Pretend name centre busted in Gurugram; 28 held


Sanjay Yadav

Gurugram, December 2 

In a late-night raid, a chief minister flying squad busted a fake call centre where they detained 26 men, including four women.

The call centre was being run in a rented building where the owner was being paid Rs 2.5 lakh a month.

Seven hard disks were confiscated from the call centre.

An FIR has been registered at Cybercrime police station under sections of fraud and IT Act.

DSP Inderjeet Yadav said the raid was conducted after a tip off alleging that US nationals were allegedly being duped by using their social-security numbers obtained through pop-ups.

The two partners of call centre, who were identified as Anurag Tiwari and Kirti Kumar Keshav, both natives of Jind district in Haryana, have been arrested.

The master mind of call centre identified as Lokender, a native of Ahemdabad managed to flee from the spot.



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