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Transport Officer’s Son Spent Rs 2 And Half Lakhs On Online Games – Smart phone given for studying online, child played such a game that millions of rupees flew from father’s account

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Transport Officer's Son Spent Rs 2 And Half Lakhs On
Transport Officer’s Son Spent Rs 2 And Half Lakhs On

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  • Results opposite to online classes
  • Son had to give smartphone for transport officer online class expensive
  • The child blew 2.50 lakh rupees by playing online games for six months
Agra: In the Corona era, online classes have been provisioned to make the future of children, but the results are seen to the contrary. The latest case is from Agra, where a transport department official has found it expensive to give smartphones to his son for an online class. His son has flown Rs 2.50 lakh for playing online games for six months in place of an online class. When the officer took the information of the bank account, it came to know that it has become empty, there are only 500 rupees left in it. They complained to the police, fearing cybercrime. When he came to know the reality, his senses flew away.
In fact, the transport officer living in Sikandra had lodged a complaint on September 22 in the cyber cell of the police for withdrawing Rs 2.5 lakh from his bank account. Also said that the account from which the funds have been withdrawn, they rarely do transactions with that account. He told that one day two and a half lakhs were missing to check the balance of the account to transfer funds. There were only 500 rupees left in the account. He had expressed fears of cybercrime. A cyber cell investigation revealed that funds from the account have been transferred online from Paytm and the amount has been paid through game companies Paytm several times between March and August.

After this, the police spoke to the transport officer, then they told that their ten-year-old son studies in class six. They gave him his mobile for online studies, but he also played online games on mobile. During this time the child paid to have a choice of reward point, quine, special weapon in the game. When the officer came to know about his son’s innocence, he withdrew the complaint and explained it to the son. Transport Department official said that his account with Paytm was also connected to mobile. He used to delete Paytm’s one-time-password as soon as he saw it.

Take care of children

In this regard, a cyber cell expert says that the mobile which children use for studies, etc. Do not put Paytm or any other such app in it. If possible, do not keep any bank account linked to that mobile number. At the same time, if the children are playing the game, then find out from them whether they are downloading the game for free or for free. Keep checking the mobile given to children from time to time.

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