A case has been registered against Rahul from Gurugram, Kamal from Panchkula, Chintan from Ahmedabad and six others under various sections of the Indian Penal Code and the IT Act, police said.
He said that the accused had taken this premises on rent about a year ago, as it is far away from the urban area, so no one could have imagined that a fake call center was being run there.
According to the FIR lodged at Ambala Sadar police station, when the police raided the call centre, around 86 men and 34 women were found working there.
It has been told that most of the women workers were busy in talking to foreigners and luring them.
The police have also seized some mobile phones and laptops from their possession.
Police said most of the staff were speaking English and they were allegedly duping foreigners.
Police said that the employees were talking to people on the phone posing as representatives of the Amazon company and the law enforcement department.
He said the call center was duping US citizens with them using their Social Security numbers. On an average, about three to five thousand people are contacted by this call center every day.