We all have heard about those matrimonial websites and its alluring match-making promises.
And that's why most of us don't even think twice before registering with these websites assuming they are safe and secure.
But to be on safer side staying alert while sharing your data on these sites is quintessential. Undoubtedly, these websites have proven helpful in many cases but sometimes bitter experience comes with the surprise.
Recently in Delhi, a man who posed himself as a pilot on matrimonial websites recently got caught at his marriage.
The wedding was happened to be in Delhi’s Vipul Garden, all of sudden a 26-year-old girl reached the sangeet and mehendi ceremony and told the bride's family that the groom, Vijay Kumar Yadav, is a fraud and had cheated her in the past.
She further added, she got to know about his marriage via WhatsApp where she, too, had received a WhatsApp invitation to the wedding.
A senior officer of the Delhi Police said in a statement that,
When she saw the location in the invite, she registered a court case and instantly filed a complaint against Kumar, soon after the wedding was called off!
The official further added,
This is not the first time that Ajay has cheated on a woman, two more women have already fallen into his trap before.
The accused used to create fake profiles on matchmaking sites posing as a pilot. Later, he would start taking money from the women. When Vijay was confronted with the proof, he threatened to kill himself, and when the family did not come into his threat, he told them he would defame all of them, said police.
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