Man lost Rs. 39 lakh as son played an online game; account belongs to Krafton

A retired soldier from Agra, lost Rs. 39 lakh while his son was playing mobile games. Shockingly, the account is owned by BGMI developer Krafton!

In a shocking development, a son playing a game on his father’s cell phone lost a whopping Rs. 39 lakh from his account, a News18 report revealed. The case is from Tajnagri region, Agra. As soon as the father became aware of this, he complained about the same to the police. Agra Police Department has launched the investigation by registering a case in this regard and has named Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) developer Krafton.

The father is a retired soldier from the Khandoli area of ​​Agra and filed a police complaint in the cyber area a month ago. The report stated that he complained that Rs. 39 lakh has been deducted from his account due to fraud. He does not know how such a huge amount came from his bank. However, he contacted the bank about the matter, which further revealed that the first amount from Paytm went to “Koda Payment” which was later transferred to a bank account in Singapore.

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The account reportedly belongs to Krafton Company! This is the same South Korean company that runs several mobile games, including BGMI, which became popular after PUBG: Mobile was banned in India. A case has been registered in this case. Although this is not the first time, such a gaming case is coming into the limelight.

Previously, many other cases have been reported in which a huge amount was debited from a parent’s bank account after children played mobile games, more or less similar to the Agra case, where money was debited from the user’s bank account while the son was playing online. games. The report mentions a case where 30 lakh rupees were debited from the account of a trader from Hariparwat area, whose son used to play games on his cellphone.

In addition to these cases of deducting money from the accounts while playing games, online fraudsters ask for the money several times to increase the in-game level or requirements. And in the end they lose money from their bank.

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