In a recent case, an elderly man in Mumbai lost Rs 1.02 lakh in a mobile recharge scam. The victim was contacted by a fraudster who claimed to be from Airtel Customer Care and said that the victim’s account had been blocked due to unpaid dues. The fraudster then convinced the victim to pay Rs 1.02 lakh in order to “unblock” their account.
This scam could have been prevented if the victim had used Castler Escrow. Castler Escrow is a platform that holds payments in escrow until both parties in a transaction are satisfied. In this case, the victim would have deposited the money into the escrow account managed by Castler. The funds would then only have been released to the fraudster once the victim had confirmed that their account had been unblocked.
As a result, the victim would have been protected from financial loss. Even if the fraudster had been able to unblock the victim’s account, the funds would not have been released to them until the victim had confirmed that they were satisfied with the results.
This is just one example of how Castler Escrow can help to prevent fraud. If you are considering making an online payment, I encourage you to use Castler Escrow to protect yourself from financial loss.
Here are some additional thoughts on how Castler Escrow could have prevented the mobile recharge scam:
The Mumbai mobile recharge scam is a reminder of the importance of using a secure payment platform when making online transactions. By using Castler Escrow, you can protect yourself from financial loss and ensure that your transactions are safe and secure.
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