Card cloning: PGI nurse robbed of Rs 80,000
In yet another case of alleged card cloning, a Sector-47 resident has claimed that Rs 80, 000 was withdrawn from her SBI account. The transactions were made in Jammu and Kashmir.
Rajkumari, a nurse at PGIMER, alleged that her account had Rs 80,132. But on Sunday, when her husband went to withdraw money, the account showed only Rs 132 as balance. He then went to an SBI branch in Sector 41 where he got the details of the transactions.
It was found that money had been withdrawn through six transactions from an ATM in Jammu and Kashmir. While four transactions were of Rs 15,000 each, the other two were of Rs 10,000 each. A complaint was filed at the PGI police station.
In the past few days there has been a spate of incidents where money has been withdrawn from account holders of SBI banks. The transactions have been made outside the city.
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