Two Arrested for Allegedly Cheating Amazon by Returning Fake iPhones

Two Arrested for Allegedly Cheating Amazon by Returning Fake iPhones
Highlights
  • Ankush Birajdar, a risk investigator at Amazon, & Mir Feroz Ali have been arrested.
  • Police: "They sold off the original iPhone and returned duplicate handsets."
  • Police seized six iPhone devices from them.

Two persons were Wednesday arrested for allegedly cheating the e-commerce giant Amazon by buying iPhone devices from the online portal and then reclaiming the money by returning duplicate phones.

Commissioner's Task Force (South Zone Team) arrested Ankush Birajdar, who worked as a risk investigator at Amazon, and his friend Mir Feroz Ali.

Additional deputy commissioner of police N Koti Reddy said in a release that they bought iPhone devices online from Amazon by creating fake customer email ids.

After getting the delivery they asked the company to take them back on the pretexts like tampered package, defects in the product or delayed delivery, etc.

However, they sold off the original iPhone and returned duplicate handsets. Birajdar worked as a risk investigator of transactions, risk management team in Amazon at Madhapur in Hyderabad and found the loopholes in the online refunding process for the rejected items and decided to exploit it, police said. Police seized six iPhone devices from them.

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