CBI registered a new case against 7 after Paytm:
The CBI said on Wednesday that it registered a new case against seven people for allegedly cheating digital Paytm wallet at the air of Rs 3.2 lakh after receiving a complaint from its parent company.
“We have registered a case at the request of Paytm against seven customers and some unknown officials of the company,” said IWC spokesperson Devpreet Singh at IANS.
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Paytm cheating complaint
“During the reconciliation of the accounts, the company (Paytm) found that the reimbursement was made in 37 cases, while the delivery of the orders was carried out successfully.” The amount of refunds made in these 37 cases was more than Rs 3.2 Lakh through seven Paytm accounts and various bank accounts, “Singh added. One97 is the parent company of Paytm which is backed by the Chinese group Alibaba.
The case was recorded under various charges relating to criminal conspiracy, counterfeiting and the provisions of the Information Technology (IT) Act, the officer said. The IWC also filed a complaint against 15 people to cheat Paytm to air from Rs 6.15 lakh last week. Paytm, which has a user base of 150 million, as on November 21, said more than five million users were added after the November 8 demoted high-value currency notes. It processes more than seven million transactions per day, valued at Rs 120 crore