21-year old Hotel Management Student robbed Amazon Of Rs.50 Lakhs.
Shivam Chopra,21, misguided Amazon and made Rs 50 Lakh between April and May this Year.(Amazon gets robbed by 21-years Old Delhi Hotel Management Student)
We all prefer doing Online shopping and we love doing it. It’s not only saving our time but also deliver products to our doorstep.
You must have listened to recent buzz on social media and on news channel that the buyers are receiving boxes filled with scraps instead of the original product.
Most of the cases are genuine and the retailers refund the buyers.
But what about those who have made wrong claimed of receiving empty boxes?(Amazon gets robbed by 21-years Old Delhi Hotel Management Student)
A Recent case came into light, where 21-year-old, Shivam Chopra from Delhi took this as Opportunity to Earn Money.
He earned around Rs.50 lakh between April and May this year before Amazon realized that they are being cheated and complained to the police.
According to the media report, Shivam Chopra, Hotel Management Student from Delhi had ordered 166 expensive phones from the giant online marketplace, Amazon and received full refunds every time.
You must be thinking how is this Possible?
But, Yes it is!
He ordered 166 premium mobile phones including Apple, Samsung and One Plus from Amazon with different phone numbers and fake address.
When delivery boy fails to contacts him for the delivery he directs him to some nearby location to take the delivery.
The police said he duped the company with the help of a local of telecom store owner, Sachin Jain.
Jain provided him with more than 150 pre-activated sim cards.
Delhi Police officials said,
Shivam not only created Fake mail-ids, he also created accounts with contrasting names on the app to place his orders
Milind Dumbere, DCP (north-west) was quoted by Hindustan Times as saying,
“Shivam acquired 141 SIM cards and created more than 50 Fake email IDs using those numbers. With His Fake Accounts he began ordering mobile phones.”
The police started investigating the case after receiving a complaint from Syed Ishaq (36) on behalf of Amazon Seller Services Private Limited.
“When the delivery boy fail to trace the address, he would call Shivam for directions. He would then call him to a random New place and get the product by paying cash.”
Cyber Cell of Delhi Police is handling this Case.