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Cyber ​​Crime Helpline: If you become a victim of online fraud, then the government will help in this way… know here what you will have to do

The Ministry of Home Affairs has prepared a website for complaints of cybercrime.

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To complain about online fraud, you have to go to the website created by the Ministry of Home Affairs. You can also open https://www.cybercrime.gov.in/ in your mobile browser.

Cyber ​​Crime Complaint Govt Site: In a world going digital, things have become easier. From education to jobs and from shopping to banking and payment… everything has become online. This online system (Online System) has made our life very easy. But the other side of this coin is also its risk factors. There are news of online fraud coming every day. Sometimes someone cheats money by pretending to be a bank worker, and sometimes by becoming a representative of a company. Sometimes online fraud in the name of any job (Online Fraud) sometimes in the midst of any lottery-watery or jackpot offer. Leave aside the illiterate people, many educated and official class people also cheated online.Cyber ​​Crime) become victims. In most of the cases nothing is achieved by the time of complaints. Then what is the solution?

The remedy is a website launched by the central government against cybercrime. Yes, the Ministry of Home Affairs has started a new website (https://www.cybercrime.gov.in/) for the people who are victims of online fraud. Here full help of common people is given. Let us know how you can take its help, how to file a complaint here, how to get your complaints resolved.

What is this initiative of the Ministry of Home Affairs?

The Ministry of Home Affairs has started this website for complaints of cybercrime on behalf of the government. This portal is for online reporting of cyber crime complaints, where help will be provided to the victims or complainants. This portal is only for complaints related to cyber crime and especially for complaints of cyber crimes against women and children.

The complaints registered on this portal are dealt with on the basis of information given by the concerned state police, state or central legal agencies. In such cases, it is necessary to provide accurate and accurate information while registering the complaint for speedy action. If the information is correct, it helps the investigating agencies to reach the criminal.

Website will open like this on mobile:

Cyber ​​Crime Complaint

Where and how can I complain?

To complain about online fraud, you have to go to the website created by the Ministry of Home Affairs. You can also open https://www.cybercrime.gov.in/ in your mobile browser.

  1. Here you will see the option of ‘Submit a complaint’.
  2. By clicking here, you will be taken to the complaint page.
  3. Here you will see two types of options. Women or child crimes and other cyber crimes.
  4. If you select and click on the correct option, a page for entering the information will open. Give the necessary information there.
  5. If you are making a complaint for the first time then you have to register your account.
  6. By giving the necessary information, you can create your login ID and then you will be able to register a complaint.

Login page will open like this

Cyber ​​Crime Ds

Can track complaint

You can also get information about the action taken after registering a complaint on this website. For this, you will have to go to the website again and choose the option of Track Your Complaint. By entering your complaint number here, you will be able to know what action has been taken by the police or the investigating agency so far on the complaint of cybercrime you have lodged.

Call immediately for money fraud

Cyber ​​Crime Helpline

If there has been any financial fraud with you online i.e. if there has been any fraud with you, then you can call the helpline number immediately. The government helpline number which used to be 155260 earlier has changed now. Now you have to dial 1930, which is a toll free number. Here you will be given as much help as possible immediately.

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(Note: All this information has been taken from the government site cybercrime.gov.in.)

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