The police busted an alleged bogus call centre racket in Marol and arrested 19 people for cheating US citizens under the pretext of granting them loans. An official said the accused had allegedly cheated foreign nationals of Rs 8 crore over the last eight months. The investigators seized 20 laptops during the late night raid on Tuesday. Deputy Commissioner of Police Zone X Ankit Goel said they raided the fake call centre based on intelligence inputs. “We raided the fourth floor of the Safalya Building in Marol and took everyone into custody,” Goel said. The call centre was operating under the name Alreef Trading Company Private Limited. The police said they are searching for Aarish Lokhandwala, Munaf Sheikh and Zakiur Rehman in connection with the case. The police identified the main accused as Parvez Sheikh, Omer Samsingh and Ashraf Sheikh.
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