Delhi Police busts fake call centre, arrests 4 people

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Delhi Police busted a pretend name centre and arrested Amit Kumar, Govind Singh and two feminine telecallers. The pretend name centre was dishonest folks underneath the pretext of giving reductions on cell phones. The pretend name centre has been in operation for the final two months.

On Monday, August 1, the South Rohini police station acquired data concerning an individual who was operating a pretend name centre and dishonest folks on the pretext of giving reductions on cell phones.

Officers instantly shaped a staff and reached the spot the place the info had been verified by the investigating officer.

Within the enquiry, it was revealed that the calls had been made to residents of distant areas in Punjab, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Jharkhand, Assam, Chattisgarh, Odissa and Maharashtra based mostly on the traces of script written by ladies workers (telecallers). Orders had been booked to ship Vivo telephones at a reduced value of Rs 4,000.

DUMMY ARTICLES IN PLACE OF MOBILE PHONES

The orders had been confirmed for money on supply in order that these gullible folks would belief them. Later, a parcel containing dummy clay articles that weighed the identical because the cell phone field was despatched to clients via publish.

Accordingly, a case was registered and additional investigations had been taken up. The first accused, 40-year-old Amit Kumar, a resident of Jain Mandir, Bhajanpura, Delhi and one other accused, Govind Singh, had been arrested within the case.

Two ladies, who had been working as telecallers within the name centre, had been questioned at size. The decision centre was reportedly being operated for the final two months on the present location by the accused, Amit Kumar and Govind Singh.

Police recovered 20 registers, 16 large cotton sacks containing almost 600 cell parcel containers, 18 packed cell containers, out of which 11 parcels are with barcodes prepared for supply, 2 parcels are with out barcodes, 5 unpacked parcel containers and 26 small keypad telephones.

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