Jobless youth held for Rs 2 lakh online fraud

Written By Unknown on Kamis, 25 September 2014 | 22.23

MUMBAI: Two months after Rs 1.88 lakh was siphoned off a soap manufacturer's current account, the Parksite police in Vikhroli (W) nabbed a third-year commerce student, who, along with his aides, committed the fraud. Cops are trying to trace the kingpin, Habib.

The complaint was registered by soap manufacturer Hasmukh Gala when he found that the balance in his company's current account was only Rs 465. The fraud was committed on July 14. "Shahid Khan (22), the commerce student who was jobless for the last four months, was arrested last week after we traced one of the three bank account holders to which the money was transferred. The money was transferred to different accounts at Worli, Jogeshwari and Delhi. Khan, a Malwani resident, was traced after we arrested one Samir Shaikh who had provided his and his sister's account to the accused to transfer Rs 44,000 and Rs 43,000 respectively," said senior inspector Suresh Sakpal.

Gala learnt of the fraud when he logged into his netbanking account to check if he had received Rs 81,000 from a client. Though alerts were sent to Gala's mobile, he could not see them due to some problem in his network. Khan said the fraud was planned by Navi Mumbai resident, Habib, who is absconding. —V Narayan fraud,jobless youth

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