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Vadodara woman cheated by gang promise to get her a job as teacher in Abu Dhabi

Vadodara woman cheated by gang promise to get her a job as teacher in Abu Dhabi
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A cyber crime complaint has been registered against a gang who allegedly cheated a Vadodara woman of Rs 14.34 lakh promise to get a job as a teacher in Abu Dhabi. The accused advertised in the newspapers to lure the job-seeking unemployed. Based on the complaint, the Cyber ​​Crime Police has registered a case under different sections including fraud against 13 persons, including different bank account holders, e-mail ID holders and investigate further to arrest the swindlers.

According to the cyber crime complaint, Srinivas Iyer lives with family in Dhanlaxmi Society in Karelibaug area of ​​Vadodara city and work in the administrative department of Alkapuri-based LIC office in the city. Performs duties in the administrative department at the office. His wife is trying to get a job as a teacher. Meanwhile, in 2019, there was a advertisement in the newspaper about requirement of a teacher at Mashreq International School at Abu Dhabi.

After reading the advertisement, Srinivas Aiyar's wife, who was looking for a job as a teacher, contacted them online on the phone numbers given in the advertisement. The fraudsters then swindled Rs 14,34,735 online, using various excuses such as medical fitness, visa and requirement. The woman's husband Srinivasa Aiyar had lodged a complaint against 13 members of the gang in cyber crime for fraud of promise her a job as a teacher and not returning the Rs 14.34 lakh they swindled from them.

Cyber ​​Crime as registered the case against 13 members of a gang on charges of fraud and other sections on the complaint by Srinivas Aiyar. It is noteworthy that despite the increasing number of online frauds, people are becoming victims of such crimes. Even highly educated people are falling prey to such online frauds. Warnings are issued from time to time through news and social media by the police to prevent people from falling victim to online scams. But still they fall prey to such frauds.

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