The Gautam Buddh Nagar police on Tuesday arrested a Haryana-based man who’s accused of duping folks of their cash by promising them jobs, officers mentioned.
Akshay Walia, a local of Kurukshetra in Haryana, was arrested by the Cyber Cell of the police, they mentioned
He would guarantee gullible folks of getting them jobs and used social networking websites like LinkedIn to focus on them, the officers mentioned.
“As soon as the goal was trapped, he would ship them cast paperwork like a job supply letter after which ask them to make funds to him on e-wallets like Paytm,” Further Deputy Commissioner of Police, Central Noida, Ankur Aggarwal mentioned.
He mentioned an engineer had not too long ago approached the Gautam Buddh Nagar police alleging fraud by Walia after which an FIR was lodged on the Part 2 police station in Noida and the Cyber Cell joined the probe.
“The engineer was looking for jobs on LinkedIn the place the accused contacted him and promised a job. He then despatched him a faux job supply letter and different paperwork and in return requested him to pay Rs 77,880 through Paytm,” the officer mentioned.
“After some days, the accused went inaccessible and finally it dawned on the engineer that he had been duped,” he mentioned.
Because the investigation progressed, Walia was arrested and his two cellphones have been seized. The police have additionally acquired his Paytm account frozen which had Rs 1,90,000 in it, Mr Aggarwal mentioned, including the accused has equally conned another folks, too.
The officer requested folks to be cautious about their on-line exercise and suggested them to confirm any provides they get from nameless folks.