Delhi High Court Orders Social Media Platforms to Suspend Fraudulent Accounts Using Razorpay’s Name

Delhi High Court orders Facebook, WhatsApp, Telegram, and NPCI to suspend accounts misusing Razorpay's name for fraudulent activities.

  • Delhi High Court orders Facebook, WhatsApp, Telegram, and NPCI to suspend accounts misusing Razorpay’s name for fraudulent activities.
  • The court directs banks to freeze operations of accounts used by fraudsters and NPCI to disable UPI IDs involved in financial scams.
  • Razorpay had moved the court stating unknown individuals were using its name and trademark to lure people into fraudulent schemes.

The Delhi High Court has taken a strong stance against fraudulent activities by ordering social media platforms and financial institutions to suspend accounts misusing Razorpay’s name. The court’s directive comes after Razorpay filed a complaint stating that unknown individuals were using its name and trademark to lure people into financial scams.
The court’s order mandates Facebook, WhatsApp, Telegram, and NPCI to take immediate action against such accounts. Banks have been directed to freeze the operations of accounts used by fraudsters, while NPCI has been asked to disable UPI IDs involved in these financial scams. This move is expected to curb fraudulent activities and protect individuals from falling prey to such scams.
Razorpay’s move to approach the court highlights the company’s commitment to protecting its customers and preventing fraudulent activities. The court’s order sets a precedent for other companies to take similar action against fraudulent accounts misusing their names and trademarks.
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