Online fraudsters have been using different and innovative methods to dupe people. Recently, National Crime Investigation Bureau (NCIB) shed a light on a new method opted by scammers. In this method, the fraudsters will reach your doorstep with a fake delivery with a "cash on delivery" feature. When refused to take the delivery, the scammer will send an OTP from fake customer care in order to cancel the order. As soon as the OPT is shared, the scammer will dupe you of all your money. Online Fraud: 40% Indians Defrauded While Shopping Online During Festive Season, Says Study.

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