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 Yes, you read correct, Cheating in the name of oxygen on social media happened with many people. At this time, the country is suffering from Corona. People are facing a lot of problems getting oxygen, injections and getting beds in the hospital. Governments seem to fail on this. There are now a lot of oxygen problems in hospitals. Many people are bringing their own oxygen cylinders.

In this bad time, people are asking for help on social media to get oxygen, injections and beds. And many have also come forward to help NGO people. Social media is proving to be very helpful.

But in the meantime, there are many people who are taking advantage of the strength of the people. And people are making money from other people in the name of giving oxygen. If you are also posting on social media for help with oxygen and injections or to buy them. Be careful. Many people are lying and making money from people. Journalist Pankaj Kumar shared a similar case of cheating involving oxygen cylinders and oxygen concentrators.

Careful! Cheating in the name of oxygen on social media

MrRajpal has a Facebook page named Oxygendelivery. It is written on this page that it is an oxygen concentrator agency and they say that they supply oxygen all over India. While sharing the contact number, he has written that it is a government agency and information has been given about the stock becoming full.

Pankaj Kumar talk about the Cheating

Pankaj Kumar, while sharing the screenshot, said that when this person with a Facebook page has been contacted for an oxygen cylinder, he talked about paying the money first after taking all the details and only after that the delivery was done.

To know more, we contacted the given number and asked them to give oxygen at a place in Delhi. On this, the person present in the call also told us that they supply oxygen throughout India and said that the money should be entered first, then the cylinder will be delivered to your address.

The person on the phone said that you have to register at a link. When he asked for the link, he refused to give the link and kept asking for the money first. We also said that take the money to the delivery place itself, that person did not agree to it either.

When they searched this company on Google, there was no mention of that company. Nor was there any address mentioned on Facebook. It is clear from this that this is a new method of cheating and the matter of giving oxygen is completely fake.

In such a situation, people need to be careful while searching for important things on social media. Otherwise, people can fall prey to such fraud.

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