Free Fire addicted, Kanpur boy blew Rs 5 lakh from father’s account

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Free Fire addicted, Kanpur boy blew Rs 5 lakh from father’s account

The mobile gaming industry has grown rapidly during the Corona epidemic, but its addiction is becoming harmful for children and their families. If your child is spending hours on mobile gaming (plays games like Free Fire, BGMI), then you need to take special care of him. Not only gaming addiction but increasing incidents of online fraud is also causing concern for parents. Recently such an incident has come to the fore, after which parents need to be more vigilant. Also Read – What is V Badge in Free Fire? Learn how to get it and its special benefits

What is the whole matter?

The case is of Kanpur, where thugs have siphoned off lakhs of rupees from the account of the father of a child who was a victim of online fraud. According to the report of Zee News, a transaction of Rs 5 lakh has been done in about 20 days from the accounts of Chandra Shekhar, a resident of Nawabganj, Kanpur. The entire amount has been transferred to one account. When Chandra Shekhar investigated the matter, he found that this money was transferred by his own son. Also Read – Latest and Best Pets Available After OB29 Update in Free Fire, Know All Their Features

How was it revealed?

On enquiry, Chandra Shekhar’s son told that he was playing Free Fire on mobile and after two stages the game got locked. To unlock the lock, he took out a number from YouTube and transferred Rs 750 to unlock the game. After this, Rs 5 lakh was transferred from the victim’s account in the next 20 days. Also Read – Free Fire top SMG September 2021: These are Free Fire’s top sub-machine guns

Why does this happen in games like Free Fire and BGMI?

As soon as the matter came to light, the victim lodged a complaint with the Commissionerate Crime Branch. The Deputy Commissioner of Police said that after receiving the complaint letter in this regard, a case has been registered and the account in which the money was transferred has been frozen. The police have said that the accused will be arrested soon. Let us tell you that this is not the first time, when someone has been hit by millions in the affair of games like Free Fire.

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It is worth noting that a case came to light from Mumbai last week, where a 16-year-old teenager, while playing BGMI, transferred Rs 10 lakh from his family’s account. Police said that Kishor had transferred Rs 10 lakh to buy a gaming ID aka gamer tag. This money was used to buy the in-game currency UC. Please note that UC BattleGrounds is Mobile India’s in-game currency, which can be purchased with real money. Similarly, the in-game currency of Free Fire is Diamond, which has to be bought. There are many cosmetic items available in these games, which have to be purchased using in-game currency.

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