Similarly, Vibhor Agarwal of Naka was duped of Rs 10,000 in a deal of mobile phone.
In his complaint to police, Agarwal said that he sealed a deal of a mobile phone with one Ashish Verma on March 25.
The gang members are posing as armymen and security personnel to dupe online customers.“We are working on the case and will make a breakthrough soon,” he added.
The next day, I was asked to pay Rs 50,000 for road tax and insurance and then on March 24, additional Rs 50,000 for final delivery at my residence.
Singh told police that on March 20 he struck a deal with one Ajay Yadav who had shared his ID card of BSF commandant “On March 22, I was asked to deposit Rs 62,000 as advance.
Your support to NYOOOZ will help us to continue create and publish news for and from smaller cities, which also need equal voice as much as citizens living in bigger cities have through mainstream media organizations.
Stay updated with all the Lucknow Latest News headlines here. For more exclusive & live news updates from all around India, stay connected with NYOOOZ.