Former Indian cricketer Vinod Kambli has recently lodged a complaint at the Bandra police station. In the complaint lodged, Kambli said that he was a victim of cyber fraud.
It is learned that the swindlers had defrauded Kambli of Rs one lakh. According to the complaint, he first received a call in the name of updating KYC, after which he swindled Rs 1,13,998 from Kambli’s account. According to information received, the case is dated December 3. The man who called Kambli identified himself as an employee of a private bank. The swindler, who turned out to be a bank employee over the phone, asked Kambli to provide some bank details to update the KYC and as soon as he got information about Kambli’s account, he blew out Rs 1 lakh from Kambli’s account.
However, after receiving the complaint, the cyber police with the help of the bank reversed the money transaction and Kambli got their money back. At the same time, the police have started an investigation and are trying to find out who is the holder of that account.
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