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Hi-tech fraud

K.K. Mustafah

One of the Mobile Cartel Point of Sale outlets of Lockpole Technologies in Kochi. Businessmen in the State have lost money by paying for its distribution franchise. Police at the Ernakulam Central Station say Lockpole Technologies is a fictitious company and have arrested its Country Manager on cheating charges.

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