Beware Of This Scam! Woman Shares Hilarious Call With Fake Cop In Viral Reel. Watch

A content creator named Charanjeet Kaur talked about a scam where fraudsters pretend to be cops and tell victims that they’ve arrested their family members.
Beware Of This Scam! Woman Shares Hilarious Call With Fake Cop In Viral Reel. Watch

Beware Of This Scam! Woman Shares Hilarious Call With Fake Cop In Viral Reel. Watch

Trending News: Online scams are on the rise in India and around the world. Scammers are finding new ways to trick people and steal money these days, even using artificial intelligence to fake voices and defraud people. More than 60% of Indians reportedly received three or more 'pesky' or spam calls on average daily. Several scams are going around quite frequently now that threaten people with serious consequences if they don't pay money right away. Recently, on Instagram, a content creator named Charanjeet Kaur talked about one such scam where fraudsters pretend to be cops and tell victims that they’ve arrested their family members.
The woman shared a reel where she's talking to someone on the phone who claims they're a police officer from Delhi. They claim her 'sister', also called Charanjeet Kaur, got arrested for blackmailing a minister's son. They ask for Rs 20,000 to set her free. But Charanjeet knows it's a scam. She tells them she's the 'arrested' sister Charanjeet at the end of the call.
Charanjeet explains in her post how scammers use fake police pictures to scare people into sending money fast, without thinking. Luckily, Charanjeet didn't fall for it. She wants others to know about her experience so they don't get tricked too. “Police ki dp dekhke log aise moments mei bhot dar jaate hain fir jald baazi mei bina soche smjhe paise transfer kardete hai and isi chakkaar mei fraud ka shikaar ban jaate hain. (People get scared at such moments after seeing the police picture, then they quickly transfer the money without thinking and thus become victims of fraud),” she wrote in the caption.
Watch the viral video below:
The video went viral with nearly 11 million views and 242k likes, and many others shared their stories of dealing with scammers in the comments. A user quoted the creator with laughing emojis saying, “Ek thappad marungi charanjeet baat kri hun main!” Another user pointed out, “Indian police using Pakistani number.”
A third user shared a similar story that is too funny to miss: “My father also received a fraud call...They said aapke bete ka naam Yogesh hai? Unhone bola ki aapka beta police station mei hai, rape case mei andar hai wo, matlab mere papa ko hi phone kardiya, mai apne bade bhai ke saath Ghar mei baitha hua TV pe shinchan dekh raha tha, wo bol rahe the compromise karna hai toh 30,000 rupees bhejdo warna jail ho jayegi... mai yahaan 20 saal ka hoke bhi shinchan dekh raha hu aur ye aise call kar rahe hai wo bhi direct mere papa ko.” A fourth user added, “The ending got me.”
This reminds us all to be careful and watch out for scams, especially when we get unexpected calls or messages asking for money.
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