Manpreet Madan was trying to book a table at Shiv Sagar from the number she found listed online, which turned out to be fake.
Vellanki Simhadri was arrested for brutally murdering people by scamming them into believing he had supernatural powers and could double their wealth and cure chronic ailments.
The poster of naked women advertising an “unlimited sex” nude party in Goa that went viral on social media was actually just a hoax.
The extortion racket run by five women, which involved blackmailing politicians, businessmen and bureaucrats, used high-tech gear to secretly record victims.
The more marriages, the more free apartments.
The rickshaw driver quite literally took his passenger for a ride.
Known as ‘Billu Barber’, the man who helped the 32-year-old caught impersonating an 81-year-old at Delhi Airport, offered the service of altering appearances for a hefty sum.
I decided to find out whether Instagram poetry took real talent, or if the whole thing is a sham, by becoming the worst poet the internet has ever seen.
Ashwani Jhunjhunwala, a senior-level executive from one of the investment firm’s India branches, duped unsuspecting junior employees to transfer the company’s money within ten minutes.
I'm not proud, but it worked.
As the flood-stricken state scrambles to provide relief to the victims, fake news and misinformation are affecting the number of donations made by people.
But is anyone really buying them or is it all a scam?