Mumbai Crime: They are shocked when a trader is deceived by the lure of making cheap dollars. One woman said she had dollars and needed to sell them cheaply for money. The merchant, eager to make more money, prepared to buy the dollar.
But at the last minute, taking Rs 5 lakh in the name of dollar, these women tricked the trader by stepping out of the crowd at the railway station with Rin soap in hand and rubbish wrapped around it. The case has been registered at Paydhuni police station and police are investigating further.Traders living in Manish Market area on 12th December at 2 pm. around this time, Paydhuni went to a shop near the police station for shopping.
While returning from shopping, two women were standing in front of them. Asked. The merchant nodded, pointing to the old woman, and said that she had a large sum of money and that she had been given 10 dollars by the owner of the place where she had previously worked. There are 1700 such notes and their market value is 9 lakhs.
You give us 7 lakhs; you keep the top 2 lakhs. The merchant’s eyes lit up at the sight of the profitable transaction. At that time, the two gave their numbers to each other. The next day, while checking the 10 dollars given for confirmation, the trader’s inquiry revealed that it was true. The next day, the girl called the merchant with the money near the ticket house at Kurla East railway station. At that time, the old woman interfered in the conversation between the two of them and asked the trader to bring Rs 5 lakh tomorrow and take all the dollars.
Accordingly, on 15th December, the trader took the money and reached the ticket house near Kurla railway station around 12 noon. Did they bring money to the merchant? As soon as the merchant agreed, the woman took the money from the merchant and gave him a cloth bag containing a bundle of banknotes. Talking to the trader, he said that this place is crowded. Open the bundle of dollars later. The merchant believed them.
The two then walked a short distance with the merchant, then took their feet out of the crowd. The merchant opened the bag he had given him and found the present letter wrapped in Rin soap in it. The merchant was shocked to learn that he had been cheated. A case has been registered against the trader at Paydhuni police station and police are investigating further.