Digitonics scam: FIA to launch crackdown across country
According to sources, FIA have received a green signal from Islamabad to conduct a crackdown against Olive digital, Salsoft, AB Tach, Legendesk and 16 other companies.
The Digitonics CEO Burhan Mirza has also confessed his crime and told FIA that 6 more companies were involved in this. He used to sell this customer’s data to those 20 companies.
SHOCKING: There are major evidences that these companies were working as cartel as they used to abduct and beat their own employees willing to switch jobs.
FIA to take down and shut this scam cartel in next 15 days under money laundering charges.
Earlier in January 2021, FIA conducted a crackdown on Digitonics, involved in International Scam and Money Laundering. Digitonics used to steal the data through illegal means by disguising themselves as Americans from international customers.
The Sales President of Digitonics, while giving his statement told that Digitonics used to get the customers’ ATM code numbers through illegal means. Whereas, it is the responsibility of banks to take the customer’s codes and protect them. Digitonics used 12 different bank accounts for fraudulent transactions.
Moreover, the Sales President also confessed that some sales agents used to commit illegal activities to increase sales as they were pressurized by CEO Burhan Mirza and others.
However, the witness also confessed that the agents used to debit money from the customers’ bank accounts and they used to return the debited money to the customers who identified the illegal activity.
The Digitonics CEO Burhan Mirza has also confessed his crime and told FIA that 20 more companies were involved in this. He used to sell this customer’s data to those 6 companies.
According to sources, FIA have received a green signal from Islamabad to conduct a crackdown against Olive digital, Salsoft, AB Tach, Legendesk and 16 more.
FIA has vowed to take down this scam cartel bringing bad reputation to Pakistan and will shut them down in next 15 days
There are major evidences that those companies were working as cartel as they used to abduct and beat workers willing to switch jobs, sometimes workers were also locked in the office for more than 48 hours and were not allowed to leave until they all make the scam calls including female employees. In one incidence, an employee was denied access to water for not meeting his sales target
Sources also claims that a request to put the names of owners and management of all 20 companies of cartel on ECL is also under consideration.