matrimonyFraud in the name of matrimony

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There is this person with the name Ashraf Ali, who sends fake matrimony profiles to people who ever puts a matrimony ad in newspaper.
He gets e-mail addresses of people from the matrimony ads in newspaper and keeps on sending them fake matrimony profiles and asks to register with a sum of 1000 rupees.
He doesn't give his address to anyone, nor is the address mentioned on his visiting card.
He himself comes at home and takes the registration fee and after that he stops receiving calls or sending profiles.
He neither receives calls, nor replies to messages on the number or mails sent to the email addresses mentioned on the visiting card he gave.
Here are the email addresses he uses to trap people for registration and disappears after that:
[protected]@gmail.com
[protected]@gmail.com
[protected]@gmail.com
Please take an action against such fraud.

Thank you.

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