Man from UP Arrested for Cheating by Offering Loan for Less Interest

Man from UP Arrested for Cheating by Offering Loan for Less Interest

Mangaluru: “Three persons from Uttar Pradesh were operating from Delhi and targetting people of Karnataka on phone promising them of providing a loan for minimum interest. On April 8, Karthik Poojary (24) from Panjimogeru filed a complaint that a woman named Neha from the Bharati Finance limited had called him and promised to provide Rs 2 lakh loan at 5% interest. Karthik believed her and paid Rs 1.7 lakh to various bank accounts provided by the accused as Security charge and Insurance. After receiving the amount, the caller stopped calling him. In this connection we have arrested a man from Uttar Pradesh”, said Police Commissioner Sandeep Patil in a press meet held at his office here on July 5.

The arrested has been identified as Yusuf Khan (29) from Janakpuri, Raghu Nagar Uttar Pradesh, his office is located in South West Delhi.

Addressing the mediapersons Sandeep Patil said, “The accused Yusuf Khan along with Naushad and Prabhakar started Bharati Finance Limited and were operating it through the www.bharatifinance.co.in website to cheat people. Yusuf Khan was working as a mediator to provide bank credit cards. Those who were contacting him through the website were assured of getting the loan at 5% interest and their documents such as the Aadhar card, pan card, photograph, income certificate, salary certificate and bank account details were collected. He was later calling them from the company for verification and emailing them the loan confirmation certificate. Those getting the confirmation for loan were asked to pay security charges, service charges, insurance charges and DD charges along with 4 months EMI as advance.”

Karthik Poojary had paid EMI of Rs 1.7 lakh but never get the loan. He has been cheated by Bharati Finance Limited. Karthik filed a case in the Cyber Crime police station which was registered under section 66 (C), 66(D) IT Act and section 420 IPC.

The cyber crime police got into action and contacted the Delhi Police to nab the culprits. On July 4, Yusuf Khan was arrested and 31 mobile phones, 2 laptops, 10 books with information of loans and Rs 70,000 cash was seized from his possession. The other two accused Naushad and Prabhakar are absconding and search is on to arrest them.

Under the direction of Police commissioner Sandeep Patil, DCP Law and order Hanumantharya, DCP Crime and Traffic Lakshmi Ganesh and with the co-operation of Delhi police the operation was carried out by the cybercrime police sub-inspector Chandrashekarayya, CCRB sub-inspector Shyam Sundar, CCB team Rajendra, Manoj, Omdas, Dinesh Bekal, Kumar, Maya Prabhu, Vijay Shetty and Videep.

Mangalorean.com இடுகையிட்ட தேதி: வியாழன், 4 ஜூலை, 2019