Two Nigerians & One Local Arrested in India For Online Bank Fraud
The Delhi (India) Police, on April 8, 2008, arrested an ex-employee of a call center and two Nigerian people for allegedly operating a phishing scam. Sources said that the three individuals had stolen Rs.33.5 Lakhs from the bank accounts of about 30 people in the country after compromising 23 accounts between February and March 2008.
During the arrest, police confiscated a number of items from the trio's possession. These included cash of Rs.60,000, two laptops, five cell phones, five SIM cards, 50 duplicate bills of mobile phones, one expired and two forged passports, 17 credit and debit cards, 19 cheque books, a PAN card, Western Union Money transfer receipts, withdrawal slips, and seven fake driving licenses.
» SPAMfighter News - 15-04-2008