Max Healthcare files complaint against fake website created for potential kidney sellers

Gurugram: In a recent incident of fraud, the Gurugram police have filed an FIR against an unknown suspect for allegedly creating a fake website of Max Healthcare and trying to trick people into soliciting kidney selling with fake advertisements in its name.

Max Healthcare has filed a police complaint against unknown people for creating a fake website in its name soliciting kidney sellers online.

The website also mentions the name of Dinesh Khullar, a doctor of the hospital, police on Friday said.

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According to a complaint filed by Hardik Gandhi on behalf of Max Healthcare Institute Limited, the hospital came to know about the fake website a few days ago.

The website, which solicits people to contact them if they want to sell a kidney, also shows up when searched on Google, the complaint read.

“Max Healthcare Limited is strictly against the black market and trafficking of human kidneys in any manner whatsoever and the present complaint is to unearth the accused persons who are under the garb of fake identity and fake website using the decades-long and hard-earned reputation and goodwill of the complainant,” read the complaint.

Following the complaint, an FIR was registered against unknown persons under Section 66-C of the IT Act at Cyber Crime, South, Police Station Thursday night, a senior police officer.

As per a recent media report in the HT, Preet Pal Sangwan, assistant commissioner of police (crime), said they have registered a case and teams have been formed to nab the suspects. “The fake website was created last month, and the suspects will be arrested soon.”

“We came to know about an online fraud being perpetrated in the name of Max Healthcare and a well-known clinician. We have brought this to the attention of the police and have requested them to investigate and apprehend the culprits,” said the spokesperson.

Medical Dialogues team had earlier reported that the Delhi police arrested a 38-year-old web designer for allegedly creating fake websites of Patanjali Yogpeeth and duping people on the pretext of providing services.

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