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Debit card fraud : Uppinangady man loses Rs 1.02 lakh

Debit card fraud : Uppinangady man loses Rs 1.02 lakh

Mangalore Today News Network

Puttur, Jan 4, 2016 : In a case of debit card fraud, a person from Uppinangady has lost Rs 1,02,000 on December 30. The victim  Mohammad Haneef has lodged a complaint with Uppinangady Police.

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As per the complaint, at around 11.48 pm on December 30, Mohammad had received an SMS stating that  Rs 50,000 was withdrawn from his State Bank  of India twice, while Rs 2000 cash was withdrawn from an ATM in Goa.

When Mohammad visited his bank the next day, the officials there confirmed that Rs 1.02 lakh has been withdrawn from his account. As per the bank records  a sum of Rs one lakh was deposited by POS to ’Travel Boss’ account in Mumbai while Rs 2000   was drawn from the  ATM located at Anjuana beach area in Goa.

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Priyanka A Shetty, Jeppu Wed, January-4-2017, 5:33
Totally Confused? how is it possible
Mohini Rai, Bejai Wed, January-4-2017, 5:20
The bank has to make clear about this incident as the without lossing or sharing our card how can it happen
Naresh S, Udupi Wed, January-4-2017, 5:18
How can this be possible . The public have to be more careful as Debit cards are also not safe.?
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