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An Indian-origin man has admitted before a US federal court that he was involved in a telemarketing scam targeting the elderly.

New York. An Indian-origin man has admitted before a US federal court that he was involved in a telemarketing scam targeting the elderly. Federal Prosecutor John R., who lives in Chicago, Northern Illinois. Losh gave this information. Hirenkumar Chaudhary admitted that he used a fake Indian passport, wrong name and fake address to open several bank accounts and take money from the victims of the telenarketing scam, the Justice Department said on Monday.

Other people are also involved in the scams
This is the latest case in the scams perpetrated through call centers in India, which was cheating the elderly and others. People of Indian descent as well as others are involved in scams that continue to operate and damage India’s reputation and have the potential to affect the country’s multi-billion dollar bank office industry.

The case reached the court
The department said an elderly woman who was the victim of the fraud had transferred more than 900 900,000 from her bank account to the accounts of Chaudhary or others involved in the fraud. The department said Chaudhary had asked Federal Judge Sara L. Confessed this on January 6 in front of Alice. People charged with a crime are allowed to appeal or formally plead guilty under the U.S. justice system, and prosecutors generally show leniency and leniency in return. It is very unlikely that Chaudhary will get maximum punishment.

Funds must be transferred
According to the Justice Department, those involved in the scam claimed the victims were from the department or other government agencies and told them that their identities had been stolen and to deal with it they would have to transfer funds to various bank accounts, including Chaudhary. Accounts controlled by were also included.

Four companies were closed
Following a joint operation by India’s Central Bureau of Investigation and U.S. officials, a federal court last month permanently shut down four companies that targeted seniors under computer scams over fraud involving India. Were. Kartik Raman, an Indian-American assistant federal prosecutor, is one of the public prosecutors prosecuting Chaudhary.





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