Fraud in the name of online class on education app, your loan issued in someone else's account.
In Delhi-NCR, there are new revelations of cheating in the name of online class. A similar case has also come up in Ghaziabad, in which a well-known finance company issued a loan incorrectly.
Ghaziabad:In Delhi-NCR, a peculiar case of cheating has come up in the name of online class. In Ghaziabad, a well-known finance company issued a loan incorrectly only on documents taken in the name of online class. Actually Dildar Singh, a resident of Ghaziabad, is a farmer by profession. According to Dildar Singh, during the lockdown, some questions started coming from the Extra Marks Education app on his son's mobile. When the son sent a reply on that app four or five times, a call came from that company. The caller said that your boy has passed the test, so we will give him good studies at low cost. Only two days after this, the people of the company came home and started talking about studying online till 12th for 35 thousand rupees.
Fraud through the medium of education app
According to the farmer, initially he gave Rs 5000 in the name of the child's education and along with that, he also signed a form. They also asked for the details of the bank's account, latest statement and a photocopy of Aadhaar. In the beginning, they said that your child will have a trial class. If you do not understand in the trial class, then you can stop it in between. My child did not like his trial class and refused to do the class. First, there was an argument with the company people about this matter, then they also agreed.
An FIR has been registered at Mussoorie police station against Extra Marks Education Private Limited and Bajaj Finance Kaushambi Branch.
A news of EMI deduction from the account was received after several months.
After a long time, Dildar Singh went to the bank for some work, he came to know that every month, 2 thousand rupees are being deducted from his account. The bank said that this EMI is going to Bajaj Finance. After discovering the branch of Bajaj Finance, it was found that a loan of Rs 50 thousand was taken on March 11 in the name of Dildar Singh and 30 thousand on March 13.
Documents in the name of online education.
According to Dildar Singh, this date was 4 days after the delivery of documents to the education company. Dildar Singh told the company that no such amount has come to his account, but the company was not ready to listen. Dildar Singh also gave a written complaint to the Ghaziabad police about this, but there was no action for a long time, Dildar Singh had to go to court.
Finally, on Friday, after the court's order, an FIR has been lodged against Extra Marks Education Private Limited and Bajaj Finance Kaushambi Branch at Mussoorie Police Station, Ghaziabad. Therefore, if you give your documents to another person without any identification and complete information, then you too may have to face problems like Dildar Singh. Wherever the documents are needed, take it yourself and submit it in front of you.