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They seized 16 hard disks, 300 mobile SIM cards, three laptops and 37 mobile phones from the accused, who have been identified as Mohd Shakib Abdul Malik Caotwala (24), Girish Harbansh Jaiswal (33), Kamal Suresh Vishwakarma (31), Arjun Ramprakash Kanoujia (28) and Sharif Afzal Ahmad Khan (24).
Modus operandi The racket used to run three websites through which they offered people access to "exclusive online dating." The customers were asked to pay around Rs 1,000 through Paytm to access the service.
The police have been quoted by agencies as saying: "The registration fees paid by the customer used to get transferred into the bank account of a jeweller from the same area [as where the racket was running from: Masjid Bunder in South Mumbai].
The customers later used to realise that they have been duped." The capture The police, upon investigating the matter after receiving repeated complaints, found that while the Paytm number was constantly changing, the recipient of the funds was the same: the jeweller.
It would soon become apparent to them that they had been duped because no one would answer the phone.
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