A trader duped to the tune of Rs 27 lakh with a fake financing order

Talaiya police hired an employee of a private financial company who duped a trader to the tune of Rs 27 lakh; the accused produced a forged financing order with customers and retrieved products from the showroom.

Police detained accused Deepak Choudhary who worked with Bajaj Finance while victim Naresh Kashwani operated Aman Enterprises in the Talaiya region.

The victim worked with several finance companies to provide financial products, while Deepak provided clients who would use financial products.

Fraud surfaced after the audit was carried out in September this year by the victim in which it was found that from April 2019 the victim had financed products worth Rs 27 lakh and that payment had not been provided by the company, he inquired with the company that provided the financing. the orders were never issued.

It was found that with the accused, he produced false finance orders and recovered products that he had sold or kept with him.

The company revealed that it never provided a delivery letter, after which the victim filed a complaint with Talaiya Police.

Police registered a case of fraud against Deepak and began to search for the accused who escaped.

During the investigation, fraud with other traders via fundraising products would be committed, police said.