The man lost Rs. 39 lakh as his son played an online game; the account belongs to Krafton

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A retired soldier from Agra, lost Rs. 39 lakh while his son was playing mobile games. Surprisingly, the account belongs to developer BGMI Krafton!

In a shocking development, a son playing a game on his father’s mobile phone has lost a huge amount of rupees. 39 lakh from his account, a report by News18 revealed. The case is from Tajnagri region, Agra. As soon as the father learned of this, he complained about the same to the police. Agra Police opened the investigation by registering a case in this regard and Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) developer Krafton was mentioned.

The father is a retired soldier from the Khandoli region of Agra and filed a complaint with the police a month ago. The report mentions that he complained that Rs. 39 lakh was withdrawn from his account through fraud. He does not know how such a sum came out of his bank. However, he contacted the bank about the matter, which further revealed that the first amount had moved from Paytm to “Koda payment”, which was then transferred to a bank account in Singapore.

The account would belong to Krafton Company! This is the same South Korean company that runs several mobile games, including BGMI, which became popular after PUBG: Mobile was banned in India. A file has been registered in this case. Although it is not the first time, such a game case is in the limelight.

Previously, many other cases have been reported where a huge sum was deducted from a parent’s bank account – after the children played mobile games, more or less similar to the Agra case, where money was deducted from the users bank account while the son was playing online games. The report mentions a case where Rs 30 lakh was deducted from the account of a trader in Hariparwat area, whose son was playing games on his mobile phone.

Besides these instances of deducting money from accounts while playing games, online scammers repeatedly ask for money to increase the level or requirements of the game. And they end up losing money from their bank.

The father is a retired soldier from the Khandoli region of Agra and filed a complaint with the police a month ago. The report mentions that he complained that Rs. 39 lakh was withdrawn from his account through fraud. He does not know how such a sum came out of his bank. However, he contacted the bank about the matter, which further revealed that the first amount had moved from Paytm to “Koda payment”, which was then transferred to a bank account in Singapore.

The account would belong to Krafton Company! This is the same South Korean company that runs several mobile games, including BGMI, which became popular after PUBG: Mobile was banned in India. A file has been registered in this case. Although it is not the first time, such a game case is in the limelight.

Previously, many other cases have been reported where a huge sum was deducted from a parent’s bank account – after the children played mobile games, more or less similar to the Agra case, where money was deducted from the users bank account while the son was playing online games. The report mentions a case where Rs 30 lakh was deducted from the account of a trader in Hariparwat area, whose son was playing games on his mobile phone.

Besides these instances of deducting money from accounts while playing games, online scammers repeatedly ask for money to increase the level or requirements of the game. And they end up losing money from their bank.

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