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A courier delivery agent defrauded Amazon India of Rs 1.3 crore

A courier delivery agent defrauded Amazon India of Rs 1.3 crore over a span of five months. While the modus operandi of the operation is not yet clear, the class-10 dropout allegedly rigged the card payments made through a digital tab provided by the e-commerce operator. 

The accused Darshan alias Dhruva, aged 25, had his friends order expensive items delivered without any actual transfer of money, according to a Times of India report. Dhruv's crew consisted of four other youth who have been arrested, and products worth Rs. 25 lakh were seized from them. Electronic items recovered include 21 smartphones, a laptop, an iPod, Apple watch and separately four bikes were also seized. 

'We suspect Darshan had tinkered with the tab and cheated the company by generating a false alert every time. To ascertain the modus operandi, we have sent the tab to the forensic lab,' the SP told.     

short by: NP / read more at Times Now

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