Scammers Were Arrested By the FIA for Selling Fake PUBG Ids for a Significant Profit

Faisalabad’s Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Cybercrime Circle caught two scammers after they sold fake PUBG online accounts and made hundreds of thousands of rupees.

According to the report, suspects Ameer Hamza and Hassan Shakir allegedly defrauded the complainant of Rs. 820,000/-Pkr

Three suspects were detained by FIA in separate operations. Two of them were linked to the PUBG account fraud, while the third was accused of using inappropriate photographs to blackmail a woman. They have been charged under the 2016 PECA (Prevention of Electronic Crimes Act).

Zaheer Babar was the third suspect. He circulated obscene images online of the complainant in a separate operation. According to the FIA the suspect tried to blackmail the victim by using the victim’s photos.

During the initial investigation, Babar’s phone also contained offensive content.

Last month, FIA arrested a group scammers for stealing large amounts of money from children by entice them with rewards in fake online gaming competitions. They set up fake gaming tournaments, charging entry fees of Rs. The gang would collect money from Rs.6,000 to Rs.8,000 and then shut down all contact with the participants and disappear.

The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA), which is investigating hundreds of cases every day, says that children, adults, and women are being conned through internet chat and social media. They demand millions of dollars. Sources say that scammers use fake documents and fake IDs to trick people into paying money through their online accounts.

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