A 25-year-old bank agent was arrested for making fraudulent transactions worth over ₹ 69,000 using a customer's credit card details which he obtained by secretly installing a remote access app on his mobile phone, the police said on Thursday.The accused has been identified as Mukesh Okheda, who belongs to Beldadi in Nepal. He was arrested from Baprola Vihar in southwest Delhi, they said.The police said a probe was initiated in March after a complaint was received from person named Rajesh Rajput.
According to the complainant, some unknown person made fraudulent transactions amounting to ₹ 69,334 using his credit card. However, he had not shared his banking-related information with anyone.Based on his complaint, a case under cheating and dishonestly inducing delivery of property was registered at the Delhi Cantt police station and an investigation was taken up, said senior police official (Southwest) Devender Arya.
The transaction details were sought from the complainant's bank and it was found that the transactions were done through Paytm and Mobikwik.