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Be cautious while making donations, say Hyderabad cybercrime cops

Cops advise people to crosscheck request before transferring money

WhatsApp message on hacked phone is hoax, say cops

A message was making the rounds on WhatsApp about a call from ‘912250041117’, which says answering calls from that number could result in the phone getting hacked

Hyderabad: Two held for sharing fake news on CM KCR

Hyderabad: Two persons including a juvenile were apprehended by the Hyderabad Commissioner’s Task Force on charges of circulating fake news on Chief Minister K...

Hyderabad: Woman duped of Rs. 5 lakh after ‘winning’ car in lottery

Hyderabad: A woman from the city was duped of Rs 5 lakh by conmen after convincing her that she had won a lottery. The victim,...

Hyderabad cybercrime police nab three for cheating woman

Hyderabad: Three cyber fraudsters from Madhya Pradesh who cheated a city woman on the pretext of online trading were arrested by the Hyderabad cybercrime...

Reporting cybercrime in Hyderabad a click away!

With financial frauds rising, Cybercrime police urge victims to email complaints to or call 040-27852412 to nab culprits

Hyderabad: Man duped of Rs 41 lakh in dating fraud, two held

The arrested, Kaushal Chaudhary (30) and Umesh Yadav (21), lured people into joining dating service syndicates run by them

Cyber conmen cast wider net, go multi-lingual

Operating from smaller cities and towns of northern and central States, these cyber conmen are now seeking to strike a chord with the victims by talking to them in Telugu also.

Hyderabad: Man duped of Rs 19 lakh

Hyderabad: A city-based businessman lost Rs 19 lakh to cyber criminals who fraudulently transferred the amount from his bank account to different accounts in...

Love via web dangerous, warn Cybercrime officials

Many victims, mostly above 40 years, are easily getting conned on friendship or dating apps

Three members of a gang arrested for cheating in Hyderabad

The police seized seven mobile phones, bank debit cards and also a country-made pistol along with six bullets from one of the gang members

Cybercrooks moving bases

Officials say conmen from Jamtara moving en masse to West Bengal, especially Asansol

Red mercury, the non-existent elixir for Covid

Social media is awash with posts advertising the availability of ‘red mercury’, with many hawking the so-called elixir at prices as high as the moon, and as usual, with tall claims of the magical ability of red mercury to kill the coronavirus.

Don’t fall prey to cyber fraudsters

Sending messages seeking help for cause, conmen indulging in cybercrimes and cheating people by collecting money

Hate spewing NRIs under scanner

Cybercrime cops keeping eye on people spreading hate messages, rumours from outside country

OLX becomes fraudsters’ hotspot, says police

Conmen bait gullible public by offering vehicles, electronic gadgets at throwaway prices on the e-commerce portal

Two Hyderabad women lose money in matrimonial site fraud

Hyderabad: Two women, who registered themselves with a matrimonial site, were duped by conmen of Rs. 73,000 and Rs. 90,000. In the first case, a...

Rumours against Hyderabad Deputy Mayor: Cybercrime cops book case

The case was booked following a complaint made by the personal secretary of the Deputy Mayor at the Hyderabad Cybercrime police station on Tuesday.

Case filed for spreading rumours on KCR

Case was booked following a complaint made by TRSV president Srinivas Yadav against the person, who created a profile under the name ‘Panyala Raju’ on Facebook, and was publishing derogatory comments against CM

Meera Chopra episode: Cyber bullying goes unabated

The latest episode of cyber bullying has made many point out that stringent action against culprits in such episodes was missing, which was why these kind of trolling and threat attacks were continuing.

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