'Tele-caller' dupes elderly woman in Pune

PUNE: Wakad police have booked an unidentified tele-caller for dishonest an aged lady to the song of Rs 40,000 by obtaining details of her bank account fraudulently in October, this year.

The lady (74), lodged a criticism with the Wakad police on Wednesday following which police booked the unidentified tele-caller.

According to first data document (FIR), the suspect referred to as up lady from other cell phone numbers. The suspect claimed that he was once an officer with a nationalised bank having its administrative center at Hubali in Karnataka.

The caller claimed that he was once updating the Aadhar card details of the bank’s customers as part of the necessary Know Your Customer (KYC) procedure. The lady then shared the details of her Aadhar card.

Following this, the woman received name of the suspect claiming that he has updated the Aadhar card details and he will also want details of her ATM card. The lady then shared details of her ATM card with the accused.

Within mins, the suspect used the details of her ATM card and transferred Rs 40,000 to some other bank account the usage of e-banking amenities, the FIR states.

The police officials have bought the details of the bank accounts to the which cash was once transferred. Police have also bought details of the cell phone numbers used in the crime. However, prima facie, each names and deal with of account holders as well as the cell phone quantity holders are found to be faux.
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