Cyber thugs extorted 14 thousand rupees from the account of a former military worker. The victim has complained about the case to the police. The police have started investigating the case. The thug turned banker and asked the former army man the number and password of his ATM.
Actually, former military personnel Roshan Singh, resident of the Lalkurti area, told that a call was received on his mobile on Monday afternoon. The caller told that he was talking to the bank. The validity of his ATM has expired. If he wants to increase the validity of his ATM, he will have to provide some information. If he does not give this information, then both his ATM and account will be blocked.
Roshan Singh said that he felt that the caller is speaking from the bank itself. He was trapped in the prey and told the caller his number and password written on his ATM card. After this, two messages came out on his mobile. 12 thousand rupees in one message and two thousand rupees in the other. When he came to the bank and took the information, they told that the bank does not make any such call. The victim has complained about the case to the Kotwali Roorkee Police.