Delhi man takes loan to buy exotic dog breed online, duped of lakhs

A man in Delhi was allegedly duped of lakhs when he attempted to purchase a Yorkshire Terrier dog from an online portal last month, the police said. Yorkshire Terrier is a small breed from England and is considered as a companion dog. Komal Jaiswal, who is currently working at a private firm in South Delhi, wrote in his FIR that he applied for the purchase of a Yorkshire dog on May 23 when he came across a website in He then received a message on WhatsApp from a person who said they were from Mizoram and assured him that they could air courier the dog, a report by the Indian Express said. Jaiswal was then asked to pay for a host of charges that included shipping charges, the dog He was also charged a dog breeders READ ALSO | He then received a mail saying that the delivery had been rescheduled and he would be needed to pay more money. Jaiswal also revealed that despite asking the seller to send him the address of the Mizoram office, he Delhi police said this was cyber offence and they had registered a case on June 22 and were investigating the matter. DCP (South East) Chinmoy Biswal told Indian Express that Jaiswal had taken a loan to purchase the dog and that all messages between the two parties happened only through WhatsApp and emails.


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