E-Challan Scam Alert: Phishing scam is happening in the name of Vahan Parivahan, this is how to identify fake e-challan


If you also have a car, bike, scooter or any other vehicle and you go on the road with it, then this information is for you. You may be scammed in the name of e-challan, to avoid this you have to keep these things in mind. Otherwise, all your hard-earned money will be wasted.

E-Challan Scam Alert

We were already troubled by online scams but now even traffic rule violations could not escape scammers, every day scammers come up with a new way to scam. This case of traffic violation has come to light as a new way of scamming. Actually, a person has received an e-chalana message for breaking traffic rules, you will be shocked to know what opens up as soon as you click on this message. Know here what scam can happen even while driving on the road. How can you avoid this and how can you prevent yourself from getting harmed.

This is a new way of scam

As mentioned above, a person receives a challan message on his phone for violating the rules, a link was also given in that message. When the person clicked on the link, an app started downloading, with one click of yours, all your personal details and bank details reach the scammers. This scam was going on earlier as well but these days such cases have started coming to the fore. In such a situation, it is very important that you know how to click on the message and how the real challan message comes and how it does not.

Scammers design fake websites just like official websites, making it difficult to identify the official website. Fake websites that look like the original are designed only to steal your personal details.

Do these things to avoid it

Keep these things in mind so that you do not fall prey to such scams. The first thing is to avoid clicking on any message or link received from an unknown number.

If you get any such message, then before panicking or paying the challan, consult an official traffic police. Apart from this, you can also check by visiting the official website. If there is no challan in your name there, then understand that this is a scam.

Identifying a Government website

If you have even the slightest doubt about anyone or if someone asks you for money, you should immediately contact the police. You will definitely find the gov.in extension on any government website. If you have received a link to a website that does not have this extension, avoid clicking on it. Apart from this, do not share data on any website unless you know its authenticity.