Conmen siphon off Rs 2.7 crore from top executive
A 54yearold top executive of a citybased firm has filed a complaint with the cybercrime wing of the criminal investigation Department, accused unidentified people cheating him of Rs 27 crore
BENGALURU: A 54-year-old top executive of a city-based firm has filed a complaint with the cybercrime wing of the criminal investigation Department, accused unidentified people cheating him of Rs 2.7 crore.
Complainant Ramesh Ramachandran is the chief financial officer of TMEIC Industrial System, which is specialised in providing technology, products and automation solutions for industries worldwide informed police, “We have clients across the world and all the cash transactions are done online”.
Ramachandran received a mail from Swedish company and transferred the money in many instalments in November.
After the email was received it made him very clear that he was cheated and he also understood that accounts have been changed and a;; future transactions to be done with the account- Handles Bank-IBAN-SE97600000000555087891- With its address, Stockholm, Sweden.
He told police that “ Someone who knew about pour business transactions could have done it”,