Inside The OTP Mafia’ Revealed Dark TRUTH Underbelly Of Transnational Cyber Crime

The 25-minute film “Inside The OTP Mafia: Nuh To New York” from NDTV uncovers the seedy underside of OTP scams.

The NDTV film “Inside The OTP Mafia: Nuh To New York” reveals the seedy underside of OTP scams. Source; NDTV News

New Delhi: The majority of people have, at some point, received offers of loans, notices that their bank cards will be stopped, and even X-rated videos starring them. Some people are fortunate—they hang up and forget “that annoying call”—but others are not. They lose their hard-earned money and, in rare, tragic circumstances, even their lives.

With never-before-seen footage of a live raid by the Haryana Police, a tell-all interview with the top expert at the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and a bombshell interview with two top-tier con artists, NDTV’s 25-minute documentary “Inside The OTP Mafia: Nuh To New York” exposes this murky underbelly of OTP scams, blackmailing, and sextortion.1

India’s most hazardous brains are also made visible to our cameras during a live sextortion call.

The guys in charge of this cartel are not some tech-savvy individuals hiding behind large, expensive screens in a metropolis. These men and women are school dropouts working in the fields of Jamtara, Nuh, Mathura, and Bharatpur, to name a few, from the convenience of their charpoys (yep, they work from home).

As men from Noida phone people in New York who are thousands of miles away, boundaries become hazy. According to statistics, 45,000 Americans were victimized by these callers in 2016. They have hundreds of SIM cards, the most basic mobile phones, and the bank accounts of helpless people in their arsenal.

“In the US, we received 140 cases every day. We mainly rely on neighborhood law enforcement to tackle this international… According to the top FBI officer, some Indians in rural communities pick up American speech patterns from YouTube and other social media.

Some of the cases involve losses ranging from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars. Whole lives and finances are destroyed,” the official stated.A woman in the US who was duped by the OTP mafia claimed to NDTV that she received a call from a ‘government agency’ demanding payment for drug peddling. The calls persisted and threatened that she would be raided by the authorities despite her denial. She was informed that she must pay before meeting them.

I lost tens of thousands of dollars, or roughly seventy-five percent of the life savings I intended to use for my retirement. My 17-year-old son is getting ready to start college. I also have a daughter who is disabled, the mom told NDTV.

The OTP schemes employ thousands of SIM cards. In April of this year, the Delhi Police took 22,000 SIM cards from one such OTP mafia.

Many older seniors in the US don’t anticipate that their nation will experience this kind of fraud. They have very little expectation of it.

A couple of the scammers who were apprehended and later released on bail claimed to NDTV that they used their riches to enjoy themselves and improve their standard of living. One of the men said, “We have fun with the money.

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