Big Fraud with ‘who wants to be a millionaire’. Millions of pounds have been fraudulently dealt with the administration of the UK’s leading TV show ‘who Want to Be a Millionaire’.
According to a report published in the Daily Mail, the team of the city TV show Who wants to be a millionaire was cheated on by fraud gang.
According to the report, the administration has acknowledged that a gang was taking part of the proceeds to the guests by giving them answers to questions. So far, the gang has secured £ 5m.
The report said that this organized group had recruited its people into the show, who has accessed the documents and view the questions and answers prepared by the researchers.
Later, the gang exchange it for money, the answer was to share with audience.
Before attending the show, the candidates are asked some questions and the winning candidate sits on the hotspot. The gang also charged £ 500 for passing this stage.
After that, when the candidate sits on the hotspot, he would call the same gang of people in the Phone A Friend LifeLine and they would answer him questions.
The administration says that between 2002 and 2007, the show rewarded its guests £ 5m and the gang received at least 10% of it.
The tv show is believed to have been launched on British TV in 1998, after which many copies have been presented in languages worldwide.
In India too, the show of the same format was started under the name ‘Who Will Be Millionaire’ hosted by Amitabh Bachchan and once hosted by Shah Rukh Khan.
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