- Cybercrime: conspiracy to launder money by deceiving old insurance policy Gwalior Sir, the company is renewing your eight year old insurance policy. For this,…
On the mobile of the treasurer of MP Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Vasant Agarwal called Pooja a woman and said that in the year 2013, you had deposited 50 thousand rupees in the policy in PNB MetLife Insurance. Now after seven years, your policy is going to lapse. To maintain it, you have to deposit 1 lakh 38 thousand rupees. To pay the amount, Vasant asked to give cash, then the woman called called to talk to the senior. After this, he received several calls. At the same time, Vasant says that I have no such policy.
The call comes to Jagdish Aggarwal, a textile businessman who lives near Roxy Pul Janak Hospital. The person in front tells them that you are speaking Jagdish Agarwal, your PNB MetLife Insurance policy of 2013 is going to be lapse. Get it renewed by depositing 50 thousand rupees. Jagdish told the caller that first you send the policy, I have not received it yet. Later, after the debate, the caller said on the phone that they were lapping your policy and disconnected the phone.
Nimbalkar’s Goth resident Prashant Duseja owns a clothes shop. He also gets a call from a woman on whom she says that in 2012 you had a policy, not renewed it. On this, Prashant said that I do not have to renew now. After this, another person calls and he says that you had deposited a premium of 50 thousand rupees, you will have to renew. If not, then you will have to make a settlement. Your policy has also maturity of 1 lakh 80 thousand. Prashant said that I do not have any money. In the same day, four calls were received in this way, then at the end Prashant said that after deducting his amount from the maturity amount of the policy, please give me the rest of my money.
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Such fake calls have come to many people in the city. Such calls are mostly coming to the merchant class. Those who have also received such calls, have not deposited any kind of money by showing awareness. Along with this, they are cautioning other people through social media to avoid such fake calls.
Chamber wrote to SP for high level investigation
MP Chamber of Commerce and Industry has written a letter to SP Amit Sanghi demanding a high level inquiry for the calls coming with the intention of fraud on city businessmen. There has been a demand from the office bearers of the Chamber to avoid fraud with the public with the businessmen, so that the numbers from where these phones are coming should be investigated.
Report the spec of such phone calls
Such calls are made by the criminals who cheat through phone and internet, so that the common people come to their greed and deposit the money. Everyone should beware of such fake calls, disconnect it as soon as possible and do not get into the talk of such people. With this, please report the spec of such number.
– Sudhir Aggarwal, SP, Cyber Cell
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