Pharmaceutical job aspirant loses thousands in online fraud | Bhopal News

Bhopal: A 24-year-old woman was allegedly duped online of Rs 17,698 on the pretext of a job opportunity in a pharmaceutical company. The accused contacted the victim and took his telephone interviews. Then they asked her to deposit the money for a 12 day training and then broke off contact with her.
Police said Devanshi Bordia, a resident of Mandakini Colony in Kolar, was looking for a job. On January 19, a woman posing as a human resources manager called her and offered her a job at a pharmaceutical company. She asked him to take a telephone interview, a technical test and a psychometric test. Then she asked him to submit his documents including grade sheets for class 10 and 12 as well as BPharma grade sheet and Aadhaar card.
The woman asked him to take training with an online company. Another woman contacted her introducing herself as a manager of a training company and asked her to submit an online form for a 12-day training. Then she asked him to transfer Rs 17698 towards training fees. Once she deposited the money, the two women turned off their phones and they were unreachable. Realizing she was being duped, she went to the police and filed a complaint.
Meanwhile, in another case registered at Piplani police station, a businessman Deepak Soni, 31, a resident of Shiv Nagar in Anand Nagar, filed a complaint with police claiming he was duped by a fraudster online from Rs 17,992 on Jan 28. The accused siphoned the money from his account in three transactions. Following his complaint, the police registered a case.

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