Online fraud reported in state capital

T'Puram: In a case of online fraud, a Neyyattinkara native house-wife Chandralekha has lost Rs 50,000. She lost the money from her account with SBI Dhanuvachapuram branch. It is reported that the money was withdrawn from Hyderabad.

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