Pune, 4th August 2022: It has been revealed that fraudsters with class 10 passes have cheated many people in Navi Mumbai and Pimpri-Chinchwad by luring them with loans ranging from Rs one crore to Rs 100 crore. In this case, three people including a woman were handcuffed by the Hinjewadi police.
According to Deputy Commissioner of Police Anand Bhoite, the accused were luring people who wanted loans by posting attractive loan posts and advertisements on Facebook.
In this case, women manager Radhika Yatish Ambekar, Sandeep Ramchandra Samudre and Jayjit Ramas Gupta have also been arrested by Hinjewadi police. The fraud was done by offering loans through a company called Jalaram Enterprises Private Fund. The concerned company was run by the accused Samudre. 13 computers, 7 mobile phones and some loan documents have been seized from the accused.
According to the information given by the police, the complainant Sriram Pralhad Pingle saw a post regarding an advertisement on Facebook that the Jalaram company was offering crores of rupees loans. Pingle called the mobile number given in the advertisement and received more information. The complainant was called to Jalaram Enterprises Private Fund Company in Baner for further information.
There, they said if he wants a loan worth Rs one crore then one has to pay Rs five to 11 lakh in cash, which will be kept as a security deposit. However, realizing that there was something wrong with this, the complainant informed the Hinjewadi police. When Senior Police Inspector Vivek Muglikar ascertained this, the company the accused was running was found to be illegal.
When the police went to the Jalaram company in Baner and questioned them, it came to light that seven women were working there. It also came to light that the concerned company was not registered as per RBI guidelines. The police then handcuffed Radhika, a female manager. On further investigation, the concerned company is run by Sandeep Samudra and Jayjit Gupta is a proprietor. Reportedly, the education of the accused is not even class 10, but they are lured to give loans ranging from Rs 1 to 100 crores.
Meanwhile, after this incident, Deputy Commissioner of Police Anand Bhoite has appealed to the citizens that they should not fall prey to such attractive advertisements and should be clear with everything and then only then take the next decision. The relevant action has been taken by police officers Gomare, Deshmukh and police personnel Kengle, Kudal, and Narle under the guidance of Senior Police Inspector Vivek Muglikar, Sonyabapu Deshmukh