Fake of two lakh 29 thousand 800 from the trader in the name of fertilizer dealership
Dindori (Newdunia Representative). In the name of a fertilizer dealership, a case of cheating of Rs 2 lakh 29 thousand 800 has come to light with a businessman of Gadasarai, the principal business center of the district. On the victim’s report, the police have registered a case under Section 420 against the unknown and started investigation. SI Swati Sharma said that Vedinder Kumar Sahu, a resident of Garasarai, father Gulabchand Sahu, age 43, had applied for his firm Hazariya Krishi Kendra by searching the fertilizer dealership online at IFFCO Limited Company.
Being an employee of the company, ask for money by calling: In the FIR, the victim said that according to the company, a person named Sachin Aggarwal called and asked to send Rs 30,000 in the name of the registration process. On this, Virendra transferred 40 thousand rupees from his friend Mukesh Sahu’s account to the account of the concerned. After this the registration certificate was given. It was told that after this a call from a person named Sachin Rana was asked to transfer 75 thousand 800 rupees for the process of taking the dealership. Virendra transferred 40 thousand rupees from his own account on May 6 and 35 thousand 800 rupees on May 7.
Fifty percent of the material amount was deposited: It was told that after transferring the money, the agreement document was received on e-mail on stamp paper of Rs 500 and Virender was also given authority certificate. Police said that the quotation for goods delivery was also issued, the total amount of which was stated to be 2 lakh 49 thousand 6 and 50 amount was demanded. 40 thousand was transferred by Virendra on his own account on 11 May, 40 thousand and 45 thousand rupees on 12 May to the account of the concerned.
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Suspicion on the name of the agency and asking for money: According to Virender, after this, a demand of Rs 74 thousand 500 in the name of the agency was again made by the concerned, which Virender suspected. Virender inquired with the Agriculture Department from where he came to know that these accounts are fake. In this way, cheating of a total of two lakh 29 thousand 800 rupees has been revealed with the businessman. It is mentioned that this is probably the first case of online fraud in the district after the implementation of Corona curfew.