Singh said the caller asked for the CVV number of his card.
She then gave me the offer, stating that I had earned Rs 5000 as credit points and the same could be transferred to my monthly bill amount to get Rs 10,000 as cashback,” he said.
“When I refused to share my CVV number, she said I need not tell her but only fill it up in a link that she would send me over phone.
After I entered the CVV there, my card was debited of Rs 9,898 as many as five times,” he said.Police have launched an investigation.
Bhupendra Singh, the manager, did not believe the caller initially, but shared his details when the woman was able to tell the number of his card and postal address correctly.
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