Thugs Using OLX, Hunters Making Online Purchases of Vehicles

Thugs Using OLX, Hunters Making Online Purchases of Vehicles
Thugs Using OLX, Hunters Making Online Purchases of Vehicles
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Thugs Using OLX, Hunters Making Online Purchases of Vehicles

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Gurugram Police has been told that the people involved in buying vehicles on OLX are called by the crooks on the pretext of giving delivery of the vehicle to the areas adjacent to Mewat i.e. Gurugram, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan.

If you are also going to buy and sell vehicles through online website OLX, be careful because thugs and robbers keep a close watch on this site. Thugs are sitting here to hunt people through fake IDs, mail, and numbers. The shocking figures of Gurugram police are also testifying to this.

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The figures of the Gurugram police of Haryana are astonishing. Gurugram Police has been told that on the purchase of vehicles on OLX, people involved in it are called on the pretext of giving delivery of the car to the areas adjacent to Mewat, i.e., Gurugram, Uttar Pradesh, and Rajasthan, and then cheating or robbing They carry out and escape.

In this case, DCP headquarters told that from January to September in Gurugram, more than 450 cases of such thugs and loot had been registered. In many cases, the accused were also arrested, but despite this, such cases are being registered continuously.

Gurugram Police DCP Cybercrime Nikita Gahwalat told that a new Jamtada gang is coming up in Mathura, Bharatpur, and Rajasthan in UP adjacent to Mewat, which by trapping their victim through OLX and committing acts like cheating or robbing them Started giving.

Nikita Gahwalat said that in the midst of all such incidents, the police had a meeting with OLX officers and issued protective instructions to them. So that such incidents can be stopped. In this case, OLX has also issued a letter and filed its reply and shown a commitment to secure its customers by working soon on all the guidelines and changes issued through the police.

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