Arrest one declared two as wanted
Vadodara crime branch has exposed a gang for cheating under the pretext of giving loans to foreigners. The accused started an international call center without a license and start fraud in the name of giving loans to people living in United States. The crime branch team has arrested one of them and initiated proceedings in the matter.
As per details given by P.I. of Crime Branch A.B. Jadeja, Rohit Yogendra Sahu, resides in Jalanand township near Gorwa canal, Gini alias Maksudbeg Mirza (resides at 1473-1, Suleman Khan ni Chali, Relief Road, Ahmedabad) and David Markson alias Vijendra alias Viju Parmar (Res. 108, Ambikanagar, Diwalipura, Gotri, Vadodara) started an international call center without any permission or license. After getting names, mobile numbers, e-mail data of people living in America, and with the help of an application called Second Line and Tax Now. They then lure the customers by promised to give them loan from Kesle company at 4 to 5 percent interest.
The Americans willing to take a loan, were asked to py a processing fee against the loan. They cleverly took the 12 digit private number of target card and imbay card and ask for the processing fees. After recieved the payment they used to cheat them in the name of providing the loan. Police has arrested Rohit Yogendra Sahu in the matter and two of his accomplices have been declared wanted.
A laptop, 5 mobile phones were found from the arrested Rohit Sahu and further investigation is on in the matter.