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Sunday, 25 February 2024 4.40 AM IST

Job in New Zealand with a monthly salary of one and half lakh rupees, those who fell for scam learned truth after reaching airport

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KOCHI: The Thrikkakara police have registered a case against a firm that cheated 17 people by giving them fake visas and air tickets to New Zealand. Those who gave lakhs to the company realized that they were cheated only when they reached the airport.

As per the complaint lodged with the Thrikkakara police, Palakkad native Shamseer Khan, the owner of Euro Fly Holidays in Kakkanad, and his friend Sajad committed fraud by advertising through social media. According to the police, the accused committed the fraud by posting an advertisement on social media inviting applications for jobs in a foreign country.

The accused had swindled Rs 5 lakh rupees from each person after promising them jobs in New Zealand with a monthly salary of one and a half lakh rupees. According to the complainants, Shamseer had told them that he would accompany them to New Zealand. The scam came to light when the complainants searched for Shamseer after he did not show up at the airport.

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