Scammers compete in ingenuity to coax their prey. This time, it was traders who operate on TikTok who were victims.
Scammers have a well-established modus operandi: they pose as customers on TikTok, expressing interest in a product, often clothing.

To gain the merchant's trust, the pseudo-customer then sends a screenshot of what he claims is proof of payment. However, these screenshots of bank transfers have been manipulated. No money was transferred to the bank account.

Some traders claim to have been scammed out of more than 50 thousand rupees and that the scammers then resell the clothes on their own TikTok platform. Hayfa Dhoomun, one of the victims, testifies to this.

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