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23-year-old man loses Rs 2.37 lakh in atm fraud

THE ASIAN AGE. | SURESH GOLANI
Published : Jul 10, 2019, 4:24 am IST
Updated : Jul 10, 2019, 4:24 am IST

The victim was reportedly in possession of the card all the time.

Based on the complaint filed by Poban Raju Tanti, the Kashimira police registered a FIR under section 420 of the IPC against unidentified miscreants on Monday.
 Based on the complaint filed by Poban Raju Tanti, the Kashimira police registered a FIR under section 420 of the IPC against unidentified miscreants on Monday.

Mumbai: A 23-year-old man employed with a private company became the latest victim of an ATM fraud after Rs 2.37 lakh was siphoned off from his account within a span of seven days, The victim was reportedly in possession of the card all the time. Interestingly, the bank initially reimbursed the amount but reversed the credit, citing that the victim had failed to register a complaint within seven days.

Based on the complaint filed by Poban Raju Tanti, the Kashimira police registered a FIR under section 420 of the IPC against unidentified miscreants on Monday.

 

I was shocked to receiving alerts informing the debit transactions amounting to Rs 2,37,190 on the virtue of multiple ATM withdrawals at various locations in Mumbai and Delhi from my saving account, the victim reported the matter to the police.

The complainant who works at an industrial unit in Ghodbunder village claims that he did not receive any messages from his bank on the registered mobile number alerting him about the unauthorized withdrawals.

Tags: atm fraud, ipc section 420