Mangaluru: A man allegedly lost Rs 99,860 while seeking refund of a ticket that he had booked through a reputed online travel agency.
As per the compliant filed by the victim with the CEN police, he had made a ticket booking on January 8 by making an online payment of Rs 6,380. However as he didn’t get the ticket he called the company for a refund of the paid amount.
The company executive reportedly asked for the last six digits of his account number and gave an assurance that the refund would reflect in his account within two days’ time.
Later, on January 11 the victim got a notification from his bank that his account has been debited for Rs 99,860. Realising that a fraud has been committed, the victim filed a complaint with bank as well as CEN police.
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