Rs 9 crore fraud: EOW probes case
New Delhi: The Economic Offences Wing (EOW) of Delhi Police has started a probe in the case of cheating after a person alleged that he was duped on the false pretext of multiplying the money and making huge profits.
According to police, the suspects have cheated the victim in the case for about Rs nine crore. The complainant told them that in the year 2009 started his real estate business. "In the course of his business, he met two accused who were in the real estate business. Through their company goodwill and company, they could assess that the informant was new in the real estate business with no experience," police said.
Complainant further told police that All the accused prevailed upon the informant to enter into financial terms with them and become business partners whereby he would make windfall gains beyond his imagination. "Based on such false promises the informant was induced to part with his money get cheated systematically. The suspects in the case induced the informant to invest money into their ongoing projects instead of acquiring a new project.
Another case was registered with the EOW in which the complainant alleged that his company has been cheated by placing the order of another company and getting goods imported from Taiwan. "Later it was found that the Taiwan company is the sister company of suspect. The suspect took the goods and also got the payment made to its sister's company in Taiwan. In another case, a complainant running a non-banking financial company alleged that he was cheated by another company and its official in the garb of loan. The complainant's company is engaged in the business of providing financial assistance in the form of various products from time to time.