Aizawl: Amid rising on-line fraud, the Mizoram Police has urged most of the people to train excessive warning and warned them in opposition to scammers, who impersonated senior authorities officers.

A press release issued by the police mentioned that there was a sudden surge in impersonation of senior officers, even ministers and MLAs by way of a large textual content messaging software Whatsapp.

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“These scammers utilizing images or profiles of excessive rating officers and people in addition to varied different dignitaries, provoke conversations with authorities workers/people pretending or impersonating and making varied excuses with requests for cash and/ or to ask them to buy objects/items on-line for them”, the assertion mentioned.

The assertion urged everybody to concentrate on such a rip-off and to train excessive warning when conversing with unknown numbers on WhatsApp.

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Such situations may additionally be reported to the net portal cybercrime.gov.in and/or on toll-free Cyber Helpline No.1030, the assertion mentioned. 

The assertion additional urged the general public to observe Mizoram Police on any of the social media platforms like Fb, Twitter, Koo and Instagram for normal advisories on
protected on-line behaviour and cyber security ideas.

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