Ordering Pizza On Meals App Left A Bengaluru Man Poorer By Rs 95Okay 

Bengaluru techie positioned the pizza order on a meals supply app on his smartphone.

N.V. Sheikh of Bengaluru’s Koramangala space by no means may have imagined that consuming one pizza would price him a lot. The Bengaluru techie fell prey to a web based rip-off and misplaced a whopping INR 95,000 after ordering a pizza on-line. The incident happened on the afternoon of December 1, 2019, when he positioned the pizza order on a meals supply app on his smartphone. When his meals wasn’t delivered after ready for about one hour, he tried to achieve the shopper care of the app, and that is when he fell into the lure of the web scamsters. 


Sheikh looked for the shopper care service variety of the meals app on the web. When he referred to as that quantity, he was reportedly advised by the person on the opposite finish that the order was not being accepted by the eatery and that a refund can be made. The person allegedly advised Sheikh that he would obtain a message on his cellphone, and he can be required to click on on the hyperlink despatched and course of his refund request there. 

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Bengaluru man fell prey to on-line rip-off after ordering a pizza on-line. 

Unaware of the difficulty he was going to deliver upon himself, Sheikh clicked the hyperlink and reportedly crammed in his on-line fee app username. This gave the fraudsters entry to his checking account particulars they usually drew out INR 95,000 from his account inside minutes. Sheikh claimed that he was saving the cash for his mom’s most cancers therapy. He lodged a grievance with the Madiwala Police who’re mentioned to be probing the case. 

A spokesperson of the meals supply firm advised The Information Minute that the app had solely chat and e-mail companies for buyer care and provided no calling service. 
“Whereas we make all efforts to make sure buyer security and safety, we urge our prospects to be vigilant and never share private or checking account particulars with anybody,” the spokesperson added.