Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr A Mumbai-resident supposedly spend $1.41 million (Rs 9.1 crore) on British e-commerce websites using a foreign travel card issued by the State Bank of India (SBI) with a pitiful spending limit of $200 (Rs 13,000) provoking the CBI to enlist a FIR today, authorities said. The SBI had documented a protestation with the CBI in such manner charging that its NRI Seawoods branch in Navi Mumbai had issued a Foreign Travel Cards for which the prepaid application is given by Yalamanchili Software Exports Ltd and database support resources are given by MPhasis, they said. “On February 28, 2017, the Chief Operating Officer of Yalamanchili Software Exports Ltd announced the episode to the bank,” the grumbling said. It went to the notice that balance in prepaid card system has been modified fraudulently for authorisation of three outside movement cards having a place with a solitary individual, it said. “The authorisations have mainly happened over e-commerce websites of four merchants and involve around 374 transactions amounting to $1.41 million. These transactions have happened over a period of three months — from November 8th, 2016 to February 12, 2017,” it said. The bank affirmed that card was issued by NRI Seawoods branch on November 7, 2016, on which two more cards were issued to the cardholder. “The cards were issued to one Sandeep Kumar Raghu Poojary for $200. From that point there was no heap or reload on the cards. Exchanges occurred likely to work out from November 8, 2016, on four dealer locales as web based business exchanges Neteller.Com, entropay, swiftvoucher and SKR Shrill.Com,” it said. The bank claimed that all merchant transactions came by means of Visa with Merchant nation code as Great Britain with the transaction and billing currency as USD. It is suspected that while exchanges occurred on the prepaid card system, the adjust seems to have been changed physically by means of the Oracle Database access and post-authorisation the settlement exchange and authorisation have been erased from the prepaid card system including the general record passage thus the accounting report produced on the prepaid card framework did not get any distinction, the bank has asserted. The CBI has booked Poojary and unidentified people under charges of criminal trick, conning, fraud, and infringement of the Information Technology Act.