ICC Online Fraud: ‘Jamtara’-like scandal happened with ICC, 21 crores lost
According to media reports, some miscreants created a fake email ID in the name of an ICC consultant in the United States and demanded vouchers for payment from the CFO of the federation.
Everyone knows about Netflix’s famous web series ‘Jamtara’, in this series something similar has happened with ICC i.e. International Cricket Council, like cheating through phishing. Yes, a case of online fraud has come to light with ICC in which some miscreants created a fake email ID in the name of ICC consultant for payment and carried out this fraud in the form of vouchers. Any official of the Dubai office has refused to give his statement on this issue, but if the report of Cricbuzz is to be believed, the ICC has started its investigation.
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According to media reports, some miscreants created a fake email ID in the name of an ICC consultant in the United States and demanded vouchers for payment from the CFO of the federation. The surprising thing is that no one in ICC paid attention to the account numbers of different banks.
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ICC officials are now in talks with law enforcement officials in the US regarding the issue. But officially everyone is keeping silence in this matter. After this fraud of 21 crores, the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and his department in the Dubai office of ICC are in the limelight.
It is being told that this is not the first time this has happened with the ICC. Three-four such incidents have happened with him, but still no major action is being taken on this.
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According to Cricbuzz, $2.5 million is not a huge amount for a Full Member like the BCCI, but the quantum of loss is equivalent to four times the grant that an Associate Member with ODI status receives from the ICC every year.