deactivated my bank account. Between May 13 and 21, Mithis did not even use her phone. She was on a trip during this time.

Case filed under IT Act
After some time, When Mitisha tried to make a transaction, it was found that the balance in the bank was low. The next day, when I went to the bank’s branch, I found that Rs 1.38 lakh had been withdrawn through four transactions without his knowledge. The police have registered a case under sections of the IT Act and started investigation.

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