16.26 Crore Cheated From Handicraft Businessman In Jodhpur Rajasthan News – Rajasthan: Fraud of 16.26 crores from businessman

16.26 Crore Cheated From Handicraft Businessman In Jodhpur Rajasthan News – Rajasthan: Fraud of 16.26 crores from businessman
16.26 Crore Cheated From Handicraft Businessman In Jodhpur Rajasthan News – Rajasthan: Fraud of 16.26 crores from businessman

Arvind Kalani is a handicraft exporter.
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A case of cheating of Rs 16 crore 26 lakh from a businessman has come to light in Jodhpur district of Rajasthan. Vicious thugs duped the businessmen through foreign mobile numbers and social media. After this, 16 crore 26 lakh rupees were deposited in different accounts by getting 101 online transactions done. By the time the businessman suspected the fraud, it was too late. On Wednesday, the victim reached the police station and registered a case.

According to media reports, the matter pertains to the city’s Mahamandir police station. Arvind Kalani, who lives in Paota of Thana area, is a handicraft exporter. The products made by them are sold in the country and abroad as well. Arvind told the police that on October 31, he received a message on WhatsApp. The sender of the message identified himself as Isla Dominic and the company name as MetaOption. Also sent the address of his own company website

After this, Isla Dominic got many people in touch with him by calling him the advisor of the company on WhatsApp. Arvind spoke to many foreign people including Andrew Rich, Mike B. Foray and Raphael Soros. Due to having a foreign number and foreign name, he fell into their trap. Vicious thugs tricked Arvind to invest in the company. He said that if you invest in our company, you will get 20 to 40 percent return. He briefed Arvind about the Bronze, Silver and Gold memberships of the company, among others. Also guaranteed the return of the investment.

Arvind took silver membership on November 1 under the guise of thugs. As its fee, he transferred two and a half lakh rupees to the account mentioned by the thugs. When he got a good return on the silver membership, he transferred another Rs 1 lakh. Accordingly, till 21st, Arvind transferred lakhs of rupees online in different times to the account mentioned by the thugs. By November 21, businessman Arvind had sent Rs 16 crore 26 lakh to the thugs’ account.

In order to trap businessman Arvind, the vicious thugs also made him do things like agreement and digital signature etc. After swindling Rs 16 crore 26 lakh, the thugs started pressurizing him to take gold membership instead of silver membership. When Arvind refused to take the membership and asked to return the full amount, the accused blocked him. After this, Arvind came to know about the fraud with him.

Businessman Arvind told the police that he used to talk to the thugs only on WhatsApp. He started talking to the thugs only through chatting. After this, the accused took him under the guise of investing in the company. The special thing is that the number on which Arvind was talking was foreign, but the bank accounts to which the accused thugs got the money transferred are all Indians.

In such a situation, the police suspect that this could be the work of a foreign criminal sitting in the country. However, it is also being suspected that this may be the work of an online fraud gang of the country itself. Police said that on the complaint of businessman Arvind, a case has been registered and investigation has been started. The accused are being searched on the basis of mobile and account numbers. Efforts are also being made to get back the cheated amount.

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A case of cheating of Rs 16 crore 26 lakh from a businessman has come to light in Jodhpur district of Rajasthan. Vicious thugs duped the businessmen through foreign mobile numbers and social media. After this, 16 crore 26 lakh rupees were deposited in different accounts by getting 101 online transactions done. By the time the businessman suspected the fraud, it was too late. On Wednesday, the victim reached the police station and registered a case.

According to media reports, the matter pertains to the city’s Mahamandir police station. Arvind Kalani, who lives in Paota of Thana area, is a handicraft exporter. The products made by them are sold in the country and abroad as well. Arvind told the police that on October 31, he received a message on WhatsApp. The sender of the message identified himself as Isla Dominic and the company name as MetaOption. Also sent the address of his own company website


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