These Scammers defrauding citizens on behalf of providing oxygen bottles, hospital beds and Remdesivir Injections. The needy make payments to the scammers who believe they will get the service. However, they never get the help they need.
Take action against such fraudsters, Delhi Police announced a facility to report these incidents. In a Twitter post, the police said that citizens can report these incidents online. You can also contact 01123469900 for assistance.
# DELHIPOLICE MEASURES IN COVID CHEATS | Has someone # cheated on you to provide oxygen / medicine / hospital bed / remdesiv … https://t.co/hqdahohKVT
– #DilKiPolice Delhi Police (@DelhiPolice) 1620059006000
“Has someone cheated on you for providing oxygen / medicine / hospital bed / remdesivir etc? You paid online and it’s gone? 1. Report on # 155260 so we can prevent your money from being scammed. 2. Report on http://cybercrime.gov.in 3. Call4 asst # 01123469900 “, reads the tweet of the official Twitter handle of the Delhi police.
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