In another online cheating case, unidentified persons have siphoned off
The police claimed that the fraudsters hacked into the firm's e-mail address to track down a special code number - MKCN number - sent by a client to the firm's authorities to siphon off the money from its account.
The police said that the company authorities had sent their product to a client abroad February. To make their payment, the client first send the unique code to the company so it can withdraw money from
Senior police inspector Kalyan Vidhate told dna, "The client had sent this code to the company's mail identity. The fraudsters hacked the mail and took the code and subsequently got the money transferred to their account by making fake documents of the company's officials.
Subsequently, the company submitted a complaint application to
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