A case of theft has been reported from different SBI ATMs in Bhopal. A case has been registered against the accused at the Bajaria police ...
According to the police, Mukesh Malviya, a resident of Rohit Nagar Phase-II, is the manager of the company. His company maintains SBI ATMs. On March 21, Rs 500 was stolen from an SBI ATM in Purushottam Nagar. There have been reports of theft of cash for the past several days. Similarly, ATMs in Chanakyapuri were also ransacked. The employees of the company started monitoring the ATM booths.
On March 21, I started looking at ATMs in Semra, Purushottam Nagar. Meanwhile, a youth was arrested by the police from the ATM. The staff immediately informed the police. The accused has been identified as Rajesh Kumar (18), a resident of Bihar. Other members of the gang were also arrested.
The fraudsters open accounts at fake names and addresses in the bank. Make an ATM card. The cheats then arrive at the ATM and make transactions as per the cash limit. Once the cash is withdrawn, the ATM's cash tray shutter is closed with the PIN or key. Three times, he was hit by a cash shutter and kept inside. In a bank system, it takes 20 seconds to get the money back. While 80% of the fraud money is withdrawn before the money is returned, 20% is left in the tray. Which goes back after 20 seconds. The bank records show that 80 per cent of the cash has been withdrawn.