UCH SHARIF: Another man has been deprived of Rs408,000 deposited in his bank account in Uch Sharif.
In the latest case of devious banking transaction, Imran, working in a private firm, was stripped off of his savings from his bank account.
The victim has appealed the authorities concerned to take action into the matter and bring back his savings that vanished from his bank account in a scam.
Despite the guidelines by the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) urging the bank account holders to avoid sharing the details pertaining to their accounts with anyone, the incidents of banking frauds continue to surface from every nook and corner of the country.
Three days back on Wednesday (November 13), a peon of Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) was deprived of Rs 202,000 from his bank account through a deceitful bank transaction in Okara.
The peon of the country’s supreme tax collection body was deprived of his cash deposited in banks as he had shared confidential details over a phone call to a person, who pretended to be calling from the concerned bank.
Detailing the media about the scam, the peon of FBR had complained that, Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) and other concerned departments despite several complaints, had failed to take any step for return of his vanished money from the bank account.