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I was cheated by a person who is selling clothes through facebook and whatsapp i have all conversation screen shots and payment proofs also bank transfer. Kindly suggest me what i will do now please

I was cheated by a person who is selling clothes through facebook and whatsapp i have all conversation screen shots and payment proofs also bank transfer. Kindly suggest me what i will do now please
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Recovery of Money
Posted on 26th Apr, 2018
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Answered on 19th Jan, 2019
Prepare complaint with all aspects and date and events attach all the conversation messages with photo.Advise to lodge complaint before Cyber crime Wing which is available in all the district head quarters station
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Advocate DEEPANKAR
Answered on 7th Jan, 2019
file a complaint mentioning the same at Police station and demand registration of FIR
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Advocate AMIT
Answered on 30th Aug, 2018
You have two remedies,you can file Civil and Criminal cases against that person and you are entitled your money back and that person/company shall be punished.
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Advocate Pankaj
Answered on 24th Aug, 2018
My lawyer friends have already provide such knowledgeable solutions that I do not have anything to add. But, I must state concisely that if you all the evidences with you then go to police station first and file a complaint. And, then to Cyber Cell and file a case before Consumer Forum too and make that Social site also a party to it who without due verification allow people to do any such business thereby resulting in cheating and fraud. All the best!
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Advocate vedant
Answered on 5th Jul, 2018
go to the police station and immediately lodge complaint for fraud and cheating
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7th Sep, 2018
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Advocate ADV. SHEETAL
Answered on 28th May, 2018
Forthwith you approach to Cyber Cell under your jurisdiction simultaneously you file a case at Consumer Forum and file a Criminal Complaint to Commissioner of Police with C.C.to ACP, DCP, Senior Inspector of Police of Police station under your jurisdiction. For all this contact me with all conversations, screen shots, payment proofs and related all other documents.
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Advocate Somender
Answered on 20th May, 2018
You can file Civil and Criminal cases against that person and ensure that you get your money back at the same time ensure that he is punished. Do not hesitate to contact me if any further clarification/assistance is required. (+919805330754)
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Advocate Gopal
Answered on 28th Apr, 2018
You should submitted a written complaint of the commission of the cognizable offence of cheating to the local police station within which you made payments on the net. Under the Information Technology Act, 2000, the SHO of a police station is competent to register FIR and commence the statutory investigation, and he will also be well within his powers to seek assistance from his superior police officials whether in the cyber crime cell or outside. As a rule of thumb to be remembered while trying to get a FIR registered, the complaint to the police should be filed with least amount of delay, and the FIR being a public document, it can be used in any other proceeding including before a consumer forum at any time later, and the top priority should be to file the complaint to the police station concerned. along with the written complaint you should also file documents relied upon by you. When you visit the police station, you should have a complete duplicate set of the complaint and the documents and on this copy you should take an acknowledgment by getting the Daily Diary (DD) number from the duty officer of the police station. I would also like to advice you to contact a competent lawyer and draft the complaint on his advice as the offence of cheating is defined under section 415, IPC, in a narrow and technical sense but the expression "cheating" is used much more broadly or liberally.
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Advocate Gopal
Answered on 28th Apr, 2018
You should submitted a written complaint of the commission of the cognizable offence of cheating to the local police station within which you made payments on the net. Under the Information Technology Act, 2000, the SHO of a police station is competent to register FIR and commence the statutory investigation, and he will also be well within his powers to seek assistance from his superior police officials whether in the cyber crime cell or outside. As a rule of thumb to be remembered while trying to get a FIR registered, the complaint to the police should be filed with least amount of delay, and the FIR being a public document, it can be used in any other proceeding including before a consumer forum at any time later, and the top priority should be to file the complaint to the police station concerned. along with the written complaint you should also file documents relied upon by you. When you visit the police station, you should have a complete duplicate set of the complaint and the documents and on this copy you should take an acknowledgment by getting the Daily Diary (DD) number from the duty officer of the police station. I would also like to advice you to contact a competent lawyer and draft the complaint on his advice as the offence of cheating is defined under section 415, IPC, in a narrow and technical sense but the expression "cheating" is used much more broadly or liberally.
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Advocate Gopal
Answered on 28th Apr, 2018
You should submitted a written complaint of the commission of the cognizable offence of cheating to the local police station within which you made payments on the net. Under the Information Technology Act, 2000, the SHO of a police station is competent to register FIR and commence the statutory investigation, and he will also be well within his powers to seek assistance from his superior police officials whether in the cyber crime cell or outside. As a rule of thumb to be remembered while trying to get a FIR registered, the complaint to the police should be filed with least amount of delay, and the FIR being a public document, it can be used in any other proceeding including before a consumer forum at any time later, and the top priority should be to file the complaint to the police station concerned. along with the written complaint you should also file documents relied upon by you. When you visit the police station, you should have a complete duplicate set of the complaint and the documents and on this copy you should take an acknowledgment by getting the Daily Diary (DD) number from the duty officer of the police station. I would also like to advice you to contact a competent lawyer and draft the complaint on his advice as the offence of cheating is defined under section 415, IPC, in a narrow and technical sense but the expression "cheating" is used much more broadly or liberally.
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