Pakistan Rangers Sindh on Friday claimed to have apprehended a gang from Gulshan-i-Iqbal area of Karachi, which was allegedly involved in cyber crimes and allegedly facilitated illegal supply of eight million euros and one million dollars.
“This network was involved in doing ATM fraud through internet, hacking of different bank accounts and making fake credit cards. So far they had transferred 8 million euros and 1 million US dollars from the banks all over the world,” read a statement released by Sindh Rangers.
Furthermore, the suspects were also planning to carry out another illegal transfer worth 7 million dollars.
The paramilitary force official claimed that four suspects identified as Mohammed Javed Khan, Salahuddin, Shahnawaz Husain Siddiqi and Syed Zulfiqar Ali Shah were detained, who were allegedly running a network to facilitate hackers.
The suspects were allegedly receiving huge money as commission through illegal transfer of money, he added.
"Suspects allegedly used magnetic strap RW machine to embezzle money with help of fake strap cards."
The Rangers claimed to have seized one 9mm pistol along with seven rounds, one magnetic strap RW machine and 120 magnetic strap cards from custody of the suspects.