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Cyber ​​fraudsters: MBBS student, 3 others arrested for aiding cyber fraudsters abroad | Hyderabad News

Hyderabad: Four persons, including an MBBS student, have been arrested for allegedly providing bank accounts of gullible people in India to cyber fraudsters living abroad. The suspects – Krishan Dhaka, Manoj Kumar, Ashutosh Raj and Munish Bansal – are from Delhi and Rajasthan. Recently, a victim from Hyderabad was contacted by fraudsters via WhatsApp. The fraudsters claimed to be employees of Pantheon Venture, a stock trading company, and had the victim install a mobile application called ‘PT-VC’ from the Google Play Store app and open an account in his name.” “He was told to buy the IPO shares that were going to go public. After purchasing the shares, the victim was told by the suspect that he had to hold them for 30 days to make good profits. Till date, the victim had to invest Rs 1.08 crore in various bank accounts given by the suspect,” police said. accounts at different banks.

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