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Indian embassy issues warning on fake agents
February 1, 2017, 11:37 am

Some unscrupulous agents are duping members of Indian community in Kuwait by extorting money from Indian nationals/students/professionals who have submitted their educational/professional certificates/degrees for attestation/verification through local authorities/Embassy of Kuwait in New Delhi.

Further, these agents faking as representatives of Embassy of Kuwait, New Delhi are asking those who contact them to deposit big amount of Indian Rupees to the under-mentioned bank account towards mandatory attestation fee charged by concerned Indian universities and Foreigners Regional Registration Office (FRRO) for verification by using a fake email ID:   The details of the fraudulent bank account are as below:

Account No    : 7860201005987

Account Name  : Mr. Laltanpuia

Name of the Bank  : Syndicate Bank

IFSC Code   : SYNB0007960

The Embassy of Kuwait, New Delhi has confirmed that they have not asked anyone to deposit money in any bank account for the above purpose and that the email ID does not belong to them.

In view of above, the Embassy advises Indian community members not to fall prey to the perpetrators of such frauds mentioned to above.

It is important to note that process of verification of educational/professional certificates does take time due to procedure/due diligence involved including response from the concerned educational institutions situated in various parts of India.

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