In Fatehpur Sikri, a bullion businessman fell victim to online fraud. Cyber vicious people cheated the businessman by conducting an online transaction of Rs 1 lakh 41 thousand from the businessman. The businessman has given a complaint to the police station on the realization of cheating. According to the information, Rakesh Kumar Verma, a resident of Santosh Nagar in the town, has a bullion shop in the bullion market in the town. On Thursday, an unknown phone call came on his phone as to whether he needs a loan. The businessman agreed to this. After this, cyber thugs in the name of further process and file charge GST from State Bank account of Reliance Finance Limited from 80, 1500, 10, 5,185, 8,575, 1462, 14,775, 14,772, 22,120, 14,588, 14,588, 14,588, 14,588, 14,588, Rs. 29,175 I got transferred. In case the businessman who reached the police, the businessman who was expected to cheat, has demanded action by handing over the tahrir against the unknown to the police station in the said regard. The aggrieved businessman handed over Tahrir to the town outpost Sunil Tomar and also told the account number and mobile number transferring the money. On this, he assured the action. Do not give any unknown person, the important information of his bank, Sunil Tomar said that the toll free number related to cybercrime has been issued by the Government of India. Do not share any unknown person your PIN number, account number, ATM number or OTP. Do not put money online on phone calls to open any person's lottery. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website Follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.