Fake call centre in south Delhi busted, 13 held
New Delhi: The cyber cell of South district has arrested 12 women and their “team leader” for allegedly running a fake call centre and duping people on pretext of...
- Rahul Chugh
- Sep 14, 2021
Most of the women are residents of south Delhi and aged around 20-21. Their manager has been identified as Ashish Kumar (24), a resident of Prehladpur in south Delhi, said Atul Thakur, DCP (South).
The accused allegedly contacted job seekers and conducted interviews. They took an “application processing fee” of Rs 2,000-5,000 and blocked the contact after receiving the payment, the cops said, adding that around 300 people had been duped by them.
According to police, they had received a tip-off from an informer that a fake call center was running in Devli. A raid was conducted in Raju Park locality and the call centre busted.
They sought the list of job aspirants from various job portals and then called up individuals informing about vacancies in banks, airlines, PSUs, etc, and invited applications.
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