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Bus associations fight, commuters hit

NYOOOZ 2018-09-12 05:30:00

Bus associations fight, commuters hit

  • By TOI
  • | Wednesday | 12th September, 2018


We’re calling it SIM Swipe as in each case, the number remained the same, but the SIM was changed.”In a recent case, taken by assistant police inspector,, a 60-year--old man received a call from the unknown number. The cybercrime cell has named it ‘SIM Swipe’ and has already received around nine complaints since November 2017, with most victims being senior citizens.Senior police inspector of the cybercrime cell, Manishtold Mirror, “Fraudsters are pretending to upgrade SIM cards and gaining access to any transactions that you conduct through your phone. He was told he would receive a text to he was to reply by pressing the number ‘1.’ After this call, the victim’s number was shut down. We are also investigating such cases.”Shende added, “The scamsters are making the customer apply for a new SIM and the victim unknowingly accepts the request. Vishakha VirkhareSIMShendeSachin GavateBiharOnline fraudsters have come up with a unique way to gain access to your bank accounts through yourcard.

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