EOW probing cheating case
New Delhi: Delhi Police Economic Offences Wing (EOW) has started a probe after they registered a case of cheating on the complaint non-banking financial company. The complainant alleged that suspects made fraudulent representations to them, induced, deceived their company (complainant) to grant loans and avoided to make repayment of the same.
According to police, the suspects include two directors of private companies. "The complainant in the case said that their company is engaged in rendering loans, finance facilities to the intending borrowers, primarily against collateral securities," police said. The complainant told police that the first loan in the sum of Rs one crore was granted in favour of accused by them vide a corporate loan agreement in the year 2013. The second loan in the sum of Rs three crores fifty lakhs was granted in favour of the accused vides a loan agreement. Later it was found that nine cheques given by the suspects were returned dishonoured upon presentation with the remarks insufficient funds.
A woman claimed that she was duped by the directors of a private company." The woman wanted to invest her money in some good property deal in Delhi-NCR. The suspects approached her and said that they will provide a smart office home office with the assured return to their project in Gurgaon sector 74," the complainant told the police. The woman alleged that she invested 70 lakhs and later got duped.
In another case two NRIs were duped of their money on the pretext of investment.