(VoIP) call rackets in Hyderabad

Fri 29 Jan 2016, 19:42:14

International call cards with various names like 'talk free', 'free call' for less price and more talk time to foreigners, including Non resident Indians. On Monday, Central Crime Station (CCS) police along with the Task Force sleuths had arrested Md Ahteram, 28, and Mohammed Imran, 23, from Rajendranagar. Ahteram, an Intermediate pass out, had finished a Cisco-Certified Network Associate (CCNA) course at a private institute in the city to gain knowledge about computer networking and started using the expertise to make quick money by setting up illegal VoIP international call facility in Rajendranagar. Lack of vigilance and enforcement by the department of telecommunication (DoT) has made Hyderabad a safe haven for gangs operating international voice over internet phone (VoIP) call rackets. On the one hand, the government is losing crores of rupees due to the international. As the gangs show the calls as locals calls of that particular country, the service providers also fail to identify the fraud & where the calls land most of the time," a cyber crime expert said.  fraud, on the other, the illegal setup has come in handy for criminals and terror elements to evade call tracking.

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