Navi Mumbai, Sept. 19 -- The NRI police registered a case on Tuesday after some unidentified people cheated an advocate of Rs.89, 993 online after taking her credit card and bank details over phone.
According to the police, the 39-year-old advocate (name withheld on request), a resident of Ulwe, took a credit card from a private sector bank on September 11.
The card was not activated till September 13.
"On September 13, the complainant received a call from a woman around 2.25 pm. The caller introduced herself as Puja Sharma, an employee with the bank. She told the complainant about the credit card she had taken two days ago and said that she had called to activate it," said Tushar Mane, sub-inspector from NRI police station.
"The woman ...