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Videocon files police complaint on fake websites

Videocon today said that it has registered a complaint with the Cyber Crime Cell of the Mumbai police, asking them to investigate into fake portals of the company created by unknown persons.

business Updated: Jul 07, 2010 20:26 IST

Videocon on Wednesday said that it has registered a complaint with the Cyber Crime Cell of the Mumbai police, asking them to investigate into fake portals of the company created by unknown persons.

"We have registered a case with the Mumbai police in April and the case is currently under investigation," Bharat Business Channel Limited (BBCL) Chief Executive Officer Anil Khera said.

BBCL is the Direct-To-Home business arm of Videocon.

The company also requested the police to block the fake websites (www.d2hvideocon.com, www.d2hadvertising.com and www.videocond2hdish.com), Khera said.

BBCL's official website, 'www.videocond2h.com', is used for communicating with customers with regard to the company's DTH services.