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Dawn Belmonte, of Woodbridge, Ontario, Canada, says she decided to scam the scammers. A senior Delhi Police officer told Mail Today that several Facebook, Twitter and Instagram profiles are selling branded items with warranty at much cheaper rates and they do not offer cash on delivery service to stay away from police net. A security flaw in Apple’s Safari web browser could… More than 500,000 Zoom user credentials have been stolen and…
Hackers are scrutinizing Zoom security to cash in on bug… Clearview AI was built with the help of far-right extremists… ‘Most of these cards belong to various international banks from Washington, New Jersey and Ohio in the US. Similarly Canon’s high end EOS 5D Mark IV, which worth over Rs 2.30 lakh was being sold under a lakh with the bill and warranty card. The scam is the latest effort by criminal gangs to hijack official services, such as the TV Licence regime, the HMRC and even Action Fraud itself, using so-called phishing emails, fake websites and telephone calls to steal bank details.
‘While investigating a credit card fraud from a leading online shopping website, we intercepted bulk shopping orders for which payment was done using a credit card belonging to an international bank,’ said UP STF’s additional superintendent Triveni Singh. An investigation carried by the Special Task Force (STF) of Uttar Pradesh Police reveals that widespread networks of cyber criminals have started selling gadgets, electronics and cosmetics by using stolen data of international credit cards from the darknet.
Mail Today accessed some of the online forums and found Apple iPhone 7 Plus (128GB), which is available on a leading portal at Rs 76,000 (£925.06) was being offered by such criminals at only Rs 25,000 (£304.