Udupi: City registers 5 more skimming cases

Daijiworld Media Network - Udupi (JD)

Udupi, Feb 28: An additional 4 cases of suspected ATM skimming have been registered at Udupi cyber crime police station.

In a complaint filed by Preethi M, holding a bank account in HDFC Bank Udupi she lost Rs 28,500 through ATM withdrawal from Mysuru on November 17, 2020. She immediately blocked her ATM card and account.

In another incident, Masood having a bank account in Canara Bank, Balehonnur branch lost Rs 10,500 through ATM withdrawals from Madikeri on November 17, 2020.

A case is filed by Farzaan regarding the withdrawal of money from her daughter and daughter-in-law's account amounting to Rs 30,300 from the Kasargod area. They have also blocked both the bank accounts and ATM card.

Gopalkrishna S Kidiyoor whose account is in Canara Bank, Udupi branch lost Rs 40,000 through ATM withdrawals on November 18, 2020. The withdrawal is done from Bengaluru.

Sripathi Ballal having an account in Syndicate Bank, Adi Udupi branch lost Rs 20,500 through ATM withdrawals from Madikeri on November 17, 2020.

More suspected ATM skimming cases are being registered at Udupi Cybercrime police station after the Mangaluru police arrested 3 persons in the same sort of cases.


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