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A Jaipur-based shopkeeper has been accused of scamming an American woman into paying ₹6 crore for artificial jewellery that was actually worth a mere ₹300. According to a report in the Economic Times, the US woman, named Cherish, paid the staggering amount for several pieces of jewellery purchased from a shop in Johri Bazaar in Jaipur,



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However, what the American woman assumed to be real gold ornaments were actually fake pieces with gold polish.

The scam came to light when Cherish displayed the pieces at an exhibition in the US in April this year. Upon discovering that she had been duped, she flew down to India to confront the shop owner, identified as one Gaurav Soni.
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