The Indian Cybercrime Coordination Censor (I4C), a unit of the National Cyber Crime Threat Analysis Unit (NCTAU) attached to the Home Ministry, had last week demanded blocking of these websites. It was told by I4C that these websites are falsely luring users of jobs and investments and they are being made victims of fraud.It was told in the report that all these websites were taking the support of advertisements, chat messengers and rented accounts to deceive people. The statement said that the money earned through financial fraud was being laundered outside India through crypto currency, foreign ATM withdrawals and many international companies.
I4C division of the Ministry of Home Affairs, through its vertical National Cybercrime Threat Analytics Unit (NCTAU), had last week identified and recommended to ban over 100 websites involved in organized investment and task based - part time job frauds. pic.twitter.com/yLI1vvayVY— ANI (@ANI) December 6, 2023