Loan app – Payday Advance 2 Two http://paydayadvance2two.com/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 16:59:18 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://paydayadvance2two.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-12-120x120.png Loan app – Payday Advance 2 Two http://paydayadvance2two.com/ 32 32 Brac Bank launches Bangladesh’s first digital lending app https://paydayadvance2two.com/brac-bank-launches-bangladeshs-first-digital-lending-app/ Wed, 09 Nov 2022 09:58:57 +0000 https://paydayadvance2two.com/brac-bank-launches-bangladeshs-first-digital-lending-app/ Brac Bank has launched the country’s first end-to-end digital lending app, Shubidha. The app will allow customers to apply for digital retail loans from anywhere in Bangladesh and get approval instantly, the private commercial bank said in a press release today. For all the latest news, follow the Daily Star’s Google News channel. Additionally, they […]]]>

Brac Bank has launched the country’s first end-to-end digital lending app, Shubidha.

The app will allow customers to apply for digital retail loans from anywhere in Bangladesh and get approval instantly, the private commercial bank said in a press release today.

For all the latest news, follow the Daily Star’s Google News channel.

Additionally, they can purchase products and services from the bank’s partner outlets using the app and the loan will be disbursed digitally to partner accounts within moments.

“The bank’s vision is to make the app a one-stop platform for loan-related solutions for valued customers,” Brac Bank said.

The ‘Shubidha’ app has two variants: one for use by customers and another for Brac Bank’s business partners.

If applying for loans during working hours, clients can be notified of loan sanction decisions within minutes.

The app has dramatically reduced loan processing time and opened up a new gateway for the bank to reach many untapped customers, the bank said.

A customer can avail a digital personal loan of up to Tk 3 lakh, repayable in up to 24 months.

Competitive interest rates and processing fees will make the loan affordable for customers, the bank said.

Commenting on the app, Md Mahiul Islam, Head of Retail Banking at Brac Bank, said the unique aspect of the loan is that the application will be made, processed and disbursed digitally, providing many conveniences to customers.

“Our plan is to integrate more partners from a wide range of industries keeping in mind the daily necessity of valued customers.”

The bank plans to expand it and transform “Shubidha” into a digital lending platform accessible from any part of the country, Islam added.

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Instant loan app scam: two more people arrested https://paydayadvance2two.com/instant-loan-app-scam-two-more-people-arrested/ Sat, 15 Oct 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://paydayadvance2two.com/instant-loan-app-scam-two-more-people-arrested/ Police have arrested two other suspects involved in the instant loan mobile app scam, which also had links to some Chinese nationals. The defendants were identified as Raj Vaishnav, 27, and Akram Mohammed, 30, from Rajasthan. Police said that during questioning, the defendants revealed that they had provided the bank accounts to Chinese nationals via […]]]>

Police have arrested two other suspects involved in the instant loan mobile app scam, which also had links to some Chinese nationals. The defendants were identified as Raj Vaishnav, 27, and Akram Mohammed, 30, from Rajasthan. Police said that during questioning, the defendants revealed that they had provided the bank accounts to Chinese nationals via WhatsApp and Telegram. Police said they both provided numerous accounts to their bosses in China and Dubai.

It has also been revealed that Vaishnav belongs to Akola village, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan, and his entire village is involved in the same crime of providing accounts to criminals based in China and Dubai. An approximate amount of Rs 400 crore was distributed through the instant loan app.

During the investigation, it emerged that the arrested Daksh Partap Singh and Ayush Agarwal were involved in money laundering and they were dealing in Crypto currency. They sent money to China and Dubai via TT (telegraphic transfer).

Police said a total of Rs 17.31 lakh was reportedly recovered from those arrested and around Rs 60 lakh was held in bank accounts. A total of 20 bank accounts were also frozen. In addition, 43 cell phones and nine laptops were recovered from those arrested.

UT police have arrested a total of 31 people in connection with an instant loan application scam. Victims are encouraged to file a fraud complaint with the police.

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75 cases registered against loan app organizers in Andhra Pradesh – The New Indian Express https://paydayadvance2two.com/75-cases-registered-against-loan-app-organizers-in-andhra-pradesh-the-new-indian-express/ Sat, 15 Oct 2022 01:54:00 +0000 https://paydayadvance2two.com/75-cases-registered-against-loan-app-organizers-in-andhra-pradesh-the-new-indian-express/ By Express press service VIJAYAWADA: Director General of Police (DGP) Kasireddy Rajendranath Reddy said a total of 207 bogus or unauthorized instant loan applications were operating in the state. Among them, 173 have been removed from Google Play Store. Speaking to the media at Mangalagiri Police Headquarters on Friday, the DGP said six incidents of […]]]>

By Express press service

VIJAYAWADA: Director General of Police (DGP) Kasireddy Rajendranath Reddy said a total of 207 bogus or unauthorized instant loan applications were operating in the state. Among them, 173 have been removed from Google Play Store.

Speaking to the media at Mangalagiri Police Headquarters on Friday, the DGP said six incidents of suicide following harassment from loan app organizers and 75 cases were recorded across the state in the past two months. .

He said police had arrested 71 people in connection with loan applications. The DGP said the defendants operated from Delhi, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Telangana and Tamil Nadu.

Rajendranath Reddy also posted a poster on the dedicated toll-free number 1930 to register complaints related to loan applications and urged the public not to take extreme measures due to harassment and other financial issues.

Explaining the measures taken by the police to prevent gullible people from falling prey to loan sharks, the DGP said a meeting had been called with bankers and network providers seeking their support in controlling the circulation of targeted links and monitoring and alerting the police to auspicious inactive transactions. and obsolete bank accounts.

“We are contacting the Google Play Store and other providers to remove malicious mobile apps. Strict action will also be taken against app developers. We have noticed that some inactive bank accounts have reported a sudden flow of cash. Vigilance will be maintained on these suspicious accounts. Bankers and service providers should expand their cooperation by tightening KYC requirements and regularly inspecting obsolete bank accounts and alerting the police at the earliest. This will help in tracing the accused and recovering the money they have stolen from the public. By lending small sums, the organizers of the loan application collect three times the disbursed amount. They threaten the borrower with transformed obscene photos and videos. This leads to depression and suicides,” added the DGP.

He further stated that an SOP booklet has been developed to explain investigative techniques when handling such cases. “All police stations will receive training manuals and training sessions will also be organized for investigators,” he added. .

“The accused will be charged under sections 384 (extortion), 406 (criminal breach of trust), 420 (cheating), 306 (incitement to commit suicide), 504 (insults or provocation or intent or knowledge that it is likely that ‘such provocation causes public disorder), 506 (criminal intimidation), section 67 of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act and relevant sections of the AP Money Lenders Act’, senior cops said “During our investigation, it was discovered that the defendant transferred the amount to Chinese companies via cryptocurrency and PayTm. We managed to freeze 10.5 crores in the accounts of the defendants,” he added.

The DGP further called on the public not to borrow loans from unregistered loan apps and urged to report harassment by loan app organizers by dialing the cyber crime number 1930 or dialing 100. “We urge the public not to resort to any kind of extreme measures. The police department is committed to the safety and security of the public,” the DGP said.

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Alert! You could be a victim of a phone loan ‘app’ – KERALA – CRIME https://paydayadvance2two.com/alert-you-could-be-a-victim-of-a-phone-loan-app-kerala-crime/ Sun, 09 Oct 2022 19:04:35 +0000 https://paydayadvance2two.com/alert-you-could-be-a-victim-of-a-phone-loan-app-kerala-crime/ loan application THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Beware of instant mobile loan offers that can ruin your reputation and financial stability. Cyberpolice uncovered the shocking details of obscure online financiers when a lady complained to police that offensive photos of her had been posted on social media. If someone in your phone’s contact list has taken out an instant […]]]>
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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Beware of instant mobile loan offers that can ruin your reputation and financial stability. Cyberpolice uncovered the shocking details of obscure online financiers when a lady complained to police that offensive photos of her had been posted on social media.

If someone in your phone’s contact list has taken out an instant loan, your life could also be in danger.

The lady from Thrissur who filed the complaint had put her group photo in the office as her profile picture. A photo of her with a young man in the group photo started circulating.

Police summoned the young man and checked his mobile phone and found an instant loan app downloaded on the device. He had taken out a loan of 10,000 rupees twice and repaid it with interest. Yet they kept asking him for more money. Once the man refused to pay them, they started misusing his contact list numbers and other details.

When the man’s morphed photos were sent to his cell phone, cyberpolice realized the moneylenders were behind it all. The man had kept this a secret. Although two Delhi residents have been arrested, the scam continues.

Once the instant loan application is installed on the mobile, all the details of our mobile phone will be under their control. If a copy of our Aadhar card and pan card is given, the loan amount will be credited to our account. The payback period is between one week and six months at a rate of 20% to 40%.

Processing fees will vary from 10% to 25%. In case of non-payment, a fine of 3% will be charged.

The threat will start once we don’t pay the EMI. They will send messages to people on our contact list. Their photos and the photos in the mobile phones of the person who took out the loan will be shown on porn sites.

Many loan application companies operating from countries like China are trapping many Indian citizens. Some of these companies are Cash port, Rupay Way, Loan Cube, Wow Rupee, Smart Wallet, Giant Wallet, Hai Rupee, Swift Rupee, Fish Club, Yeya Cash, M Loan, Grow Tree, Magic Balance, Yo Cash, Fortune Tree, Super coin and red magic.

Most of these loan applications do not have the RBI non-bank financial company license. Never rely on these dodgy loan applications. If you are cheated, inform the police immediately.

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AP Cops – The New Indian Express https://paydayadvance2two.com/ap-cops-the-new-indian-express/ Wed, 05 Oct 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://paydayadvance2two.com/ap-cops-the-new-indian-express/ By Express press service KADAPA: The crackdown on organizers of loan applications and those who facilitate or support them continued with the arrest of five people by Andhra Pradesh police, including one who ran a call center not licensed in Madhapur in Hyderabad. One of the defendants, S Sai Kumar, was running the call center […]]]>

By Express press service

KADAPA: The crackdown on organizers of loan applications and those who facilitate or support them continued with the arrest of five people by Andhra Pradesh police, including one who ran a call center not licensed in Madhapur in Hyderabad. One of the defendants, S Sai Kumar, was running the call center and called the victims asking them to pay the loan amount and threatening them to send derogatory messages to the friends and family members of the victims.

Kadapa District Police Superintendent KKN Anburajan said he received a complaint from one person, Bandi Sai Kumar Reddy of CK Dinne Mandal, against harassment from loan application organizers. Special teams have been formed to investigate the case and have previously arrested one of the defendants.

The plaintiff, who works as a marketing manager in a cement company, applied for a loan of Rs 95,000 from Rupees Cash – Rupees Loan apps by uploading his phone number and Aadhar details. The app organizers credited Rs 65,000 to Reddy’s account. Although Reddy has paid over Rs 3.71 lakh across 52 deals, organizers continue to harass him to pay another Rs 99,000.

Organizers threatened to send messages to family members and friends of Reddy calling him a cheater. By tracing the UPI IDs and account numbers used by the organizers, police identified the accused.

One of them, S Sai Kumar, was running ITEDON Solutions Private Limited, an unlicensed call center in Madhapur and called the victims. He receives the amount transferred to the accounts of his employees and friends and after taking the commission, he transferred the same amount to the organizers of the application. Anburajan said he identified transactions worth 5 crores made through the accounts of employees and friends of Sai Kumar. These `5 crore were transferred to the app organizers account.

The main defendants in these cases are identified as Anbu from Tamil Nadu and John Yadav from Rajasthan based on Sai Kumar’s confession. Besides Sai Kumar from Kothagudem district in Telangana, the police arrested J Siva from Nagar Kurnool, Palakollu Sai Teja from Kothagudem, N Naveen Goud and P Srikanth, both from Hyderabad.

The SP warned young people against engaging in such online fraud and against providing their bank and OTP details to any other known or unknown second person. It just funnels the flow of money from the innocent to the cheaters, he said. He added that they will take action against unlicensed ITEDON SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD Tele-call center and remaining defendant who originated the offence.

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The SP warned young people against engaging in such online fraud and against providing their bank and OTP details to any other second person. It only drives the flow of money from the innocent to the cheaters, he said.

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3 more detained for loan app fraud in Chandigarh : The Tribune India https://paydayadvance2two.com/3-more-detained-for-loan-app-fraud-in-chandigarh-the-tribune-india/ Wed, 05 Oct 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://paydayadvance2two.com/3-more-detained-for-loan-app-fraud-in-chandigarh-the-tribune-india/ Tribune press service Chandigarh, October 4 UT police have arrested three other suspects in the instant loan app fraud case. The suspects are Madhukar Dubey (38) and Rajesh Mathur (40), both residents of Ghaziabad, and C Chinnasamy Sellappan from Dindigul in Tamil Nadu. A sum of Rs 17.31 lakh allegedly made by deceiving […]]]>


Tribune press service

Chandigarh, October 4

UT police have arrested three other suspects in the instant loan app fraud case. The suspects are Madhukar Dubey (38) and Rajesh Mathur (40), both residents of Ghaziabad, and C Chinnasamy Sellappan from Dindigul in Tamil Nadu.

A sum of Rs 17.31 lakh allegedly made by deceiving people has been recovered from those arrested. Additionally, 20 bank accounts containing Rs 60 lakh were frozen. Additionally, 41 cell phones and nine laptops were recovered from the suspects.

Police said analyzes of the flow of money to different bank accounts/UPI IDs suggested that the amount was transferred to bogus bank accounts of fictitious/fake companies run by the suspects. The police also uncovered pan-Indian money laundering and hawala operations by the suspects.

Investigations revealed that the suspects were taking advantage of TPS through several transactions in different fictitious/fake companies.

“We are writing to the relevant department for further investigation. The suspicious role of some bank officials/managers has also been highlighted and we will verify this,” an official said.

Additionally, notices have been sent to some companies/businesses, allegedly involved in the flow of ill-gotten money, to join the investigation.

On September 12, the UT Police Cyber ​​Crime Cell claimed to have arrested 21 gang members, including a Chinese national living illegally in India, for duping people under the guise of providing them with an instant online loan and extort money.

The modus operandi was to offer victims an instant loan via SMS or FB. Once you clicked on the link, the “Hugo Loan” app installed, giving the suspects access to the victims’ contacts and gallery. A small loan amount has been deposited into the account. Even though the money was refunded, threatening calls were made asking for more money or tweaked photos were shared with contacts.

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29 out of 60 suspects detained of six states

1,578 links found across the country

89 FIRs filed across the country so far

Party under the radar

Chairman of the Bhartiya Rajnitik Vikalp (BRVP) party was invited to join the investigation because a certain sum had been transferred from suspicious bank accounts to the party’s account.

2 of them hawala operators

  • Madhukar Dubey transferred Rs 30-40 cr to shell companies via hawala
  • Rajesh Mathur has managed Rs 40-50 cr hawala transactions in 2-3 years
  • Rs 15 cr was transferred to the account of C Chinnasamy Sellappan
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Five inmates in loan application harassment case – The New Indian Express https://paydayadvance2two.com/five-inmates-in-loan-application-harassment-case-the-new-indian-express/ Tue, 04 Oct 2022 23:19:00 +0000 https://paydayadvance2two.com/five-inmates-in-loan-application-harassment-case-the-new-indian-express/ By Express press service KADAPA: The crackdown on organizers of loan applications and those who facilitate or support them continued Tuesday with the arrest of five people by state police, including one who ran a call center without license at Madhapur in Hyderabad. The accused, S Sai Kumar, was running the call center and phoning […]]]>

By Express press service

KADAPA: The crackdown on organizers of loan applications and those who facilitate or support them continued Tuesday with the arrest of five people by state police, including one who ran a call center without license at Madhapur in Hyderabad. The accused, S Sai Kumar, was running the call center and phoning the borrowers to demand repayment of the loan amount. He even intimidated borrowers, in addition to sending derogatory messages to their family members and friends.

Kadapa District Police Superintendent KKN Anburajan said he received a complaint from Bandi Sai Kumar Reddy of CK Dinne mandal against loan app organizer for harassment. Special teams have been formed to investigate the case where an accused has been arrested.

The plaintiff, who works as a marketing manager in a cement company, applied for a loan of Rs 95,000 from the ‘Rupees Cash – Rupees Loan’ app by uploading his phone number and Aadhaar card details. The app organizers credited Rs 65,000 to Reddy’s account.

Although Reddy paid more than Rs 3.71 lakh across 52 deals, organizers continued to harass him to pay Rs 99,000 more. They threatened to send messages to family members and friends of Reddy calling him a cheater. By tracing the UPI IDs and account numbers used by the organizers, police identified the accused.

One of them, Sai Kumar, ran ITEDON Solutions Private Limited, an unlicensed call center in Madhapur. He received the amount transferred to the accounts of his employees and friends. After taking the commission, he was transferring the same to the app organizers.

The SP said it identified transactions worth Rs 5 crore made through the accounts of Sai Kumar’s employees and friends. The main defendants in the case have been identified as Anbu from Tamil Nadu and John Yadav from Rajasthan. Besides Sai Kumar from Kothagudem district in Telangana, police arrested J Siva from Nagarkurnool, P Sai Teja from Kothagudem, N Naveen Goud and P Srikanth from Hyderabad. The SP urged people not to provide their bank details and OTPs to another second person, known or unknown, to protect themselves from cyber fraud.

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Five more detained in Crackdown on loan application in Hyderabad – The New Indian Express https://paydayadvance2two.com/five-more-detained-in-crackdown-on-loan-application-in-hyderabad-the-new-indian-express/ Tue, 04 Oct 2022 20:53:00 +0000 https://paydayadvance2two.com/five-more-detained-in-crackdown-on-loan-application-in-hyderabad-the-new-indian-express/ By Express press service KADAPA: The crackdown on organizers of loan applications and those who facilitate or support them continued Tuesday with the arrest of five people by state police, including one who ran a call center not licensed in Madhapur in Hyderabad. The accused, S Sai Kumar, was running the call center and phoning […]]]>

By Express press service

KADAPA: The crackdown on organizers of loan applications and those who facilitate or support them continued Tuesday with the arrest of five people by state police, including one who ran a call center not licensed in Madhapur in Hyderabad.

The accused, S Sai Kumar, was running the call center and phoning the borrowers to demand repayment of the loan amount. He even intimidated borrowers, in addition to sending derogatory messages to their family members and friends.

Kadapa District Superintendent of Police KKN Anburajan said he received a complaint from Bandi Sai Kumar Reddy of CK Dinne mandal against harassment from loan application organizers. Special teams were formed to investigate the case and the accused was arrested.

The plaintiff, who works as a marketing manager in a cement factory, applied for a loan of Rs 95,000 from the ‘Rupees Cash – Rupees Loan’ app by uploading his phone number and Aadhaar card details. The app organizers credited Rs 65,000 to Reddy’s account.

Although Reddy paid more than Rs 3.71 lakh across 52 deals, organizers continued to harass him to pay another Rs 99,000. They threatened to send messages to family members and friends of Reddy calling him a cheater. By tracing the UPI IDs and account numbers used by the organizers, police identified the defendants.

One of them, Sai Kumar, ran ITEDON Solutions Private Limited, an unlicensed call center in Madhapur. He received the amount transferred to the accounts of his employee and his friends. After taking the commission, he was transferring the same to the app organizers.

The SP said it identified transactions worth Rs 5 crore made through the accounts of Sai Kumar’s employees and friends. The sum was transferred to the account of the organizers of the application. The main defendants in the case have been identified as Anbu from Tamil Nadu and John Yadav from Rajasthan. Apart from Sai Kumar from Kothagudem district in Telangana, police arrested J Siva from Nagarkurnool, Palakollu Sai Teja from Kothagudem, N Naveen Goud and P Srikanth from Hyderabad.

The SP urged people not to provide their bank details and OTPs to any other second person, known or unknown, who could not only lead the flow of money from innocent people to cheaters. Tough action would also be taken against ITEDON Solutions Private Limited and other defendants in the case.

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29 ACCUSED ARRESTED ACROSS INDIA https://paydayadvance2two.com/29-accused-arrested-across-india/ Tue, 04 Oct 2022 15:24:00 +0000 https://paydayadvance2two.com/29-accused-arrested-across-india/ 1578 LINKS FOUND ACROSS THE COUNTRY, INCLUDING 89 FIR Face2News/Chandigarh The police station’s cybercrime scored a major success with the arrest of a Chinese national who was overstaying his visa and the kingpin of an illegal instant loan apps racket run with a battery of 60 people under him . Another 29 defendants were arrested […]]]>

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The police station’s cybercrime scored a major success with the arrest of a Chinese national who was overstaying his visa and the kingpin of an illegal instant loan apps racket run with a battery of 60 people under him . Another 29 defendants were arrested in a month-long marathon operation across 6 states.

Continued Investigation of Case FIR No. 33 of 03.09.2022 U/S 384, 468, 471, 420, 509, 120B IPC PS- Cyber ​​Crime, Chandigarh and FIR No. 28 of 30.08.2022 U /S 384, 419, 420, 120B IPC PS- Cyber ​​Crime, Chandigarh, 4 other people have been arrested and raids are underway to arrest the remaining defendants. Massive money laundering, opening of front companies, mule accounts, fake political parties and trusts have been exposed.

Those arrested include students, tax consultant/lawyer, directors of Shell companies/enterprises, Hawala Karobari, property dealers.

NEW ARRESTS:

Madhukar Dubey S/o Ram Krishan Dubey, #A-708, Saya Zenith, Indirapuram, Ghaziabad, Up., 38 years old. He revealed that he has been involved in Hawala Karobar for 2-3 years and has handled around 30-40 crore in Hawala transactions. He used to trade in shell companies and deliver the money to many people in different places.

Rajesh Mathur S/o Ram Khiladi, #5/142 1st Floor, Sector 5, Vaishali, Ghaziabad, UP, 40s. He revealed that he has been involved in Hawala Karobar for 2-3 years and has managed about 40-50 crores of Hawala Karobar. He used to do business in shell companies and deliver the deal to many people in different places.

Chinnasamy Sellappan N/A Sellappan R/o #1/394, Elumalakovil Street, Thanga Chiamapatti, Oddanchatram, Dindigul, Tamilnadu. He revealed that Rs. 15 Crores cheated amount transferred to his account

Total Rs. 17.31 lakhs alleged defrauded money recovered from those arrested and an amount of around 60 misses was withheld from bank accounts and 20 bank accounts were also frozen. In addition, 41 mobile phones, 9 laptops recovered from those arrested. While analyzing the flow of money to different bank accounts / UPI IDs, it appeared that all the defrauded amount transferred to the fake bank accounts of fictitious / fake companies managed by the aforementioned accused and all the accounts managed by these accused are involved in money laundering and Hawala Karobar all over India.

Total Rs. 17.31 lakhs alleged defrauded money recovered from those arrested and an amount of around 60 misses was withheld from bank accounts and 20 bank accounts were also frozen. In addition, 41 mobile phones, 9 laptops recovered from those arrested. While analyzing the flow of money to different bank accounts / UPI IDs, it appeared that all the defrauded amount transferred to the fake bank accounts of fictitious / fake companies managed by the aforementioned accused and all the accounts managed by these accused are involved in money laundering and Hawala Karobar all over India.

During the investigation of these defendants it was also found that they are also profiting from the GST through multiple transactions in different shell/fake company accounts and we are also writing a letter to the relevant department for further investigation on these aspects and suspicious role of some bank officials/managers is also involved in this scam and we will check this factor as well.

In addition, investigation participation notice has also been sent to some firms/companies involved in money flow of deceived amount of instant loan application scam. A notice of participation in the investigation was also sent to the chairman of the Bhartiya Rajnitik Vikalp party, as an amount was transferred from alleged bank accounts to the account of the Bhartiya Rajnitik Vikalp party.

From the interrogation and revelation of the arrested defendants Rajesh Mathur and Madhukar Dubey, he came to notice that persons namely Ayush Agarwal and Daksh Partap Singh of Agra are involved in the Hawala Karobar in the amount of around 100 crores and they transfer the money to China via telegraphic transfer (TT), cryptocurrency. Their warrants for their arrest without bail have been obtained from Hon’ble Court and police teams are raiding them to arrest them.

From the investigation conducted so far, it has been noticed that the person i.e. Raj Vaishnav of Chittorgarh Rajasthan is handling major accounts involved in hawala karobar and money laundering and about Rs. 10 crores transferred by him daily. Non-releasable arrest warrants for Raj Vaishnav @ Raj King obtained from court.

PS-Cyber ​​Crime team was in Tamil Nadu since last week and accused C. Chinnasamy Sellappan arrested from Tamilnadu and plaintiff received the loan amount in his ICICI bank account and he disclosed that he had sold his ICICI bank account to a person namely Saifi Mohammad resident of Kerala and he is managing his account.

In instant loan app scam people install loan application to borrow small amount and during installation the app looks for access to victim’s contacts, gallery and after that, the crooks are transforming the image available in victim’s gallery and posting it on social media, because of this about 60 people committed suicide all over India and people are also hesitant to file a complaint. Now, Chandigarh Police, after arresting 29 accused of instant loan scam, victimized people are being encouraged to file complaints regarding the loan application scam.

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Pune Cyber ​​Crime Team Raided Banglore Call Center Arrested 18 https://paydayadvance2two.com/pune-cyber-crime-team-raided-banglore-call-center-arrested-18/ Fri, 30 Sep 2022 18:39:31 +0000 https://paydayadvance2two.com/pune-cyber-crime-team-raided-banglore-call-center-arrested-18/ Photo: iStock By Swarali Joshirao. The Pune Police Cyber ​​Crime Team has arrested a total of 18 defendants, 11 from Banglore and 7 from various parts of Maharashtra. With investigation and forensic evidence, the team raided a Banglore-based call center from where 70 lakhs in cash with 1 lakh contacts from their database were seized. […]]]>

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By Swarali Joshirao.

The Pune Police Cyber ​​Crime Team has arrested a total of 18 defendants, 11 from Banglore and 7 from various parts of Maharashtra. With investigation and forensic evidence, the team raided a Banglore-based call center from where 70 lakhs in cash with 1 lakh contacts from their database were seized. From 2020 to August 2022, Pune Police received 4778 requests.

Other materials seized in the raid include 48 handsets, 65 bank accounts,

1 computer, 1 laptop

27 passbooks/checkbooks,

167 Debit/Credit Cards, 30 Aircel/Visimcards, 1 ATM, 15 Panoramic Cards, 11 Aadharcard

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Police Commissioner Pune Amitabh Gupta told Mirror Now: “We have arrested 18 people, seized Rs 70 lakh and 1 lakh contacts in the call center database. At least those 1 lakh will be relieved. We destroyed a small module of a widespread racket in the country. We will write to the various relevant authorities of the Play Store, banks and other stakeholders. While explaining the international links, he said: “It is too early to tell, but the Internet has no borders. We have leads that present the possibility of links in other countries.”

About the modus operandi of these online extortion rackets through petty loan applications: Fake loan applications are made available on play store or other websites. To download these apps, a series of permissions are requested from camera, gallery, contacts, SMS, location, microphone, etc., which provides full access to data. Once the victims download the app, they immediately get a loan ranging from 500 to 7000 rupees. Followed by this when it is time to return the sum, the interest rate up to 300% is charged. If a victim does not pay threatening calls, messages are sent. Morphed images, nude images and morphed documents are sent to scare the victim to make them pay.

Currently, Cyber ​​Crime Pune has 2 ongoing cases, the number may increase. In one such case, a 30-year-old man was duped out of 13 lakhs 88 thousand. He went to pay a huge sum as he was caught in the vicious cycle of lending. Pune Police have called on people not to download such scam apps, nothing is free. And even if you accidentally log into the app so you don’t get scared because of the threatening messages, report it to the police instead.

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