Noida Police arrests a woman for running a well oiled gang of fake international jobs, VISAs and duping aspirants

The accused promised bulk VISAs through a Guatemala based company and duped aspirants with fake VISAs and offers

Noida Police

New Delhi, December 14

The Noida Police arrested a woman for allegedly cheating job aspirants with lucrative fake international job offers. 

The accused was identified as Pranjali Sachan who was operating with two associated who are on the run.  

The police received a complaint from a man that he was defrauded by a gang promising him a job abroad. He was informed that that some people would make fake visas in the name of sending people abroad.”

As per the case details, the complainant met a man named Vishal, in September to get a job abroad. Later, he met Vishal, his wife Pranjali, and another associate Tarsem Singh. He alleged they assured him of visas through a Guatemala-based company for himself and his relatives and asked him for a fee of Rs 5 lakh for each person.

The complainant paid Rs 10 lakhs in cash to Vishal on December 5 while another Rs 9.5 lakh was given via Tarsem’s account. He then handed over ten passports and was told to pay the rest of the money after getting the visas. When he came back on December 8, the office of the accused was closed and their mobile numbers were switched off. 

The complainant later found out the accused would cheat people using fake documents and stamps, and that Vishal’s real name was Anuj Sachan.

The police have booked the accused for forgery and cheating under various sections of the IPC. 

The police seized Rs 1,60,000, several stamps, visa receipts, and Indian and Bangladeshi passports.

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