Police said on Friday that a man, posing as a doctor at the AIIMS institute, cheated Rs 1.4 lakh from a woman in Gurgaon by promising him a job at the institute.

According to the police, the woman, Urmila Rani, had lodged a complaint stating that she had met a man on a matrimonial website in February. He told her that there was a job opening at the hospital and that she would get the job if she sent money to different bank accounts. She sent 1.4 lakh rupees to the man in a series of transactions. Later on, she got a fake certificate and realized she was scammed,” said one of the officers.

“The accused has nothing to do with the institution. We are investigating the case. No one has been arrested so far,” he added.

The complainant said, “He told me that he is currently working at AIIMS-Delhi as an orthopedic surgeon and that there is an internal vacancy.” Rani added that the man asked her to pay the registration fee after which she sent 11,220 rupees for the same amount. On the insistence of the accused, Rani also transferred 52,200 rupees for medical examinations and 73,600 rupees for a laptop for training for four days. Rani said she provided her Aadhaar card details and PAN with the amount.

Rani alleged that after all this, the man gave her “Vinod JSO 9001:200 Fraud Certificate with Company Name of National Shop Owner Escort Service Private Limited with Scope Male Escort Service Gigolo Service, Boy Club Play, Call Escort Agency. Service”.

Police registered the FIR under Section 420 of the Indian Penal Code at the Cyber ​​West Police Station.


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